Album: Ghosts Of Nakhodka
01 – Blue Bay
02 – Figures
03 – Peak of Mountains
04 – Neon Glow
05 – Yaponskoe More
06 – On Any Day
07 – Geometrica
08 – Floating
09 – Windows and stars Begin
10 – Leaving for the Ocean
11 – Night Descends
12 – Horse-shoe
13 – Map of the World
'Ghosts of Nakhodka' LP
Catalogue No. FP 024
Release Date : 14 February 2015
Edition : 400 copies
A new album, the sister of Ghost of Nakhodka in some ways (Siren Records 2009), but entirely new and different material.
'Ghosts' is all played on a monophonic synthesizer an d recorded directly to two track tape.
Evoking memories of dreamy postcard memories and snapshots of another time and place.
Moving in 13 parts to a final conclusion- 'Map of the World'.
Available in two versions;
100 copies special edition- handmade cloth covered slip case, with debossed textures and
graphics from the original micro-edition cassette from 2014.
300 copies, regular edition.
All albums contain a specially printed insert and postcard set, printed on 350 gramme
cream paper stock.
DMM cut, pressing on 140gramme vinyl
Sleeve design and layout by Andrew Chalk and Jos Moers
Inserts printed in offset by Andrew Ostler
TUSQUES & DON CHERRY, FRANCOIS
La Maison Fille Du Soleil
2015 repress. Cross-pollinating the want-lists of art/jazz/print and architecture enthusiasts, this seldom-sighted 45 single is regarded as the rarest "lost" recording by American jazz trumpeter Don Cherry collaborating with French piano improv genius François Tusques. A missing link in the pre-formative years of improvised jazz, this mythical private pressing unites two of the key exponents of both American and French free-jazz. This intimate recording was made to accompany a 1964 exhibition by pioneering Swiss/French architect Charles-Édouard Jeanneret-Gris (aka Le Corbusier) held in Nantes. Housed in a two-fold wrap-around sleeve identical to the original article, this release also features a miscredited appearance by bass player Bernard "Beb" Guérin.