"On the CD: All rare/unreleased music, lots of raw wonderful stuff this time out, including Indian music from 78s selected by Rob Millis and three Pip Proud songs never on CD before. Artists include: Fantastic Palace, The Art Museums, Ko + Friends, Pip Proud, Bobby Charles, Rhythmical Wright Singers, Rev. Lonnie Farris, Bishop R. Mcdaniel, Puppy Hearts, Aias, Arrington De Dionyso's Malaikat Dan Singa, Teenage Panzerkorps, US Girls, Geoff Soule, Vak Ranga Rao, Mukesh, Tiruvasanaliur Narayanasami Iyer, Sembannarkovil Ramaswamy Pillay, Spencer Moody, Plankton Wat, Reading Rainbow, Human Eye, X-Ray Eyeballs, Arrington De Dionyso's Malaikat Dan Singa, Modern Women, Marisa Anderson. Lengthy interview with groundbreaking artist Bruce Conner, done for the Smithsonian in the early 1970s; Photos and text forming a kind of tour diary by your favorite member of Speedy & the Castanets, Dean Wareham; Two archival interviews with electronics pioneer Maryanne Amacher; Pip Proud in the 1960s: Excerpt from ex-Cannane David Nichols' forthcoming massive history of Australian rock on the bizarre, whispery, often revelatory work of Mr. Proud; Reprints from Tuli Kupferberg's wonderful self-published Birth Press titles from the 1960s; Some very awesome comics from the talented Brooklyn-ite Lizz Hickey; Erik Davis talks to our favorite contemporary British folkie Alasdair Roberts; New drawings by intrepid artist/musician Arrington De Dionyso; Short story by the very talented Kingston, NY resident Mimi Lipson;: A sort-of comic done by Beatriz Monteavaro just for Yeti; Vak Ranga Rao: Groovy article about a collector of Indian music 78s, image-heavy and sweet, by Rob Millis; Another comic done just for Yeti, this one by James Turek -- we are very lucky; Previously unpublished translation of under-known South American writer Joaquin V. Gonzalez; Recent works on paper by Portland, OR-based artist Alisha Wessler." 192 pages, 6" x 9" book, $11.95 cover price.