PRESERVATION TAPES by BRUCE HAACK

SKU104527
ArtistBRUCE HAACK
TitlePRESERVATION TAPES
LabelTELEPHONE EXPLOSION
Catalog #TER 050
Genre
ReleaseWeek 37 - 2018 Week - 2018
FormatVinyl - EULP
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Tracks

  1. When Mothers Of Salem
    https://global.vellancecdn.com/rushhour/files/tracks/p/104527_preservation_tapes/1_when_mothers_of_salem.mp3
  2. Little Things
    https://global.vellancecdn.com/rushhour/files/tracks/p/104527_preservation_tapes/2_little_things.mp3
  3. Untitled 1
    https://global.vellancecdn.com/rushhour/files/tracks/p/104527_preservation_tapes/3_untitled_1.mp3
  4. Untitled 2
    https://global.vellancecdn.com/rushhour/files/tracks/p/104527_preservation_tapes/4_untitled_2.mp3
  5. Untitled 3
    https://global.vellancecdn.com/rushhour/files/tracks/p/104527_preservation_tapes/5_untitled_3.mp3
  6. Party Machine (Original Version)
    https://global.vellancecdn.com/rushhour/files/tracks/p/104527_preservation_tapes/6_party_machine_original_version.mp3
  7. Untitled 4
    https://global.vellancecdn.com/rushhour/files/tracks/p/104527_preservation_tapes/7_untitled_4.mp3
  8. Jesus Loves Me
  9. Untitled 5
    https://global.vellancecdn.com/rushhour/files/tracks/p/104527_preservation_tapes/9_untitled_5.mp3
  10. God Be With You

Description

We were shown test-pressings of The Electric Lucifer board mixes from his Columbia studio sessions, countless pieces of written music, a large number of personal photos, an invitation from Raymond Scott inviting Bruce to play his newly created Electronium
instrument (now owned by Devo’s Mark Mothersbaugh), poems, press clippings, and, most importantly, a heavyduty shelf containing 213 reel-to-reel tapes. All of the chosen material on The Preservation Tapes is unreleased, has only been heard by a handful of people and showcases a relatively unknown period in Bruce’s
musical career where Bruce was recording for Sparrow Records (who billed themselves as "America's best Christian music record label”). Bruce’s signature Farad vocoder continues to feature prominently, but the lyrical content is decidedly more religious.
The Bruce Haack archive is now resting in the Provincial Archives of Alberta, in Edmonton,
Alberta, Canada.