Miguel Noya – Esferas Vivientes
Cassette Not On Label [nb 86 – 6448] (1986)
Keyboards, Composer, Arranger - Miguel Noya
Keyboards - Jesus Gonzales
Voice, Percussion - Eleazar Yanez
Electric Guitar - Ang van der Velde
Producer - Miguel Noya, Carlos Pulido
Art - Lucia Padilla F.Graphic Design - Alfredo Rivero Bertoreli
Robert Banks – Ion (Visions Of Fantasy, A Musical Excursion)
Cassette Future Now Records & Tapes [Private Press] (1979)
Performer [Oberheim 4-voice, Arp Axxe, Univox Mini-Korg and EML Sequencer Synthesizers, Fender Rhodes Electric Piano, Mutron Phasor II, MXR phase 90, MXR Analog Delay], Recorder [Roland and Teac Mixers, Teac A3340S], Composer, Arranger, Recorder, Mixer - Robert Banks.
Cover Design - Mark Thomas, Ken Yamaguchi (inspired by Robert Banks)
Photo, Graphics - Ken Yamaguchi.
Thanks to Don Siepian for use of his equipment, and to Gary Marsh of CJ&W for his Jurisprudence.. Special thanks to Andrew William and his Family for making this possible.Recorded at Future Now Studios, September 1978 thru March 1979.
T. Kamada, A. Koshi, T. Nakamura – Home Made Music 1981/4
Cassette DD. Records [DT33] (1981)
Arranger, Bass, Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Whistle, Artwork - Teruo Nakamura
Composer, Arranger, Guitar, Effects - A. KoshiProducer, Engineer, Composer, Arranger, Synthesizer, Keyboards, Guitar, Rhythm Section, Whistle, Noises, Artwork - Tadashi Kamada
Chris Neal "Crosstalk" vinyl LP
Originally released in 1982, including tracks written for Crosstalk (a science fiction thriller film made in Australia) and other electronic themes, it was written, performed and recorded by Chris Neal in his home studio, using Roland System 700 and Roland MC8.
In 1982 there were only a few System 700s ever produced and Roland was more interested in promoting their more commercial System 100M (that's why it was credited on the 1982 original cover to give them a plug). The System 700 was developed by Taro Kakahashi and his team in Japan as a direct challenger to the Moog modular system.
The ORBEATIZE remastered reissue also includes a special bonus track remixed and produced in 2017 by Jolly Mare.
Knut Skodvin "Kondens" vinyl 2xLP
Double LP: first one includes tracks remastered from "Kondens" original master tapes (originally released in 1982); second one includes unreleased tracks taken and remastered from 1983-1984 original master tapes (produced and composed by Knut for Scandinavian "theatre" performances)
Enrico Serotti "Homemade Music vol. II (1983-1999)" vinyl LP gatefold
This is a selection of previously unreleased tracks created at home by Enrico Serotti, without any purpose other than the fun of playing with new musical devices. The tracks date from 1983 to 1999. A pretty long time span, coinciding with the transition from analog to digital technology. Cover Art by Alessandro Pessoli.
David Tolley – Inthroughout (Solo Performances)
Cassette Soft Muscle Productions [Private Press] (1979)
Roland Synthesizers, Voice, Transaudio System 6 Synthesizer, Roland Space Echo, Roland Analog Delay, Composer, Producer, Tascam Mixer, Engineer - David Tolley
Assistant Engineer - Tim Browning
Equipment Care - Panayoutti Anagnostatos
Note:Solo Performances Recorded Live At: Morgans Feedwell Resturant Glebe N.S.W. Soft Muscle Studio Fitzroy,Vic. The Universal Workshop Fitzroy ,Vic.
Various – U.K. Electronica '86 (The Final Front-Ear)
Cassette Lotus Records [Private Press] (1987)
Performer, Composer – Darkside, Kevin O'Neill, Pete Tedstone, Greg Truckell, Paul Nagle, Wavestar, Mike Brooks, Chris & Cosey, Ian Boddy
Engineer, Producer, Editor - Antony Thrasher
Cover Design - Peter Harrison
Layout - John Palmer
Live recorded an unreleased tracks from "UK Electronica" festival 1986'Organised by Andy Garibaldi and Mike Lloyd Artists with the help of Antony Thrasher and Gary Scott. Original idea by Dennis and Jeanette Emsley.
Station Twang – Secret Sides
LP Modern Music [MM564563] (1985)
Synthesizer, Guitar, Saxophone, Vocals, Drum Programming, Producer - Vincent Carlucci
Synthesizer, Drum Programming, Effects, Co-producer - Stan Viezner
Mixer, Editor, Co-producer - Roger Slemin
Recorded between spring 1982 and winter 1985.
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