PUBLISHED AUDIO

(& VAUDIO) RECORDINGS

(in Chronological Order by Approximate Publication Date)

(updated in December, 2016ev)

- tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

 

 

001. "TESTES-3 Broadcast Tapes #s1-48"

- credited to: TESTES-3

- 90 minute cassette

- published by: Widemouth Tapes in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- Widemouth #8609

- edited by: tentatively, a convenience

- created in mid '79 & published in late '79?

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

002. "TESTES-3 Broadcast Tapes #s49-86"

- credited to: TESTES-3

- 90 minute cassette

- published by: Widemouth Tapes in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- Widemouth #8610

- edited by: tentatively, a convenience

- created in mid '79 & published in late '79?

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

003. "TESTES-3 Broadcast Tapes #s87-115"

- credited to: TESTES-3

- 90 minute cassette

- published by: Widemouth Tapes in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- Widemouth #8611

- edited by: tentatively, a convenience

- created in mid '79 & published in late '79?

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

004. "TESTES-3 Broadcast Tapes #s116-154"

- credited to: TESTES-3

- 90 minute cassette

- published by: Widemouth Tapes in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- Widemouth #8612

- edited by: tentatively, a convenience

- created in mid '79 & published in late '79?

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

005. "Usic - 1"

- credited to: tentatively, a convenience ktp

- 90 minute cassette

- home-tape in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- created from '76 to '80? & published in early '81?

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 50

 

006. "Thinking Too Much" & "The _____'s Connected to the _____"

- from: "Tinklers' Big Band at the Red Door Hall in Baltimore - October 19, 1980"

- [I feature as a guest usician of extremely minor importance]

- 7:49 selection in a 60 minute cassette

- from: "Tinklers' Sampler '81"

- published by: the Tinklers in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- created from '80 to '81? & published in '81?

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 25

 

007. "CRAB FEAST as show-biz recreational combo as part of telectropheremanniversary" (incorrectly titled as: "2usxboat")

- credited to: TENTATIVELY A CONVENIENCE [should be credited to "CRAB FEAST #3"]

- 3:15 excerpt in a 60 minute cassette

- from: "HARK (Hard As You Like)" compilation

- published by: VEC in Maastricht, Netherlands

- VEC 14

- edited by: Rod Summers

- created on January 24, '80 & published in October '82

- edition: 150

 

008. "It's not 9 O'clock!"

- credited to: (301)962-0210

- 90 minute cassette

- published by: Widemouth Tapes in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- Widemouth #8623

- edited by: tentatively, a convenience

- created in '80 & published in '82?

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

009. "Accumulation/Great Moments in Odd Ball Sports"

- credited to: tentatively, a convenience

- 90 minute cassette

- published by: Widemouth Tapes in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- Widemouth #8625

- created from '80 to '82? & published in '84?

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

010. "excerpt from: Side 2"

[this is where it gets complicated: I'm credited w/ having 2 selections on this: the 1st has its title given as "Accumulation" & the 2nd is called "Great Moments in OddBall Sports". While I have pieces w/ these titles {see the previous entry}, these ARE NOT what are presented here. In fact, the piece called "Accumulation" is actually a very short excerpt from my 47 minute piece called "Side 2" {see #17} & what's called "Great Moments in OddBall Sports" here is actually a crappy 'dark' electro-pop instrumental that's the type of electronic music that I'm mostly contempuous of. See also selection 106 for commentary re the CD version.]

- credited to: tentatively, a convenience

- short selection in a 90 minute cassette

- from: "SubGenius Filth Barrage #1: BAD DOKTORS & vile rants" compilation

- published by: The SubGenius Foundation in Dallas, Texas, USA

- edited by: Rev. Ivan Stang

- created from '83 to '84 & published in '84?

- probably an 'unlimited' edition size

 

011. "excerpts from: Compliments to Vesna"

- credited to: tentatively, a convenience

- 2:30 selection in a 90 minute cassette

- from: "Laughingstock" compilation

- published by: Widemouth Tapes in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- Widemouth #8624

- edited by: Patty Karl

- created from '83 to '84 & published in '84?

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

012. "excerpt from: booed usic @ t he telectropheremoanin'quinquennial"

[should be credited to "t he booed usicians"]

- 11:58 selection in a 90 minute cassette

- from "Mail Compendium" compilation

- published by: D.J. @ F.O.M.T. in Belfast, Northern Ireland

- edited by: D.J.

- created on January 24, '84 & published in '84?

- edition of 1?

 

013. "(fone sex)/booed usic (jer[k]s off) (extract)"

(with the obvious typo of "jers" instead of "jerks")

- credited to: tENTATIVELY,

[should be credited to "t he booed usicians"]

- 5:49 selection in the 2nd of 3 60 minute cassettes

- from "SMILE - Neoist Music Anthology" compilation

- published by: Monty Cantsin in Montréal, Canada

- edited by: Monty Cantsin

- created on January 24, '84 & published in '85

- unknown edition size

 

014. a. "excerpt from: booed usic @ t he telectroperemoanin'quinquennial"

- credited to: TENTATIVELY

[should be credited to "t he booed usicians"]

- :30 selection in mix on the "SMILE" side of a 30 minute cassette

b. "excerpt from: Accumulation"

- credited to: TENTATIVELY, A CONVENIENCE

- 1:57 selection in mix on the "SNARL" side of a 30 minute cassette

- both from "TRAX 1085 Neoist Ghosts" mix compilation

- published by: TRAX in Forte dei Marmi, Italy

- TRAX 1085

- edited by: Vittore Baroni

- a. created on January 24, '84 & b. created in '80 - published in September, '85

- edition of 6?

 

015. "dadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadada"

- credited to: tentatively, a convenience

- 90 minute cassette

- published by: démo tapes in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- K7A

- created in '75, '76, & '80 - published in '85?

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

016. "Sinnit-Nut Hollow Earth Symposium"

- 60 minute cassette

- published by: démo tapes in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- K7H

- created in '83 & published in '85?

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

017. "Side 1/Side 2"

- credited to: tentatively, a convenience

- 90 minute cassette

- published by: démo tapes in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- K7S

- created in late '79 & published in '85?

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 50

 

018. "booed usic at t he telectropheremoanin'quinquennial/booed usic at t he No Business As Usual Benefit"

- credited to: t he booed usicians

- 90 minute cassette

- published by: démo tapes in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- K7B

- created in '84 & '85 & published in '85?

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

019. "Before and After"

(possibly not my title?)

- credited to: Booed Usic

[should be credited to "t he booed usicians"]

- 2:12 selection in a 90 minute cassette

(my submission was cut in half by the editor(s) without my permission so that the text voice-over is incomplete)

- from: "Son of Madness!" compilation

- published by: Walls of Genius in Denver, Colorado, USA

- edited by: Walls of Genius

- created in '85 & '86? & published in '86

- edition of 70

 

020. a. "Abba's Tribute to TG."

- credited to: White Colors

[this could be credited to "White Colours" instead]

- 7:30 selection on "Side This" of a 90 minute cassette

b. "Monty Cantsin Psychoanalytic Encounter Group w/ Charles Boyd (MD.)"

- 27:47 selection on "Side That" of a 90 minute cassette

c. "Closing Remarks"

(credited with typo of "Tentitively, a Convienience" instead of "tentatively, a convenience")

- :07 selection on "Side That" of a 90 minute cassette

- from: "NEOISM: SMILE: THE EGGS IN THE GAUNTLET - ULTERIORISM..........."

{a variation on this tape exists entitled: "Monty Cantsin/White Colors Volume I: "Akademgorod" to "Ulteriorism""}

- published by: Applied Pornography Institute in Waterville, Maine, USA

- edited by: Dr. Charles Boyd

- created in '85 &/or '86? & published in '86?

- unlimited edition unlikely to exceed 25


021. "PAUSE FOR (Radio Play Only)"

a. "Excerpt 4"

- credited to: Tentatively, A Convenience

- :40 selection on the 2nd side of a 60 minute cassette

b. "Excerpt from the clandestine recording of the premier"

- credited to: Tentatively, A Convenience

- 1:41 selection on the 2nd side of a 60 minute cassette

- from "In Another Context" compilation

- published by: banned Production in Los Angeles, California, USA

- edited by: AMK

- created in early '83 & published in '86?

- unknown edition size

 

022. "Our Time was Worth 25 cents an Hour"

- credited to: BOOED USIC

[should be credited to "t he booed usicians"]

- 4:04 selection in a 90 minute cassette

- from: "N D 7" compilation

- published by: ND Magazine in Austin, Texas, USA

- edited by: Daniel Plunkett

- created on Mozart's 200th birthday in January of '86 & published in September '86

- unknown edition size

 

023. "Quality Pie"

(uses an excerpt from: "Neoist Funeral March for Hope(less) - side 1" as backing track)

- "music" credited to: tentatively, a convenience

- 7:07 selection in a 60 minute cassette

- from: "I'm Normal!! Musicmaster at the 6 Fingers Club"

- published by: 6 Fingers Club in San Antonio, Texas, USA

- edited by: Nunzio James Cobb

- created in the summer of '86 & published in November '86

- unknown edition size

 

024. "6 Fingers Crossed Country T.Ore/Tour"

- credited to: tentatively, a convenience & t he booed usicians

- 90 minute cassette

- published by: démo tapes in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- distributed by: Calypso Now in Biel, Switzerland

- K7C

- created in '86 & published in late '86?

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 150

 

025. "6 Fingers Crossed Country T.Ore/Tour - deluxe edition"

- credited to: tentatively, a convenience & t he booed usicians

- 90 minute cassette

- published by: démo tapes in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- K7C

- created in '86 & published in late '86?

- limited edition with shirt: approximately 20

- unlimited edition without shirt not likely to exceed 75

 

026. "10 YRS IN 10(T)S"

- credited to: tentatively, a convenience

- 90 minute cassette

- published by: démo tapes in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- distributed by: Calypso Now in Biel, Switzerland

- K7T

- created from '76 to '86 & published in late '86?

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

027. "Introduction & Excerpt from Conductor Loop"

- credited to: Ten[t]atively, A Convenience

(obviously with a missing "t" typo)

- 1:55 selection on the "TUBA" side of a 60 minute cassette

- from: "Audio Digest #4" compilation

- published by: Cassette Mythos in Olympia, Washington, USA

- edited by: Robin James

- created in '85 & '87 & published in '87

- unknown edition size

 

028. "Sound Thinking: Phase II: Program Notes - Version II"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY a cONVENIENCE

- 5:07 selection in a 60 minute cassette

- from: "Level 10" compilation

- published by Level in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA

- created in '86 & published in '87

- edition: 105?

 

029. "Too Much Like Music"

- credited to: tentatively, a convenience

- 60 minute cassette

- home-tape in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- created from '85 to '87 & published in '87?

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 50

 

030. "Quadruple Speed"

- credited to: tentatively, a convenience

- 90 minute cassette

- home-tape in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- created from '85 to '87 & published in '87?

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 50

 

031. a. "excerpt from: Select Sustain Prepared Piano Improvisation - at double speed & 1 octave higher"

- credited to: tENT

- :34 selection from the "Cage is 75" side of a 60 minute cassette

b. "the beginning of: Pentatonic Scale Sustained Piano Improvisation - at double speed & 1 octave higher"

- credited to: tentaTIVELY

- 9:44 selection from "Sept 5 87" side of a 60 minute cassette

- from: "Cage is 75 / Sept 5 87" homage to John Cage

- assembled by: S'POOL in Boston, Massachusetts, USA

- created in '85 & published in '87

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 10

 

032. "It's Not As Easy As You Might Think To Be A Pseudo-Virtuoso (#2)"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY a cONVENIENCE

- 8:20 selection in a 46 minute cassette

- from: "Audio Anxiety & Other Headaches" compilation

- published by: Phonostatic in Iowa City, Iowa, USA

- Phonostatic No. 7

- edited by: Lloyd Dunn

- created in '85 & ? & published in October '87

- unknown edition size

 

033. "Generic As-Beenism"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- side 2 of a 60 minute cassette

- from: "Ultimatum II"

- published by: démo tapes in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- K7U

- created in '87 & published in late '87

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

034. "Sound Thinking: Phase II: Program Notes - Version V"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY a cONVENIENCE

- 4:34 selection in a 90 minute cassette

- from: "Foist II" compilation

- published by: Foist in Rochester, New York, USA

- created in '86 & published in '88

- unknown edition size

 

035. "Concrete Mixing"

- credited to: Karen Eliot, Karen Eliot, & Karen Eliot

- 90 minute cassette

- published by démo tapes in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- K7E

- created in late '88 & published in '88?

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

036. a. "broadcast tape #3 "Simulated Intro""

- credited to: TESTES-3/mt

- :47 selection in a 90 minute cassette

b. "broadcast tape #89 "Library K&M 0315- 0335 (2nd attempt)""

- credited to: TESTES-3/mt

- 2:59 selection in a 90 minute cassette

c. "broadcast tape #132 "Testes-3 has Great Potential & is every1 ktp""

- credited to: TESTES-3/mt

- 2:03 selection in a 90 minute cassette

d. "The Stain Stained by its Responses"

- credited to: Some Queer & tentatively, a convenience

- 2:17 selection in a 90 minute cassette

e. "excerpt from the 1st of 2 permutated mundane dialogues"

- credited to: tentatively, a convenience

- 2:12 selection in a 90 minute cassette

- from: "Widemouth Sampler"

- published by: démo tapes in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- K7D

- edited by: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- a., b., & c. created in '79; d. created in '80; e. created in '82 - published in '89?

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

037. "Hearing Double in Lacquerland"

- credited to: Mikey, Herr Brain, Sumu Pretzler

- 60 minute cassette

- published by: démo tapes in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- K7L

- created in '79 & '83 & published in '89?

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

038. "November 21, '87 to April 16, '89 - as edited by tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE"

- credited to: Something That Dissolved the Shadow of Something That Was Next to Something That Burned Twice; Volunteers Collective I; vex/booed usicians; & temporary neoists

- 90 minute cassette

- published by démo tapes in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- K7G

- created between the dates listed in the title & published in '89

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

039. "November 21, '87 to April 16, '89 - as edited by John Berndt"

{similar to #35 (above) with the selections that I'm involved with being credited to: Something That Dissolved the Shadow of Something That Was Next to Something That Burned Twice, Once; Karen Eliot, Karen Eliot, & Karen Eliot; & Volunteers Collective I}

- 90 minute cassette

- published by démo tapes in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- K7G

- created between the dates listed in the title & published in '89

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

040. " Generic As-Beenism: Part II:

Bird-Brain-Ism"

- probably credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

[when I tried to look at this tape 13 years after its release, it was so deteriorated that it was basically unplayable - probably because of cheap tape - as such, certain details are unclear to me - THE EDITORS TOOK THE LIBERTY OF CUTTING THIS DOWN FROM ITS ORIGINAL 9:20 IN A WAY THAT BASICALLY RUINED IT FOR ME - FURTHERMORE, THEIR DUMPING IT FROM 1/2" VHS TO 3/4" & THEN BACK AGAIN LOWERED THE FIDELITY DRASTICALLY - I HATE THE RESULT]

- approximately 3:40 selection in a 60 minute video cassette

- on: "VIDEOSTATIC 1989" compilation

- published by: PhotoStatic Magazine in Iowa City, Iowa, USA

- edited by: John Heck & Lloyd Dunn

- created in '87 & published in the summer of '89

- unknown edition size

 

041. "You have a lot of artistic talent"

- credited to: Lobby World Fellonship Philosopher's Union [should be credited to "Cobbley World Fellowship / Philosopher's Union"]

- 3:45 selection in a 60 minute cassette

- from: "Il Peggior Pezzo Di Musica E' Proprio Il Peggiore?" compilation

- published by: Teatrino Della Volpe in Treviso, Italy

- created in '89 & published in '89

- unknown edition size

 

042. "2nd Meeting of the Cobbley World Fellowship"

- credited to: the Cobbley World Fellowship

- 60 minute cassette

- packaging includes badge

- published by: démo tapes in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- K7F

- created in '89 & published in '89

- unlimited edition size not likely to exceed 206

 

043. "Tone Fones Duet"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE and Friend (the friend being: Laura A. Trussell)

- 2:11 selection in a 60 minute cassette

- from: "Scrap(e)" compilation

- published by: Plutønium Press in Phoenix, Arizona, USA

- ISSN 1040-9955

- edited by: Chris Winkler

- created in '87 & published in '89?

- unknown edition size

 

044. "Speed Freak"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 100 minute cassette

- published by: démo tapes in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- K7K

- created in '89 & published in '89?

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 150

 

045. "Vaudio"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 2 hour video cassette

- published by: Widémouth Tapes in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- created from '80 to '89 & published in '90

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

046. "the Official, May 5th, 1990ev, 31st St. Between Greenmount & Barclay Block Party Combo"

(credited to the above)

- 90 minute cassette

- published by: démo tapes in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- K7O

- edited by: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- created slightly prior to & on the date of the title & published in '90

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

047. "the Official, Saturday, June 23, 1990ev, Patapsco Park, McKeldin Area, Paul & Cindy's Wedding Trio"

(credited to the above)

- 90 minute cassette

- published by: démo tapes in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- K7J

- edited by: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- created slightly prior to & on the date of the title & published in '90

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

048. "the Official, July 10th & 11th, 1990ev, Punch Night at the B uHouse Trio"

(credited to the above)

- 90 minute cassette

- published by: démo tapes in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- K7J

- edited by: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- created on the date(s) of the title & published in '90

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

049. "Dec. 14, '87"

- credited to: Something That Dissolved the Shadow of Something That Was Next to Something That Burned Twice

- :44 selection in a 90 minute cassette

- from: "Lost and Found Times #26" compilation

- published by: Luna Bisonte Prods in Columbus, Ohio, USA

- edited by: Byron Smith & John M. Bennett

- created on the date of the title & published in July '90

- unknown edition size

 

050. "88.1 (WMUC) -> 88.1 (WJHU)" (uncredited)

- 23:08 selection on side "NB" of 4 60 minute cassettes

- from: "NSHR pak" radio document

- published by: S'Pool in Portland, Maine, USA

- created in '83 or '84 & published in '90

- unknown edition size

 

051. a. "The Following Recording"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 1:13 selection in a 90 minute cassette

b.,c.,d.,e.,f.,g.,h.,i.,j.,k. "an intermediate simultaneity preposition: Transmission Linkage For Changing Gears"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 10 approximately :15 to :20 selections in a 90 minute cassette

l. "Western Electric"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 1:10 selection in a 90 minute cassette

- from: "Jacksonian March - An Anthology of Invisible Local(e)s" compilation

- published by: Dialectical Immaterialism Press in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- edited by: John Berndt

- a. & l. created in '89; b. thru k. conceived of sometime between '77 & '82 & realized by John Berndt in '89 - published in '90 (although the tape has printed "1989" on its label)

- unlimited edition size not likely to exceed 150?

 

052. "Volunteers Collective II"?

(presumably credited to the above or to tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE)

- unknown length cassette

- from: "Variant 2" (or some such) compilation

- published by: Variant Magazine in Glasgow, Scotland

- edited by: Billy Clark &/or Malcolm Dickson

- created June 11, '89 & published sometime in '90?

- unknown edition size

{the above unknowns are due to my having never received a copy &/or seen &/or heard 1}

 

053. "Anything is Anything"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY

- 3:20 selection in the 2nd of 2 60 minute cassettes

- from the "Kitchen & Basement Recordings from Neoist Conspirators 1978-89" side of the "Fuck Neoism?! Now!" cassette of the "The Neoist Conspiracy" compilation

- published by: Old Europa Café in Pordenone, Italy

- edited by: Monty Cantsin

- credited as having been created in '80 & published in '89 or later

- unknown edition size

{I never knew about this until I saw a copy in Budapest in '97 & I don't remember making "my contribution" to it}

 

054. "the Official, Sunday, August 26th, 1990ev, Ringing Rocks Ensemble / the Official, Oh, You Know the 1 I Mean, Sound of Pig Warmed-Up Band"

(credited to the above)

- 90 minute cassette

- published by: Sound of Pig in Brooklyn, New York, USA

- SOP 296

- created on August 26 & September 12, '90 & published in '90?

 

055. "Official Business - 6 Months of +/- 37 Public CAMUs"

(credited to various incarnations of the "Official" Project)

- 90 minute cassette

- published by: démo tapes in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- K7V

- edited by: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- created from May 5th to October 25th '90 & published in late '90

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

056. "Busking at the Murraygate Mall in Dundee, Scotland"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, A cONV[E]NIENCE

(with the obvious typo of "cONVNIENCE" instead of "cONVENIENCE")

- 4:50 selection in a 75 minute cassette

- from: "From the Pages of Experimental Musical Instruments, Volume VI" compilation

- published by: Experimental Musical Instruments in Nicasio, California, USA

- edited by: Bart Hopkin

- created on August 13, '88 & published in mid '91

- unknown edition size

 

057. "t he Poop & Pee Dog Copyright Violation Ceremony Trial"

- credited to: tentatively, a convenience / Michael Frederick Tolson & Reverend Mark Harp

- 10:00 selection in a 90 minute cassette

- from: "t he Inner Scoop of t he Poop & Pee Dog Copyright Violation Ceremony" compilation

- published by: démo tapes in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- K7P

- edited by: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- created in '83 & '84 but probably not published until around '91

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

058. "Mytho Gossip"

- credited to: Relevant

[should be credited to "the Official That Time of the Month Sound Choice Sounders"]

- 2:10 selection in a 60 minute cassette

- from: "Scrape 2" compilation

- published by: Plutønium Press in Phoenix, Arizona, USA

- edited by: Chris Winkler

- created on November 2, '90 & published in '91

- unknown edition size

 

059. "the Official August 23rd, 1991E.V. Bughouse Apex Roto Zither Auxillary"

(credited to the above)

- 90 minute cassette

- published by: démo tapes in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- K7Z

- created on the titled date & published in '91

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

060. "Official Tweedle Dum-Dee-Dee-Dum"

(credited to various incarnations of the "Official" Project)

- 90 minute cassette

- published by: démo tapes in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- K7H

- edited by: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- created from June 2 to July 27, '91 & published in'91

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 150

 

061. "Easter Island Booed Usic"

[This should've been called: "Easter Island Bunny booed usic - Excerpt"]

- credited to: Alternatively, a Convenience

[This should've been credited to either:

tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE or to:

t he booed usicians - I guess the editor

thought he was being 'funny']

- 3:09 selection in a 2 hour video cassette

- on: ND Video Issue 11

- published by ND in Austin, Texas, USA

- edited by: Dan Plunkett

- created in '87 & published in September '91

- unknown edition size

 

062. "the Official October 18th, 1991E.V. Vermin Supreme for Mayor Sound Assault Committee / the Official October 20th, 1991E.V. Vermin Supreme Campaign Managers"

(credited to the above)

- 90 minute cassette

- published by: démo tapes in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- K7R

- created on the titled dates & published in '91

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

063. "the Official, October 28th, 1991E.V. Pixilatin' Deadly Drolls"

(credited to the above)

- 4:15 selection in a 2 hour video cassette

- from: "'Patanational PXL-2000 Movie Festival Compilation"

- published by: Widémouth Tapes in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- edited by: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- created on the titled date & published in '91?

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

064. "Drying Clothes Made Entirely From Zippers (partial cycle)"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- a. 6:05 selection on the 60 minute cassette release

b. 17:46 selection on the 73 minute CD release

- from: "The Cassette Mythos Audio Alchemy CD/K7" compilation

- published by: the Nonsequitur Foundation's "¿WHAT NEXT? RECORDS" in Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA

- edited by: Ean White

- created on September 4, '89 & published in late '91 or early '92

- unknown edition size

 

065. ""Atavistic Electronics" & other "Official" Tour/Ture(s)"

(credited to various incarnations of the "Official" Project)

- 90 minute cassette

- published by: Widémouth Tapes in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- Tape #1

- edited by: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- created from August 4 to September 5, '92 & published in '92

- unlimited edition size not likely to exceed 100

 

066. "Volunteers Collective I - VII"

(credited to the above)

- 90 minute cassette

- published by: démo tapes in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- K7M

- edited by: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- created from April 16, '89 to November 8, '92 & published in December '92

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

067. ""Official" Thistory"

(credited to various incarnations of the "Official" Project)

- 2 hour video cassette

- published by: Widémouth Tapes in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

- edited by: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- created from June 23, '90 to November 2, '92 & published in late '92 or early '93

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

068. "The Official Wafer Face Record"

(credited to various incarnations of the "Official" Project)

- 45:05 12" record

- published by: wafer face records in Portland, Maine, USA

- WAFER 3

- created from July 28, '91 to April 29, '92 & published in early '93

- edition of 1,100

 

069. a. "Boota"

- credited to: tENT, etc!

- 5:27 selection in a 90 minute cassette

b. "Quiet Village - In C (sort of)"

- 4:35 selection in a 90 minute cassette

c. "Taboo - Geezer Whistling"

- 2:56 selection in a 90 minute cassette

d. "Quiet Village"

- credited to: Ersatz Primitives

- 5:14 selection in a 90 minute cassette

- overall credit to: Klauhütte Bangzeit 200

- from: "KBZ 200 "Live" in München: May 1994"

- dubbed for you irritainment by the Funny Farm(s) in Markdale, Canada & Berlin, Germany

- edited by: Gordon Monahan & Laura Kikauka

- created on May 27 - 28, '94 & assembled for dubbing in July '94

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 200

 

070. "Usic minus the square root of -1 = A Plethora of No Longer Neglected Audio/Conceptual Obstacle Courses"

- credited to tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE - w/ the collaboration of Jeanine Farrall, Brian Wolle, Colin Hinz, Ron Cummings, Neil Feather, Jake T. Unclean, Laura A. Trueseal, Mark Harp, VEX, & Claudia Strelocke, etc..

- 53:03 + 4 loop grooves 12" record

- published by: wafer face records in Portland, Maine, USA

- WAFER 8

- a selection from '76 to '94

- edition of 830

 

071. a."dadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadadada"

- credited to: tentatively, a convenience

- 1:23 selection in a 90 minute cassette

b. "booed usic at t he telectropheremoanin'quinquennial"

- credited to: t he booed usicians

- 2:39 selection in a 90 minute cassette

c. "6 Fingers Crossed Country T.Ore/Tour"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE &

t he booed usicians

- 10:48 selection in a 90 minute cassette

d. "6 Fingers Crossed Country T.Ore/Tour (deluxe version)"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE &

t he booed usicians

- 3:30 selection in a 90 minute cassette

e. "Concrete Mixing"

- credited to: Karen Eliot

- 2:26 selection in a 90 minute cassette

f. "2nd Meeting of the Cobbley World Fellowship"

- credited to: The Cobbley World Fellowship

- 1:00 selection in a 90 minute cassette

g. "November 21, '87 to April 16, '89 - as edited by tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE"

- credited to: Something That Dissolved the Shadow of Something That Was Next to Something That Burned Twice

- 4:20 selection in a 90 minute cassette

h. "Sinnit-Nut Hollow Earth Symposium"

- credited to: Hollow Earth Researchers

- 2:30 selection in a 90 minute cassette

i. "Official Tweedle Dum-Dee-Dee-Dum"

- credited to: the "Official" "Big Band/Chamber Orchestra"

- 3:36 selection in a 90 minute cassette

j. "Official June 23, 1990ev, Patapsco Park, McKeldin Area, Paul & Cindy's Wedding Trio"

- credited to: (same as title)

- 2:45 selection in a 90 minute cassette

k. "Official July 10, 1990ev, Punch Night at the B Uhouse Trio"

- credited to: (same as title)

- 3:01 selection in a 90 minute cassette

l. "Speed Freak"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 1:45 selection in a 90 minute cassette

m. "Volunteers Collective #s I - VII"

- credited to: Volunteers Collective IV

- 3:01 selection in a 90 minute cassette

n. "Official May 5th, 1990(ev), 31st St. Between Barclay & Greenmount Block Party Combo"

- credited to: (same as title)

- 4:18 selection in a 90 minute cassette

o. "the Official October 20th,1991E.V. Vermin Supreme Campaign Managers"

- credited to: (same as title)

- 4:04 selection in a 90 minute cassette

p. "Side 1"

- credited to: tentatively, a convenience

- 3:00 selection in a 90 minute cassette

q. "10 YRS IN 10(T)'S"

- credited to: tentatively, a convenience

- 1:08 selection in a 90 minute cassette

r. "Official Business - 6 Months of +/- 37 Public CAMUs"

- credited to: the Official, Sunday, August 26th, 1990ev, (12:30 - 1:15PM) Ringing Rocks Ensemble

- 1:20 selection in a 90 minute cassette

s. "the Official August 23rd, 1991E.V. Bughouse Apex Roto Zither Auxillary"

- credited to: (same as title)

- 4:48 selection in a 90 minute cassette

- from: "démo tapes sampler"

- published by: Widémouth Tapes in Baltimore, Maryland (& Buffalo, New York), USA

- tape #2

- edited by: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- a. created in '76; b. & h. created in '84; c. & d. created in '86; e. created in '88; f. & l. created in '89; g. created in '87; i., o., & s. created in '91; j., k., n., & r. created in '90; m. created in '92; p. created in '79; q. created in '83

- published in '95

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

072. a. "VC IX"

- credited to: (same as title)

- 2:25 selection in a 90 minute cassette

b. "VC X"

- credited to: (same as title)

- 8:00 selection in a 90 minute cassette

c. "VC XII"

- credited to: (same as title)

- 3:36 selection in a 90 minute cassette

d. "VC XIII"

- credited to: (same as title)

- 1:35 selection in a 90 minute cassette

e. "VC XIV"

- credited to: (same as title)

- 2:07 selection in a 90 minute cassette

f. "VC XV"

- credited to: (same as title)

- 5:05 selection in a 90 minute cassette

g. "VC XVI"

- credited to: (same as title)

- 4:15 selection in a 90 minute cassette

h. "VC XVII"

- credited to: (same as title)

- 10:30 selection in a 90 minute cassette

i. "VC XI"

- credited to: (same as title)

- 30:15 + 14:36 selection(s) in a 90 minute cassette

- from: "Volunteers Collective VIII - XVII - Vengeful Clowns"

- published by: Widémouth Tapes in Baltimore, Maryland (& Buffalo, New York), USA

- tape #3

- edited by: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- created in '93 & published in '95

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

073. "MELODY #5 (for MUSICWORKS) - Note #1"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- :01 selection on a 65:59 minute CD & cassette

(due to communications confusion, a different second than I'd intended was put on!)

- from: "MUSICWORKS 63" magazine

- published by: MUSICWORKS in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

- edited by: Gayle Young

- d composed February '91, revised February '95 & published in late '95

- initial edition of 1,000 for the CD & 100 for the cassette

 

074. "Quickie"

- credited to: tENTITIVELY, a cONVIENIENCE (with the obvious typos/miss-spellings of "tENTITIVELY" instead of "tENTATIVELY" & "cONVIENIENCE" instead of "cONVENIENCE")

- 7:00 selection in a 90 minute cassette

- from: "Schematic" compilation

- published by: Pointless Music in Kent, Ohio, USA

- edited by: Mike Hovancsek

- created in early '95 & published in late '95

- unknown edition size

 

075. "Volunteers Collective XVIII - XXII - V shall C"

- credited to: Volunteers Collective XVIII - XXII

- 90 minute cassette

- published by: Widémouth Tapes in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- Tape #4

- edited by: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- created from January 15 to September 11, '95 & published in March '96

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

076. "A Year & a Day @ the Funny Farm Bogus Piano Concerto in 2 Rapid Bowel Movements"

- credited to: John Henry Nyenhuis & tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 45 minute cassette

- published by: Widémouth Tapes in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- Tape #5

- created from July 24 to September 8, '95 & published in March '96

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 300

 

077. "MELODY #5 (for MUSICWORKS) (revised) - Note #2"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- :01 selection on a 69:41 minute CD & cassette

(the revision constitutes a correction of the mistake listed in entry #67)

- from: "MUSICWORKS 64" magazine

- published by: MUSICWORKS in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

- edited by: Gayle Young

- d composed February '91, revised February '95 & November '95 & published in early '96

- initial edition of 1,500 for the CD & 50 for the cassette

 

078. "MELODY #5 (for MUSICWORKS) (revised) - Note #3"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- :01 selection on CD & cassette

(the revision constitutes a correction of the mistake listed in entry #67)

- from: "MUSICWORKS 65" magazine

- published by: MUSICWORKS in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

- edited by: Gayle Young

- d composed February '91, revised February '95 & November '95 & published in summer '96

- initial edition of 1,500 for the CD & 50 for the cassette?

 

079. "Guitar Running Thru It Like A Rotten Thread"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE & 19 Friends

- 110 minute cassette

- published by: Widémouth Tapes in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- Tape #8

- created from '87 to '96 & published in February '97

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

080. "Volunteers Collective XXIII - XXX"

- credited to: Volunteers Collective XXIII - XXX

- 90 minute cassette

- published by: Widémouth Tapes in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- Tape #10

- edited by: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- created from October 9, '95 to March 4, '97 & published in March '97

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100


081. "MELODY #5 (for Abbey) - Note #3"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- :01 selection on a 78 minute CD

- from: "Links Outta Here" compilation

- published by: GENERATOR SOUND ARCHIVE in New York City, New York, USA

- edited by: Gen Ken Montgomery

- d composed February '91, revised February '95, November '95, & early '97& published in May '97

- limited edition of 1,000

 

082. "Excerpt from "THE OFFICIAL, NOVEMBER 2nd, 1992e.v. LAST MAN ON EARTH" SESSION"

- credited to: TENTATIVELY, a CONVENIENCE

- 4:47 selection in a 50 minute cassette

- from: "From the Pages of Experimental Musical Instruments, Volume XII" compilation

- published by: Experimental Musical Instruments in Nicasio, California, USA

- edited by: Bart Hopkin

- created on November 2, '92 & published in mid '97

- unknown edition size

 

083. "Volunteers Collective @ the Anonymous Family Reunion"

- credited to: various combinations of 13 anonymice

- 45 minute cassette

- published by: Widémouth Tapes in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- Tape #13

- created August '97 & published in October '97

- initial edition of 200 (not likely to be exceeded)

 

084. "Anonymous Family Reunion"

- credited to: various anonymouses

- 30 minute video cassette (& 132pp book)

- published by: Widémouth Tapes in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- created August '97 & published in the fall of '97?

- initial edition of 100 (not likely to be exceeded)

 

085. "Triple-S Variety 'Show' - Volume 1"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE (w/ samples from Claudia Strelocke & Neil Feather)

- 100 minute cassette

- published by: Widémouth Tapes in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- Tape #11

- created from August '94 to February 14, '95 & published in March '98

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

086. "Magyar Akcio"

- credited to: Phÿcus (w/ TENTATIVELY, A CONVENIENCE on 3 of the 5 selections)

- 49 minute cassette

- published by: MUSICUS PHÿCUS

- MPCS 981

- edited by: Brian Damage

- recorded in Hungary in the 1st 2 weeks of July '97

- unknown edition size

 

087. "A Year of Sundays"

- credited to: Volunteers Collective

- 74 minute cassette

- published by: Widémouth Tapes in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- Tape #18

- edited by: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- created from March 30, '97 to March '98 & published in March '98

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

088. "MELODY #5 (for RRR) - Note #4"

- credited to: TENTATIVELY A CONVENIENCE

- :01/ indeterminate length selection on a lock grooves LP

- from: "Various 500 Lock-Grooves by 500 Artists" compilation

- published by: RRR in Lowell, Massachusetts, USA

- edited by: Ron Lessard

- d composed February '91, revised February '95, November '95, & fall '97& published in September '98

- unknown edition size

 

089. "Livid @ the Schmaltzwald"

- credited to: Party Teen on a Couch #2 & Sir Henry the Organ Slayer

- 120 minute cassette

- published by: Widémouth Tapes in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- Tape #14

- recorded in Berlin July 25 to July 26, '97 & published in November '98

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

090. "Lost in Translation"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE w/ Ben Opie

- 110 minute cassette

- published by: Widémouth Tapes in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- Tape #16

- created mainly in early '97 & published in November '98

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

091. "Speech Defect Synthesis Kit"

- credited to:'Patanational Homonymphonemiacs

- 90 minute cassette

- published by: Widémouth Tapes in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- Tape #17

- created from August '94 to November '97 & published in November '98

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

092. "2 Duets"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE & Neil Feather (The "Official", February 7th, 1992E.V., Symphony Orchestra) + tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE & David Prentice

- 90 minute cassette

- published by: Widémouth Tapes in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- Tape #19

- recorded February 7, '92 & February 24, '95 & published in December '98

- published in 2 slightly different packagings in editions of 50 each = 100

 

093. "Mood Elevator Uzak for that Exhausting One Hour Work Week of the Near Future (& Variations)"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 60 minute cassette

- published by: Widémouth Tapes in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- Tape #15

- recorded September 4, '95 & published in December '98

- published in 2 slightly different packagings in editions of 50 each = 100

 

094. "Triple-S Variety 'Show' - Volume 2"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE (w/ samples from David Prentice, Claudia Strelocke, Neil Feather, Julia Dzwonkoski, Rupert the DOG, CCMC, & Ben Opie)

- 90 minute cassette

- published by: Widémouth Tapes in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- Tape #12

- created from February '95 to July '96 & published in December '98

- published in 4 slightly different packagings in editions of 25 each = 100

 

095. "broken whirred - volume 1 (of 2) - 1969-1989"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 70:35 minute CD-R

- published by: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- published no earlier than March '99

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 50

 

096. "broken whirred - volume 2 (of 2) - 1990-1998"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 63:41 minute CD-R

- published by: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- published no earlier than March '99

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 50

 

097. "Interspatiality"

- credited to: Michael Pestel & tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 68:27 CD-R

- published by: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- created in March '97 & published no earlier than March '99

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 20

 

098. "Low Classical Usic"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE; The 'Official' Krononautic Protectors of Media Executives & Their Families Orgestra; John Henry Nyenhuis; Volunteers Collectives XXII & XXV; & Selecta

- 74 minute CD-R

- published by: the Street Rat Liberation Front in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- as part of Street Rat magazine #1

- created from July '91 to March '96 & published in June '99

- 1st limited edition of 20

- 2nd limited edition of 50

- 3rd limited edition of 30 published independently of the Street Rat

 

099. "RATical RATio - pRAT 1"

- credited to: the Street Rat Liberation Front; Linda P. & Chuck U.; tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE; Ron Cummings; Tim Clifford; Owen O'Toole; The 'Official', August 7th, 1992E.V., CKUT, Late Night Atrocity Exhibition Barkers; t he booed usicians; etc..

- 74 minute CD-R

- published by: the Street Rat Liberation Front & BRAINPANG in NYC, NY & in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- as part of Street Rat magazine #2

- created up 'til December '99 & published in December '99

- limited edition of 50

 

100. "Whoop-Up @ the Funny Farm"

- credited to: Luther Blissett & tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 2:36 selection in a 74 minute? CD

- from: "Luther Blissett Open Pop Star" compilation (WOT4)

- published by: WoT4 Records

- a joint Italian/English production

- edited by: Luther Blissett

- created on September 11 '95 & published in early or mid '00

- unknown edition size


101. "AUSAUDiopsis"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE etta cetera

- 74 minute CD-R

- published by: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- created in Australia from mid-March '000 to mid-June '000 & published in mid '000

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 50

 

102. "AUSical op hop"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 73:53 CD-R

- published by: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- created in Australia from April 4th, '000 to June 8th, '000 & published in mid '000

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 50

 

103. "2 Men Behind the Curtain Getting Progressively Shorter"

- credited to: Warren Burt & tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 74 minute CD-R

- published by: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- created in Australia from April 8th, '000 to June 2nd, '000 & published in mid '000

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 50

 

104. "Tip of the Australian Urban Rim Job"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE & Warren Burt

- 74:18 CD-R

- published by: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- created in Australia from April 9th, '000 to June 2nd, '000 & published in mid '000

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 50

 

105. "Out Jizz"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 72:31 CD-R

- published by: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- created in Australia from April 9th, '000 to May 20th, '000 & published in mid '000

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 50

 

106. a. "Vermin Supreme Slug 02"

- credited to: Volunteers Collective V - 4:19 selection in a 74 minute CD-R

b. "John Doe's 1st Bank Robbery"

- interview w/ John Doe as Mike

- 1:53 selection on a 74 minute CD

c. "Vote No On Yes"

- collaboration between Vermin Supreme & tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 1:43 selection on a 74 minute CD

d. "Vermin Supreme Slug 03"

- credited to: Volunteers Collective V - 4:16 selection in a 74 minute CD

e. "Vermin Supreme Slug 09"

- credited to: Volunteers Collective V (w/o Vermin Supreme)

- 2:41 selection in a 74 minute CD

f. "Vote Yes On No"

- collaboration between Vermin Supreme & tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 1:15 selection on a 74 minute CD

g. "Vermin Supreme Slug 08"

- credited to: Volunteers Collective V - 3:55 selection in a 74 minute CD

h. "Vermin Supreme Slug 06"

- credited to: Volunteers Collective V - 4:10 selection in a 74 minute CD

i. "Anarchist World This Week"

- credited to: Host Joe; Michael Bonnieville; tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE etta cetera

- 10:07 selection in a 74 minute CD

j. "Let Your Freak Flag Fly"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 6:33 selection in a 74 minute CD

k. "Vermin Supreme Slug 11"

- credited to: Volunteers Collective V - 3:55 selection in a 74 minute CD

- published by: the Street Rat Liberation Front & BRAINPANG in NYC, NY & in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- as part of Street Rat-Bag magazine #3

- created up 'til October '00 & published in October '00

- limited edition of 50

 

107. "Goulash"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE & other Neoists in Hungary

- 90 minute cassette

- published by: Widémouth Tapes in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- Tape #20

- created in July '97 in Hungary & published in December '00

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

108. "Below Zero"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE & collaborators

- 90 minute cassette

- published by: Widémouth Tapes in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- Tape #21

- created from November 8, '92 to July 16, '00 & published in December '00

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

109. "Quiet Village - 'In C' Version"

- credited to: Klauhütte Bangzeit 200

- 4:43 selection on a 90 minute cassette

- from: the "Aesthetically Offensive" section of the "The Best Defense Is A Good Offense" mix tape

- published by: Mike's Tape Club in New York City, New York, USA

- edited by: Mike Benedetti

- recorded May 27, '94 & published in Spring '01

- unknown edition size

 

110. "holly springs"

- credited to: mandRagora/t.e.n.t.

- :27 selection on a 38:12 CD

- from: "soundtrack"

- a small part of my guitar solo "Past Life Regression" is used as part of a sound collage by the editors - I INTENSELY DISLIKE THEIR USE OF THIS!!

- published by: mandRagora project in New York City, New York, USA

- edited by: mandRagora project

- published in October '01

- edition of 175

 

111. "UNCERTS"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE & friends

- a 2 hour video cassette

- published by: Widémouth Tapes in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- created from '91 to '96 & published in the fall of '01

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

112. a. "Preformed Hibonsa Spunk & Shape" (excerpt from the beginning)

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE + James Knopf + Ariel Lifschitz

- 5:40 selection in a 79:42 CD-R

b. "CircumSubstantial Playing & Blindfolded Tourism" (excerpt from Part 1: Volunteers Collective Retrospective)

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 10:21 selection on a 79:42 CD

c. "CircumSubstantial Playing & Blindfolded Tourism" (Part 2: CarCophony)

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 19:01 selection on a 79:42 CD

d. "CircumSubstantial Playing & Blindfolded Tourism" (excerpt from Part 3: @ the Undisclosed Location)

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 6:26 selection on a 79:42 CD

e. "CircumSubstantial Playing & Blindfolded Tourism" (excerpt from Part 4: the Pirate Radio Broadcasts)

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- :51 selection on a 79:42 CD

f. "Preformed Hibonsa Spunk & Shape" (excerpt from the end)

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE + James Knopf + Ariel Lifschitz

- 13:24 selection in a 79:42 CD

- published by:the Street Ratbag Liberation Front & BRAINPANG in NYC, NY & in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- as part of Street Rat-Bag magazine #5

- created up 'til August '01 & published in November '01

- limited edition of 295

 

113. "Street Ratbag #5 Release Party"

- credited to various

- 79:43 CD-R

- published by: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- recorded Friday, December 21, '01 @ the Mattress Factory & published shortly thereafter

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 10

 

114. "ReRecorded Records"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 79:42 CD-R

- published by: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- created from mid '78 to May 8th, '99 & published in early '02?

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 20

 

115. "B/S/B/F/C/X"

- credited to: Tentatively, a Convenience [ALMOST got it right]

- 3:05 selection on a 2 CD set

- on the "Circuits of Steel" compilation of

"electronic music from Pittsburgh for the 21st Century"

- published by SSS Records in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- created in March(?), 1997 & published in April '02

- edition of 2,500?

 

116. "millenarianism - volume one"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE & friends

- a 2 hour video cassette

- published by: Widémouth Tapes in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- created from '92 to '01 & published in April '02

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

117.a "Piano Illiterature - Volume One"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 79:47 CD-R

[There are several versions of this collection: 2 versions of Volume One, 3 versions of Volume Two, & 1 version of Volume Three - the "Volume One" & "Volume Two"s listed here are the main ones that I gave away to people]

- published by: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- created from '82? to '96 or '97? & 1st published in '02?

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

118. "Day One"

- credited to: Guitarists Anonymous

- a 79:42 CD-R

- published by: San Francisco Cinematheque in San Francisco, California, USA

- created from '87 to '02 & published in February '03

- [un?]limited edition not likely to exceed 75

 

119. "excerpt from: Side 2"

[as w/ its tape predecessor, this is where it gets complicated: I'm credited w/ having 3 selections on this: the 1st has its title given as "Great Moments in OddBall Sports", the 2nd is called "Accumulation", & the 3rd is called "Accumulation2". While I have pieces w/ these titles {except for "Accumulation2"}, these ARE NOT what are presented here. In fact, the piece called "Great Moments in OddBall Sports" here is actually a crappy 'dark' electro-pop instrumental that's the type of electronic music that I'm mostly contempuous of. "Accumulation" is actually a :33 excerpt from my 47 minute piece called "Side 2" {see #17} & what's called "Accumulation2" is a loop or some-such that I had nothing to do w/ the making of. See also selection 10 for commentary re the tape version.]

- credited to: St. tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- :21 selection in a 78:23 CD-R

- from: "BAD DOKTORS" compilation

- published by: The SubGenius Foundation in Dallas, Texas, USA

- edited by: Rev. Ivan Stang

- created from '83 to '84? & re-edited & republished as a CD in '03

- probably an 'unlimited' edition size

 

120. "Voice, Male - OR Will Success Spoil the Vocal Stylings of tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE Singing just for you?"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- (version 1: 1976-1997): 47:34 CD-R

- (version 2: 1976-1995): 79:55 CD-R

- (version 3: 1976-1996): 66:17 CD-R

- (version 4: 1976-1997): 78:10 CD-R

- published by: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- probably published in '03

- unlimited editions not likely to exceed 20 in the 1st 3 versions & 100 in the 4th version

 

121.a "Piano Illiterature - Volume Two"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 1st version: 74:14 CD-R

- 2nd version: 79:53 CD-R

[There are several versions of this collection: 2 versions of Volume One, 3 versions of Volume Two, & 1 version of Volume Three - the "Volume One" & "Volume Two"s listed here are the main ones that I gave away to people]

- published by: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- 1st version created from '97 to '03 & 1st published in '03

- 2nd version created from '97 to '04 & 1st published in '04

- unlimited editions not likely to exceed 100

 

122. "w/ Michael Pestel"

- credited to: Michael Pestel + tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE & collaborators

- 90 minute cassette

- published by: Widémouth Tapes in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- Tape #22

- created from March 12, '97 to March 25, '03 & published in June '03

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

123. "RPGR-428977-tEaCO-4953-003" Rick Gribenas box set made to accompany an installation @ the Foreland St Studio

- no credit visible on package except "tEaCO" as an abbreviation for "tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE"

- a collaboration instigated by Rick Gribenas

- 1 of 7 10 minute cassettes

- published by: Rick Gribenas in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- created & published in the fall of '03

- unknown edition size not likely to exceed 50

 

124. "A Yr of Sundays" & "A Yr of Sundays (computer edit)" & "Reductionism [#1] (A Yr of Sundays with Mono)" & "Interpretive Duncing (the Sum of Multiple "Reductionisms")"

- d composed by: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 2 CD-Rs w/ 78pp score + 2pp addendum

- published by: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- created from '97 to '03 & published in December '03

- 1st edition of 5

 

125. "50, & Counting"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 77:03 CD-R

- published by: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- created from October 10, '03 to June 30, '04 & published in early July '04

- limited edition of 54

 

126. "pond(er)"

- credited to: Michael Pestel, Elise Springer, Mika Kimula, & tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 79:54 CD-R

- published by: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- created from July 16, '04 to August 12, '04 & published in August '04

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 200

 

127. "Hitting Things - 17 years of percussion"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE & collaborators

- 2 CD-Rs: 79:08 + 77:50

- published by: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- created from '87 to July 17, '04 & published in September '04

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

128. "Middle-Qu"

- credited to: J. Tracy Mortimore; Neely Bruce; Michael Pestel; tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE; & Elise Springer

- 79:51 CD-R

- published by: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- recorded in MIddletown, CT, on November 27, '04 & published by December 2, '04

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 10

 

[Thanks to Germaine Fodor's internet savvy, I started making some of my audio available online - in particular on the Internet Archive]

 

117.b " Piano Illiterature Vol. I of II"

This is the same thing as the previously listed "117.a "Piano Illiterature - Volume One"" & the link goes to the same place but but, of course, this is the downloadable internet version & NOT the CD-R & the title on the internet is slightly different. I list it here because this is where it fits into the release chronology.

- uploaded to the Internet Archive October 25, 2005 https://archive.org/details/Piano_Illiterature_Vol_I_of_II

- Judging from the quantity of downloads, this is the most 'popular' audio I've ever created

 

121.b "Piano Illiterature Vol. II of II"

This is the same thing as the previously listed "121.a "Piano Illiterature - Volume Two"" & the link goes to the same place but but, of course, this is the downloadable internet version & NOT the CD-R & the title on the internet is slightly different. I list it here because this is where it fits into the release chronology.

- uploaded to the Internet Archive October 25, 2005 http://www.archive.org/details/Piano_Illiterature_Vol_II_of_II

- Judging from the quantity of downloads, this is the 2nd most 'popular' audio I've ever created

 

129. "CircumSubstantial Playing & Blindfolded Tourism"

- d composed by: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- CD-R w/ 80pp explanatory flip-book

- published by: Generator (GSA-19) in NYC, New York, USA

- created in 2001 & published in December '05

- 1st edition of 15

 

130. a."Dancer Conducting"

- credited to: the "Official", September 5th, 1992E.V., Union Bar & Grill (Voted Athens Best Bar Live Music Featuring National Acts) Bug-Eyed H23 Visitors from Chronolytic Time

- 2:25 selection in a 90 minute cassette

b. "démo tapes sampler excerpt"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE & t he booed usicians -> Svexner Labs -> Chris Mason -> Karen Eliot

- 6:43 selection in a 90 minute cassette

c. "VC XV"

- credited to: John Berndt; Neil Feather; Jeanine Farrall; John Eaton; Jack Wright; tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 5:05 selection in a 90 minute cassette

d. "VC XIX (part 1 of "Vexations")"

- credited to: Rob Johnston; tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 1:30 selection in a 90 minute cassette

e. "A Year & A Day at the Funny Farm Bogus Piano Concerto in 2 Rapid Bowel Movements - excerpt from 'Chicken Wing Movement'"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE & John Henry Nyenhuis

- 1:47 selection in a 90 minute cassette

f. "Queer Tete 7 (backwards)"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 2:40 selection in a 90 minute cassette

g. "Frothing Catatonic Siamese Twins Volunteers Collective XXVII 'd composing Mozart' Release Party & Vaudeo Op"

- credited to: Greg Pierce; Sharyn Lee Frederick; Alisa Dix; tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE; Todd Whitman; Monty Cantsin; Michael Johnsen

- 5:41 selection in a 90 minute cassette

h. "Triple-S Variety Show - Volume 1"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 4:27 selection in a 90 minute cassette

i. "Triple-S Variety Show - Volume 2"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 6:08 selection in a 90 minute cassette

j. "Sonambient Theater (@ double speed)"

- credited to: Volunteers Collective @ the Anonymous Family Reunion

- 4:02 selection in a 90 minute cassette

k. "Livid @ the Schmaltzwald"

- credited to: Party-Teen auf der Couch Nr. 2 & Sir Henry

- 6:13 selection in a 90 minute cassette

l. "Mood Elevator Uzak for that Exhausting One Hour Work Week of the Near Future (& Variations)"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 6:35 selection in a 90 minute cassette

m. "Lost in Translation"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE w/ Ben Opie

- 2:38 selection in a 90 minute cassette

n. "Vocabulary 6 (#2)"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 2:20 selection in a 90 minute cassette

o. "October 26, '97 - Chatham Pool"

- credited to: Volunteers Collective

- 3:04 selection in a 90 minute cassette

p. "Duet"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE w/ David Prentice

- 2:09 selection in a 90 minute cassette

q. "Apartment Festival Site Specific Role Reversal"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE [& other Neoists in Hungary]

- 0:38 selection in a 90 minute cassette

r. "Quiet Village - 'In C' version"

- credited to: Klauhütte Bangzeit 200

- 4:43 selection in a 90 minute cassette

s. "w/ Warren Burt"

- credited to: Michael Pestel & tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE & friends

- 4:43 selection in a 90 minute cassette

- from: "Widémouth Tapes Sampler from tapes 1-24"

- published by: Widémouth Tapes in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- tape #25

- edited by: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- a. created in '92; b., d., e., h., l., & p. created in '95; c. created in '93; f. created in '87; g. & i. created in '96; j., k., m., n., o. & q. created in '97; r. created in '94; s. created in '00

- published in '07

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

131. "Hitting Things Some More"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 110 minute cassette

- published by: Widémouth Tapes in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- Tape #26

- created from '89 to '06 & published in '07

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

132. "61 Sequences Sampled #01"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 4:10 minute selection in a 3 CD box set

- published by: underadar / Public Guilt / epicene

- UR10 / PG007 / ess010/esr050

- created September 30, '02 & published in March '07

- edition size 1,250

 

133. "TroAc Fragm"

- the correct title is "troAc Fragm 09"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 3:21 selection on a 2 CD set

- on the "Circuits of Steel II" compilation of "Electronic Music from Pittsburgh"

- published by SSS Records in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- created June 21, 2005 & published in May '07

- unlimited edition initially 100?

 

134. "Mechanically Repetitive / ReRecorded Records RECORD"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 45:09 12" record

- published by Dear Skull Records in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- Dear Skull 101

- created from 1979 to 2004 & published in April '08

- unlimited edition? initially 320

 

135. "Systems Management"

- credited to HiTEC* 1-12

*Histrionic Thought Experiment Cooperative

- 76:59 CD-R

- published by tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- created from July 14 to August 18, '08 & published in August '08

- unlimited edition initially 50

 

136. "Systems Management"

- credited to HiTEC* 021

*Histrionic Thought Experiment Cooperative

- 56:18 CD-R

- published by tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- recorded September 14, 2008 & published in September '08

- unlimited edition initially 50

 

137. "Systems Management"

- credited to HiTEC* 13-30

*Histrionic Thought Experiment Cooperative

- 79:25 CD-R

- published by tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- recorded August 21 - October 16, 2008 & published in November '08

- unlimited edition initially 50

 

138. "Systems Management"

- credited to HiTEC* 39

*Histrionic Thought Experiment Cooperative

- 1:22:50 DVD-R [minimal 'packaging']

- published by tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- recorded November 16, 2008 & published in November '08

- unlimited edition initially 30

 

139. "Systems Management"

- credited to HiTEC* 31-45

*Histrionic Thought Experiment Cooperative

- 76:58 CD-R

- published by tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- recorded October 19 - December 7, 2008 & published in December '08

- unlimited edition initially 50

 

140. "Systems Management"

- credited to HiTEC* 46-50

*Histrionic Thought Experiment Cooperative

- 72:18 CD-R

- published by tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- recorded December 11, 2008 - January 8, 2009 & published in January '09

- unlimited edition initially 50

 

141. "HiTEC at the New Hazlett Theater"

- credited to HiTEC* 51

*Histrionic Thought Experiment Cooperative

- 98:42 DVD-R

- published by tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- recorded January 9, 2009 & published in February '09

- unlimited edition initially 50

 

142. "Systems Management"

- credited to HiTEC* 1-50

*Histrionic Thought Experiment Cooperative

- 77:05 CD-R

- published by tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- recorded July 14, 2008 - January 8, 2009 & published in April '09

- unlimited edition initially 10

 

143. "HiTEC 1-50: Systems Management - 'Full' Group Rehearsals Only"

- credited to HiTEC* 21, 39, 45, 48, 50

*Histrionic Thought Experiment Cooperative

- 76:42 CD-R

- published by tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- recorded September 14, 2008 - January 8, 2009 & published in April '09

- unlimited edition initially 10

 

144. "Systems Management"

- credited to HiTEC* 52-59

*Histrionic Thought Experiment Cooperative

- 79:49 CD-R

- published by tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- recorded April 19, 2008 - June 12, 2009 & published in June '09

- unlimited edition initially 50

 

145. "Systems Management"

- credited to HiTEC* 1-59

*Histrionic Thought Experiment Cooperative

- 78:11 CD-R

- published by tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- recorded July 14, 2008 - June 12, 2009 & published in June '09

- unlimited edition initially 50

 

146. "The End of Television"

- credited to Ian Page, Sound/Unsound Trio, Valentine Trio, HiTEC, & tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 2 DVD-Rs

- published by tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- recorded June 12, 2009 & published in July '09

- unlimited edition initially 50

 

147. "HiTEC (Histrionic Thought Experiment Cooperative) "Systems Management""

- credited to tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- CD-R/book/DVD-R

- published by: Encyclopedia Destructica in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- created from July 14, 2008 thru July, 2009 & published in July '09

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 300

 

148. "HiTEC @ the Visionary Arts Festival"

- credited to HiTEC 061-063, etc..

- DVD-R

- published by tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- recorded August 5-10, 2009 & published October 11, 2009

- unlimited edition initially 52

 

149. "Systems Management"

- credited to HiTEC* 60-63

*Histrionic Thought Experiment Cooperative

- 79:16 CD-R

- published by tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- recorded August 2, 2009 - August 9, 2009 & published in October '09

- unlimited edition initially 50

 

150. "Systems & Processes 1-4 (HiTEC 065-068 Y)"

- credited to HiTEC 065-068 Y

- 1:38:45 DVD-R

- published by tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- recorded October 28 - November 9, 2009 & published late November, 2009

- unlimited edition initially 50

 

151. "Systems Management"

- credited to HiTEC* 64-68

*Histrionic Thought Experiment Cooperative

- 78:10 CD-R

- published by tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- recorded October 28 - November 9, 2009 & published late November, 2009

- unlimited edition initially 50

 

152. " Gerry Fialka interviewing tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE - 2/25/10"

- credited to Gerry Fialka & tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- uploaded to the Internet Archive March 7, 2010: https://archive.org/details/GerryFialkaInterviewingTentativelyAConvenience-22510

 

153. "Systems Management"

- credited to HiTEC* 69-72

*Histrionic Thought Experiment Cooperative

- 76:19 CD-R

- published by tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- recorded February 21 - March 13, 2010 & published April, 2010

- unlimited edition initially 50

 

154. "Responsibility"

- credited to DJ Responsibility

- w/ additional credit to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE & the other musicians

- 19+ minutes electronic recording available for listening in the Music Department in the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh - Oakland branch during normal library hours. The installation will be available from April 19 to May 31, 2010 [it actually went longer]

- created by & published in an edition of 1 only by David Bernabo in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- my contribution is just on the 1st :35 of track 6 (there're 7 tracks total)

 

155. "A.S.R.B. #1 (Aleatoric Systemic Reactory Bulletin #1 (The Enclosed Garden))"

[I have no idea when this was published since I only found out about it after Franz Kamin, the composer of everything on this CD, & James Brody, the publisher, both died in a car crash & the CD tracks were posted online. I was never given a copy of it. Nonetheless, I'm "Percussion II" on this, the 2nd of 12 tracks]

- credited to: Franz Kamin

- whether any credit to the musicians is given is unknown to me

- 3:24 selection in a 70:51 CD-R

- from: "Franz Kamin Historical v3"

- published by: James Brody in Santa Cruz, New Mexico, USA

- created from '62 to '95?

- probably an 'unlimited' edition size

 

156. "Selectric Piano; Po, Li, Ou; & Anagrammatic Variations"

- credited to tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- w/ additional credit to Mark Dixon, Fred Snider, Bart Trotman, & Jodi Staley

- 76:32 DVD-R

- published by tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- recorded April 17, 2010 & published June 17, 2010

- unlimited edition initially 50

 

157. " Piano Illiterature - Volume 3"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- uploaded to the Internet Archive on July 22, 2011: https://archive.org/details/PianoIlliterature-Volume3

 

158. " Piano Illiterature - Volume 4"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- uploaded to the Internet Archive on July 24, 2011: https://archive.org/details/PianoIlliterature-Volume4

 

159. " Piano Illiterature - Volume 5"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- uploaded to the Internet Archive on July 24, 2011: https://archive.org/details/PianoIlliterature-Volume5

 

160. "Concrete Mixing: 1976-2011"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 269 MP3 tracks - 2 days, 13 hours, 2 minutes, 43 seconds - on ONE 4.7GB DVD-R

- released January, 2012

- misprinted 11"X25& 1/2" paper insert in edition of 50

- corrected 11"X25& 1/2" paper insert in edition of 5 (intended to be more eventually)

 

161. " Radio 1979"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- uploaded to the Internet Archive on December 5, 2012: https://archive.org/details/Radio1979

 

162. " Radio 1980"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- uploaded to the Internet Archive on December 5, 2012: https://archive.org/details/Radio1980

 

163. " Radio 1983"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- uploaded to the Internet Archive on December 5, 2012: https://archive.org/details/Radio1983

 

164. " Radio 1985"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- uploaded to the Internet Archive on December 5, 2012: https://archive.org/details/Radio1985

 

165. " Radio 1986"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- uploaded to the Internet Archive on December 5, 2012: https://archive.org/details/Radio1986

 

166. " Radio 1987"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- uploaded to the Internet Archive on December 5, 2012: https://archive.org/details/Radio1987

 

167. " Radio 1992"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- uploaded to the Internet Archive on December 5, 2012: https://archive.org/details/Radio1992

 

168. " Radio 1995"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- uploaded to the Internet Archive on December 5, 2012: https://archive.org/details/Radio1995

 

169. " Radio 1996"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- uploaded to the Internet Archive on December 5, 2012: https://archive.org/details/Radio1996

 

170. " Radio 1999"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- uploaded to the Internet Archive on December 5, 2012: https://archive.org/details/Radio1999

 

171. " Radio 2000"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- uploaded to the Internet Archive on December 6, 2012: https://archive.org/details/Radio2000

 

172. " Radio 2001"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- uploaded to the Internet Archive on December 6, 2012: https://archive.org/details/Radio2001

 

173. " Radio 2002"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- uploaded to the Internet Archive on December 6, 2012: https://archive.org/details/Radio2002

 

174. " Radio 2003"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- uploaded to the Internet Archive on December 6, 2012: https://archive.org/details/Radio2003

 

175. " Radio 2004"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- uploaded to the Internet Archive on December 6, 2012: https://archive.org/details/Radio2004

 

176. "Radio 2010"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- uploaded to the Internet Archive on December 6, 2012: https://archive.org/details/Radio2010

 

177. "Odds & Ends - Volume 1"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- w/ additional credit to HiTEC 039, Michael Pestel, Isaac Levine, Unfinished Symphonies, & Ben Opie

- 90 minute cassette

- published by: Widémouth Tapes in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- Tape #28

- created from '08 to '13 & published in '13

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 100

 

178. "Gnome 01"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- available online here: http://foxandhentapes.bandcamp.com/track/tentatively-a-convenience-gnome-01

- as part of a compilation entitled: "flame burnin under the bridge: (a few) pittsburgh bands and artists"

- 74 minute cassette

- published by: fox and hen tapes as a response to arrests made under the Bloomfield Bridge in Pittsburgh on May 4, 2012

- release date: February 26, 2013

 

179. "Skeletal Remains"

- [Oddly, I don't seem to have a copy of this version in my CD of 19 versions]

- credited to; tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- published as part of Textsound issue 15 in April, 2013: http://textsound.org/index.php?ISSUE=15

- & it's also published by PennSound here: http://writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/x/textsound-15.php

- or, more directly, here: https://media.sas.upenn.edu/pennsound/groups/textsound/15/tENTATIVELY,-a-cONVENIENCE_01_Skeletal-Remains_Textsound_Issue-15_April-2013.mp3

 

180. "Metasamples 07 + 09"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- as part of a compilation entitled: MM 26

- 69 minute CD

- published as mm bad 001

- release date: April 26, 2013

 

181. "Piano Illiterature - Volume 6"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- uploaded to the Internet Archive on March 15, 2014: https://archive.org/details/Piano_Illiterature_Volume_6

 

182. "Piano Illiterature - Volume 7: Titin"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- uploaded to the Internet Archive on March 18, 2014: https://archive.org/details/Piano_Illiterature_Volume.7

 

183. "Odds & Ends - Volume 2"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE & collaborators

- w/ collaborators identified as "unknown UK band"; Charm City Drug Band: Eric Myers, Linda Gielec, Jon Swift, Bob Godin, Mick, Jeremy (Linda's roommate), Jim; HiTEC 055H: Hyla Willis, Bob Jungkunz, Josh Beyer, Spat Cannon; Theater Zero: Matthew Spector, Marian Kimball-Eichinger, Greg Tromiczak, Rebeca Frost, Wayne Swanson, Susanna Hostetter, George McConnell, Ben Kreilkamp; "Forktine remixing Colin Hinz"; Sound / Unsound Trio: Ben Opie, Dave Throckmorton, Josh Wulff; Crucible Sound 4 participants: Rey Freme, Matt Aelmore, Anthony Levin-Decanini, Kenny Haney, Ben Opie; Ben Opie (solo); Abandoned Store improvisors: Joey Molinaro, Ben Bennett, Anthony Levin-Decanini, Josh Tenenbaum, 1/2rd of Holocene Extinction; Ben Bennett (solo); The Secret Music Society: Unfinished Symphonies, Clint Hoover, Sam (the neighbor), Jack McKenna; Ryan Broughman

- 2 X 120 minute cassettes

- published by: Widémouth Tapes in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

- Tape #29

- created from 1980 to 2014 & published in July, 2014

- unlimited edition not likely to exceed 25

 

184. "Microtonal (M)Usic from tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- uploaded to the Internet Archive on March 7, 2015: https://archive.org/details/A1994.12Seq42Fixed16s_201503

 

185. "tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE interviewed by Matt Aelmore"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE & Matt Aelmore

- uploaded to the Internet Archive on March 15, 2015: https://archive.org/details/tENTAelmore

 

186. "Birds of Villa Villa-Lobos (after Michael Pestel)"

- incorrectly titled "Birds of Villa Villa-Lobos"

- correctly credited in one place to "tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE"

- incorrctly credited in another place to: "cENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE"

- 4:38 track on a compilation record

- my contribution made in 2005

- other contributors: The Nihilist Spasm Band; Kommissar Hjuler und Praktikantin

- published in Germany as part of the Fluxus series as Psych.KG 243 in July, 2015

- limited edition of 100

- at least 1 copy w/ hand-done cover by Kommissar Hjuler

 

187. "Behavioral Drift 8/9 - the SLO Game"

- correctly credited to Franz Kamin

- I'm inaudibly present as the "Thread Man" (tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE)

- 22:10 side of a 2-sided record

- other contributors:Charlemagne Palestine & Mama Baer

- published in Germany as part of the Fluxus series as Psych.KG 281 in September, 2015

- limited edition of 100

- at least 1 copy w/ hand-done cover by Kommissar Hjuler

 

188. "t he nuclear brain physics surgery school lesson # 1"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- uploaded to the Internet Archive on October 4, 2015: https://archive.org/details/NBPSSL1

 

189. "1975-2015"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- retrospective CD published as mm bad 002 in Pittsburgh, us@

- published December, 2015

- initial edition of 300

 

190. "Oboe"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 2:43 selection on a lathe-cut clear 7" 33&1/3RPM record that also includes work by Rod Summers, Kommissar Hjuler, & Magnus Pálsson

- published in Germany as part of the Fluxus series as Psych.KG 321 in May, 2016

- limited edition of 25

 

191. "Significantly Different from the Other One"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- retrospective CD published as mm bad 003 in Pittsburgh, us@

- published June 2016

- initial edition of 300

 

192. "Drum Machine"

- credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 2:53 selection on a compilation CD entitled "Friends of Sounds & Noises, Vol. I"

- published in Toronto by {AN} Eel in July, 2016

- unknown edition size

- https://panpanpanaviandistreesscall.bandcamp.com/album/friends-of-sounds-noises-vol-i

 

193. "Harps & Angles"

- credited to tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- A 6:45 sampler track made from samples from an installation of the same name by "Who is like God?s" (Michael Pestel & Michael Tolson)

- self-published in August, 2016, on Soundcloud here: https://soundcloud.com/user-200009324

 

194. "cellfeed 01"

- a collaboration between tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE & Ryan Broughman

- 12 minute loop audio cassette published in an edition of 4, 2 of which immediately broke, & packaged in cigarette packs with 2 cigarette stubs stuck in the cassette spindles

- recorded August 12, 2016 & releeased at mm 69 on Sunday, August 14, 2016

 

195. "Banned Names 02"

- originally incorrectly credited to tENATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE & then corrected to tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE on most copies

- 4:32 of a 2-sided record

- other contributors:Franz Kamin, Kommissar Hjuler und Frau

- published in Germany as part of the Fluxus series as Psych.KG 359 in October, 2016

- limited edition of 100

- at least 3 different types of covers: mass manufactured (sometimes hand-drawn on), hand-done cover(s) by Kommissar Hjuler, additional covers done with slide insert

 

196. a. "Tex-Mix (Giddyup Americana) 10"

- correctly credited to: tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

- 2:59 track on a 41 track BandCamp compilation called "{Eel}~ Ixer - Vol 1 ::Performance Relic"

b. "Tex(Re-)Mix"

- in collaboration with {AN} Eel, the originator & publisher of the project

- 3:00 track on a 41 track BandCamp compilation called "{Eel}~ Ixer - Vol 1 ::Performance Relic"

- released November 30, 2016, & available for download here: https://panpanpanaviandistresscall.bandcamp.com/album/eel-ixer-vol-1-performance-relic

 

 

 

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¿What Next? Records

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Widémouth (Widemouth + démo) Tapes

- 3609 Melwood Ave., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15213, US@

or http://idioideo.pleintekst.nl/WdmUindex.html or idioideo at verizon dot net

WOT4 records

p/o box 68 AB 7700, Dedemsvaart, Netherlands

 

 

tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE

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to the tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE as Interviewee page

to the tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE as Interviewer index

to the tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE movie-making "Press: Criticism, Interviews, Reviews" home-page

to the "tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE - Sprocket Scientist" home-page

to the "FLICKER" home-page for the alternative cinematic experience

to find out more about why the S.P.C.S.M.E.F. (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Sea Monkeys by Experimental Filmmakers) is so important

for A Mere Outline for One Aspect of a Book on Mystery Catalysts, Guerrilla Playfare, booed usic, Mad Scientist Didactions, Acts of As-Beenism, So-Called Whatevers, Psychopathfinding, Uncerts, Air Dressing, Practicing Promotextuality, Imp Activism, etc..

for info on tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE's tape/CD publishing label: WIdémoUTH

to see an underdeveloped site re the N.A.A.M.C.P. (National Association for the Advancement of Multi-Colored Peoples)