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Arc Light Editions Vinyl, CD & tapes from this label at Norman Records

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Arthur Russell
Another Thought

Here’s the first ever vinyl pressing of Arthur Russell’s ‘Another Thought’, a posthumous collection compiled from 800 tape reels recorded between 1982 and ‘90. What’s immediately surprising is how coherent it sounds as an album. The performances often hushed, sparse and sou...view item »

Salm
Salm Volume One - Gaelic Psalms from the Hebrides of Scotland

Jennifer Lucy Allan’s archival label Arc Light Editions presents this amazing record of an amazing form: the communal Gaelic psalm singing practiced in the remote Scottish Hebrides. Salm Volume One is made...view item »

Joan La Barbara
Voice Is The Original Instrument

Joan La Barbara is one of the most significant explorers of the voice in the American 21st century, and this crucial reissue puts her first record back in circulation. Voice Is The Original Instrument contains no other instruments, although La Barbara’s amazing extended vocal techniques may sound ...view item »

Joan La Barbara
Tapesongs

Bypassing any and all puns that can be made about tapes I’ll move swiftly into a declaration that ‘Tapesongs’ is a repress from the late ‘70s, when Joan La Barbara stood as pretty much one of the only people prominently utilising the tape as an object of song composition. That’s not to say these sound like songs as ...view item »

Pekka Airaksinen
Buddhas Of Golden Light

Buddhas Of Golden Light is an old collector’s favourite, being a record of weirdo synth-stuff accompanied by improvised saxophone, courtesy of Finnish Pekka Airaksinen (former member of a group called The Sperm). But now you don’t need to fork out millions for a copy, as Arc Light Editions a...view item »

Ingram Marshall
Fog Tropes / Gradual Requiem

I haven't encountered the work of Ingram Marshall before but this label's last reissue was Arthur Russell so they have my attention here. On this LP is a shortish piece called 'Fog Tropes' and five longer pieces which make up the lengthy Gradual Requiem suite. 'Fog Tropes' combines field recorded foghorns a...view item »

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