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Machine For Making Sense
Experimental, Free Improvisation
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1863 mb
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2884 mb
Dimensione WMA:
1803 mb




  • Drums, Electronics [Guest]Tony Buck
  • Guitar [Guest]Greg Kingston
  • Recorded ByDennis Fox (tracks: 1), Julian Knowles, Neil Sandbach (tracks: 1)
  • Tape [Digital And Analogue Tape Manipulations]Rik Rue
  • Violin, Hurdy Gurdy, Electronics, VoiceStevie Wishart
  • Voice [Guest]Carolyn Conners
  • Voice, Words By [Text]Chris Mann
  • Voice, Words By [Text], Tape, VoiceAmanda Stewart
  • WindJim Denley


Recording Dates:
Consciousness live @ abc studios ultimo, Sydney in 1996
Collective live @ perfomance space Sydney in 1998


  • Recorded At – ABC Studios Ultimo
  • Recorded At – Performance Space


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