Creel Pone

Creel Pone Edward M. Zajda “Independent Electronic Music Composer” (USA) CP015 CDr

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"... now that the creel-pone series is in its teens; time for an irreverent late-60s blast of heavy synth-freakout / tape-psych weirdness from this cicero, illinois based composer, about whom i can’t find a single bit of information (other than that he has a piece included in a 1964 radio program called “electronic music in america” that’s archived in the brandeis library) ...

originally self-released (on what i assume is zajda’s “ars nova / ars antiqua” label), “independent” stars out with a bit of midrange oscillating synth clusters abetted by moaning “psych” vocals ; then for some reason an opera bellow cuts through ... then ... a snatch of late 60s psych-guitar fuzz (??? !!!) that wouldn’t be out of place on the plastic cloud lp before descending back into further logically-removed synth fuzzler aktion ...

from there on it just gets more and more out; some really fantastic edit-heavy ring-modulated noise one second, then an 8-voice drone cloud the next. a couple of pieces on the b-side mix voices from the apollo mission with some of the most absolutely fried pontillist blat i think i’ve ever heard ...

of the creel pones that have surfaced as of yet, this could very well be my favorite (i’m basing that status on the fact that i had never even heard of this lp prior to receiving the creel pone of it coupled with the fact that its so boss) ; entirely necessary, especially if the combination of a) early synthesizer manipulation b) home-studio strangeness c) late 60s midwest “psych” connotations floats your respective tugboat. capital-z zonked ..."

Track Listings

study no. 10 (9:57) 1965-66
in march for ann (5:05) 1967
points (6:57) 1968

magnificent desolation (16:52) 1968
study no. 3 (3:20) 1968

Creel Pone Press Release

This creel pone edition includes ::

1 x crystal-clear resealable polypropylene cd sleeve with a custom foil stamp affixed to the exterior
1 x double-sided six-color inkjet-printed hand-cut card-stock booklet
1 x six-color inkjet-printed compact disc recordable in a high-density round-bottom cd sleeve


"... now that the creel-pone series is in its teens; time for an irreverent late-60s blast of heavy synth-freakout / tape-psych weirdness from this cicero, illinois based composer, about whom...

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