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Bruce Lacey
The Spacey Bruce Lacey Vol.1

British eccentric Bruce Lacey has been the subject of a Ken Russell film, collaborated with artists as diverse as Throbbing Gristle and The Beatles (he appeared in the film Help!), and exhibited art in the Institute of Contemporary Arts. Now, for the first time on vinyl, a selection of his avant garde soundtracks and improvisations can be heard in all their glory. Limited availability so hurry.

Bruce Lacey
The Spacey Bruce Lacey

Here's another thing on Trunk who are always interesting if nothing else. This is an album by Bruce Lacey a musician and film-maker who has worked with everyone from The Beatles to Throbbing Gristle. This is a collection of his improvised music using household objects as well as a modified synthesizer ranging from droning trance to oddball music concrete and has been compared to Tangerine Dream. Lacey once built a robot which won the alernate Miss World and has been involved in a ridiculous amount of things over the years  across an enormous breadth of disciplines.  The CD comes in jewel case with a 16 page booklet and compiles tracks from the 'Vol1' and 'Vol2' LP's. Another eccentric but worthy re-issue from Trunk. 

Bruce Lacey
The Spacey Bruce Lacey Vol.2

Much of the music on 'The Spacey Bruce Lacey Volume Two', the second record from the artist who's collaborated with both the Beatles and Throbbing Gristle (but probably not at the same time, you know?), was made on a home-made synthesizer he bought from a schoolboy. The music reflects Lacey's warped, wonderful vision, ranging in its utilisation of electronic music, as long as it's experimental.