Thomas Hamilton - Pieces For Kohn LP

Thomas Hamilton - Pieces For Kohn LP

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Spaced out bleeps & bloops and wild ARP synth freakouts from 1976! "Pieces For Kohn", as the title suggests, included four electronic pieces composed by Tom Hamilton as musical responses to 3D geometric paintings by artist Bill Kohn. A renowned audio producer and electronic composer, among other many things, you’ve probably have seen Tom Hamilton’s name in the credits of many albums by Robert Ashley and on releases from labels like Lovely Music, Pogus Productions, New World Records, etc. Tom was first introduced to electronic music in 1965, while he was an undergraduate in Milwaukee, thanks to a lecture by Vladimir Ussachevsky illustrated with examples of electronic composers of the day: BŸlent Arel, Karlheinz Stockhausen, Pierre Henry, Milton Babbitt...Encouraged by his teacher, Thom David Mason, Tom started to build audio circuits and battery–operated boxes that produced or modified sounds. *Mental Experience