NOT IN STOCK
From Jim O'Rourke's liner notes...: 'Moslang-Guhl'. You'd be forgiven if you thought it was food. It's not, but they use food. Previous to Voice Crack, Norbert Moslang and Andy Guhl were longhair troublemakers on the European improvising scene, more power to them. Their first record Deep Voices (FMP 510) pictured the boys rocking out on a variety of very small percussion and very large reeds. There are 'home-made instruments', not so odd for the time, there was Hugh Davies, Michael Wiszwicz even Evan Parker was rockin an oscillator. But somewhere in St. Gallen, Switzerland, these guys were doing their homework. Knack On was released in 82, and in the interim, they must have come upon something that sent them on towards their path to Voice Crack. On this record you'll here them crossing the line, moving past the improv w/electronics sound of the Tony Oxley/Allan Davies, Paul Lovens/Paul Lytton, AMM, MEV etc. axis, jumping headfirst into everyday SOUND."