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Boxset/Compilation, released in 1992

Songs / Tracks Listing

1 Get Moose And Squirrel 2:32
2 Red Shadows 1:48
3 Aquirax Aida 4:10
4 Novelty Act 6:35
5 What The Dead Man Say 2:30 r
6 Tribute To John French 1:27
7 Kaiju Babylon 4:06
8 It's A Wonderful Life 24:15
9 Out Taco Sauce 2:08
10 Albongidas - Message From Space 1:05
11 Moonlight Mask 1:24
12 Null And Void 5:08
13 Bright Promises, Dismal Performance 1:52
14 Visions Of A New Age 1:22
15 The Nutmeg Of Consolation 1:25
16 Information Mechanics 6:05
17 Meet The Flinstones 6:58

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A Collection Of Henry Kaiser's Solo Guitar Improvisations, 1973-1991

Releases information

CD Cuneiform Records RUNE 45 (US)

re-released in 2006

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SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Crossover & JR/F/Canterbury Teams
3 stars I happen to love Henry Kaiser's off the wall style of guitar playing, but I have to be in the right frame of mind to listen to over an hour of his six string insanity. It's similar to the feeling I get when I listen to one of my Conlon Nancarrow (look him up) albums. If I'm relaxed enough, Kaiser's disjointed sound poems can sound quite pleasant to me. But if I'm wound up after a hard day of work, forget it.

This album showcases Kaiser's solo guitar (sometimes with overdubs) recorded from 1973 to 1991. Some of the pieces are played on a guitar based MIDI controller, so the sounds are sampled from other instruments (piano, sax, etc.). The majority of the pieces are non- structured improvisations, with Kaiser demonstrating the weird noises he can make.

The best piece is the highly overdubbed It's A Wonderful Life, a twenty four minute blast through many different aspects of Kaiser's soloing.

I like this album, but I prefer when he plays in a group.

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