Paradigm Discs

MORPHOGENESIS - In Streams (Volume 2)

"2001 release. Like Volume 1, this CD also contains excerpts from three concerts (all in London this time) and a studio piece. Morphogenesis plays a few concerts a year, almost always in London. Concerts have always yielded their most varied material, but until now, their CDs have mainly documented their studio work. Both volumes of In Streams redress this. Of the concerts; one is a whole piece from the Spitz concert organized by Eddie Prévost, then there is a short extract from the Red Rose which has an ominous feel to it that is only partially due to the hostile audience. Finally, there is the whole of their Sonic Youth support gig at the Shepherds Bush Empire which also has some interesting audience reactions -- the initial cheer of approval on this piece was not because we had finally started, but rather due to a well-aimed missile from the front row. This release comes in similar packaging as Volume 1." - Paradigm Discs .
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