GETTING RID OF THE GLUE is a phrase first used by Henry Cowell before introducing the music of Christian Wolff, Earl Brown, Morton Feldman, and John Cage at a New School concert in 1950s. John Cage in his influential lecture entitled _¢??History of Experimental Music in the United States_¢?¬ù recounts the remarks of Henry Cowell.\r\nThat here were ... composers getting rid of glue. That is: Where people had felt the necessity to stick sounds together to make a continuity, we ... felt the opposite necessity to get rid of the glue so that sounds would be themselves." - John Cage\r\nThis will be the first in a series of "Getting Rid of the Glue" themed LPs dedicated to improv / experimental / & noise music. Limited to 300 LPs so they wont last long.\r\nIncludes a 11x17 xerox poster with art contributed by each of the bands." - Pendu Gallery.\r\nIncludes Dirty Churches, Spin-17, K.P., BIG A little a, Fessenden, Eager Meek, Mialessot + Daniel Carter + Old Ghost, Maria Chavez, Talibam, and Excepter.