The Many Hours at Salisbury House

by Lagowski

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I moved from Ipswich to London in 1983 and assembled the various bits of equipment I had collected in one of the attic rooms of my parents' house. These recordings show the early stages of music and noise construction I was going through as well as some more emotional tracks that would never otherwise have been released. All of the tracks were either recorded direct to cassette or first onto a Tascam 246 Portastudio, then mixed onto cassette.

During this period (1984-1987), I was also recording a lot with Stephen Jarvis as Nagamatzu, and you can find the results of those recordings elsewhere via the Motorcade Records website or Josh Cheon's Dark Entries label.

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released July 16, 2016

With thanks to Ann and Ryszard Lagowski, Stephen Jarvis, Mark Lucas (RIP), Viv Beeton, Dave Campbell, Dean Whitbread and Ingrid Vavere.

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Lagowski London

Making/recording electronic music since 1982 and before that was a drummer in a new wave band. Since 1987 he has released > 25 albums and ten 12” singles and continues to release on various labels Worldwide. Projects include Nagamatzu (co-founder, guitarist, programmer, engineer), Lustmord as engineer/programmer (e/p), Terror Against Terror (e/p), Isolrubin B.K. (e/p), S.E.T.I., Legion & Lagowski. ... more

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