This is a live recording made onto a one track tape deck at the Midwest "Pages To Prisoners" project in Bloomington, Indiana. Presumably it was part of their punishment; the FDA really could have had 'em all out in five minutes at Waco if they'd had this instead of Jethro Tull. The two parts of the track seem to have nothing to distinguish them from one another. Instrumentation is a mix of brass and strings and the style could loosely be called experimental jazz. Violin strings are scraped while trombone, trumpet and sax are honked apparently at random, occasionally coming together into a grating sound which would set dogs howling and cats running for cover. The work ebbs and well.. unebbs (I just can't bring myself to say 'flows') and the drum and bass provide some context at times. However we frequently return to the constipated brasswork and excoriating strings.
If you have a pet loving relative you particularly dislike, get her this for Christmas. Truly awful.
1. All the money is gone pt 1
2. All the money is gone pt 2