The Alan Sondheim Mail Archive


> 
> AVAILABLE NOW!
> 
> Bixobal #1
> magazine
> 56 pages, 5.5" by 8.5", 20 lb. paper, b&w
> 750 copies printed
> 
> PRICE:  $2.00 plus shipping
> 
> cover star:  Matt Heyner
> 
> features:
> 
> - the first installment of Climax Golden Twin Rob Millis' column
> "Talking Machine" in which he talks about 78 rpm records, Korean ones
> 
> - an interview with Alan Sondheim on his group All-7-70 (which
> recorded for ESP-Disk) and his solo material (which has been released
> by Fire Musuem and Qbico), plus a special review section covering his
> discography
> 
> - book dealer and artist Dave Hornor gives us the run down on books
> by Tuli Kupferburg of The Fugs
> 
> - part one of former Sun City Girl Sir Richard Bishop's Indian
> travelogue from this summer
> 
> - an extensive interview with Dave Nuss of The No-Neck Blues Band by
> Canadian writer Allan MacInnis - possibly the first interview with
> NNCK in print
> 
> - reviews of vinyl, cassettes, compacts discs and books, both new and
> old - Tetuzi Akiyama, Alvarius B., Sir Richard Bishop, Henry Brant,
> Andrew Chalk, Charalamides, Coleclough & Murmer, Joe Colley, Custom
> Floor, Herb Diamante, Bob Downes Open Music, Ferran Fages, Faust/NWW,
> Mike Hansen, Human Flesh, Monroe Golden, Ilios, irr.app.(ext.),
> Isolde, Lngtche, Marsen Jules, Agusti Martinez, Neung Phak, Pulga,
> Frederic Rzewski, Seishokki, Sonde, Sun City Girls, Supersilent,
> Tarkatak, Under Satan's Sun,
> Waldron/Stapleton/Sigmarsson/Haynes/Faulhaber, Yamauchi/Doneda, "I.D.
> Art #2", "Table for Six", Arman, Paul Burwell, Joseph Cirincione,
> dsh, Walter de Maria, Michael Isikoff and David Corn, Allan Kaprow,
> Aram Saroyan, Jan van der Marck, "The Berlin Scene 1972", Little
> Howlin' Wolf, and Silmaril
> 
> http://www.ribexibalba.com/bixobal/
> Best,
> Eric
> 
> At 10:53 PM -0400 10/15/07, Alan Sondheim wrote:
>> Just got the magazine and it looks and reads fantastic! I'd love to
>> hear the Sir* and Headless* - I'm not familiar with them. I thought
>> I came off too dull, especially next to butoh and Calcutta. By the
>> way the talk thing on Qbico isn't electronically compressed - it's
>> directly recorded from a World War II field telephone that I
>> restored! (I'm now playing w/ crystal radios among other things.)
>> 
>> I may get out to Victoria sometime - my brother's there, just across
>> the water...
>> 
>> love, Alan and thank you so much! - btw if you send me an
>> advert/blurb in email (text), I can forward it to various lists; on
>> the other hand, it might mean some mailing -
> 
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