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      • 1. Music For The Gift
      • 2. Mescalin Mix
      • 3. Concerto For Two Pianists And Five Tape Recorders

      **Astonishing unreleased archival Terry Riley material finally available on vinyl!**

      Collecting three key early pieces from Riley, recorded at home in San Francisco, as well as live in concert at UC Berkeley and on radio in France, this is an essential part of the Terry Riley universe and some of his most celebrated early works. Containing deconstructed samples of a Chet Baker’s rendition of Miles Davis’ “So What”, “Music For The Gift” is a disquieting tape work that dissolves slowly and beautifully. “Mescalin Mix” is one of Riley’s earliest tape works and features recordings from his home. Essential early experimental and minimalism from a true innovator!

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