jeph jerman: quarry lathe 7"

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sepulveda disaster
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jeph jerman: quarry lathe 7"

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excited to announce jeph jerman: quarry (lathe 7”, CDR, booklet, inserts)
This second of eight 7" scheduled lathe releases (the first, Eric Lunde's "dressage," is still available) on ballast features the magnificent field recording work of jeph jerman. Recorded around Antelope Hill, AZ, jeph explores the aural history of the site as both a quarry and a place of tool manufacturing for American Indians.

The release comes in a hand-stamped reel to reel box and includes the following supplements:
a) three double-sided inserts of photo documentation and background information
b) a CDR of audio adjacent to the lathe recordings
c) a booklet with reproductions of the hand-written notes jeph made during his trip to Antelope Hill.

you can view the release here:

http://ballastnvp.blogspot.com/


The release is in an edition of 26 signed and lettered (A-Z) copies and is $35 ppd in the US: overseas folks, please contact me first (vertonen [at] earthlink [dot] net) for shipping, and folks in general email me first to ensure copies are available.

Subscriptions to the lathe series are still available as well.

thanks,

blake
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