3 part series, Vol.2 and Vol.3 are packaged in individual standard jewel cases that will conveniently fit into the slip case provided with Vol.1.Born in 1932, an only child, in St. Paul, Minnesota, USA.After grade-school, went to the University of Minnesota for nine years: the university's highschool, undergraduate and graduate schools where he studied English Literature, Psychology and Art. In the Art department, he studied painting, photography and film-making.In 1955, married, moved to Los Angeles, worked as a film editor, writer and production designer at UPA studios in Burbank.In 1957, moved to New York City, worked in animation studios there, and, finally, a sound studio:Gotham Recording - where he worked as an engineer, and did the music released on LPs in 1961 and '66.In the later '60s, he worked in NYC, Westport CT, and Montreal, Canada, doing designs for expositions, mostly for the Air Canada pavillion at "Expo 67" in Montreal, for which he did a film, soundtracks and audio-visual displays. In the '70s and '80s, he worked in Westport on audio-visuals: films, filmstrips, slide shows, TV films and videotapes for a variety of publishers - most notably a series on American history for American Heritage. In 1990, he retired, built a home studio and began work on what would become "Aerial." 'Definitely one of the best electroacoustic albums ' ALL-MUSIC GUIDE 'This return of Dockstader is something to cherish, not just because his output has been so limited and scarse but because what we do have is so intriguing, persuasive and cliche-free; the music of an inspired explorer who trails in nobody's slipstream' THE WIRE
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