|Just - Just|
|Heavy Aspirations - Heavy Aspirations|
|Preface (excerpt) - Preface (excerpt)|
|62 Mesostics Re Merce Cunningham (II) - 62 Mesostics Re Merce Cunningham (II)|
|Give It to Me, Baby - Give It to Me, Baby|
|The Population Explosion - The Population Explosion|
|Speech Songs - No. 1. When I am with You|
|Speech Songs - No. 2. He Destroyed Her Image|
|In Sara, Mencken, Christ and Beethoven There Were Men and Women - In Sara, Mencken, Christ and Beethoven There Were Men and Women|
|Torero Piece - Torero Piece (excerpt)|
|Come to Free the Words - Come to Free the Words|
|Border Dissolve in Audiospace - Border Dissolve in Audiospace|
|Crickets - Crickets|
Album Remarks & Appraisals:
This is a reissue of the definitive first anthology of American Sound Poetry, using speech as music. This important release, formerly available only on LP, of which rare copies have sold for up to $200, includes the first-ever computer speech pieces by Charles Dodge done on a mainframe computer. Note: Piece by John Giorni includes explicit lyrics and is X-rated.
Personnel: Robert Moog (synthesizer); Paul de Marinis, Robert Ashley (Moog synthesizer).
Audio Mixer: Richard Friedman.
Liner Note Author: Charles Amirkhanian.
Recording information: 1750 Arch Street Studios; Bell Telephone Laboratories, Murray Hill, NJ; Giorno's Studio, NY; KPFA Studios; Sveriges Radio, Stockholm, Sweden.