This index includes only vinyl recordings; entries within years are approximate
Notes: Angus MacLise plays drums on the b-side track titled The Joyous Lake, recorded live at St. Mark’s Church-In-The-Bowery in New York City. The flexi-disc was included in Aspen Magazine, No. 9, edited by Hetty and Angus MacLise. The Joyous Lake is an excerpt from Invasion Of The Thunderbolt Pagoda film soundtrack.
Notes: Comes in plastic bag with 7″, piece of Angus chocolate, pack of Kathmandu papers, Angus incense cone, “Far Out” badge, and Angus mail order list.
Notes: Limited to 300 numbered copies. The cover image, “Shadow of the Poet”, is adapted from the Angus MacLise book The Subliminal Report, Starstreams Poetry Series Number 4, published by Bardo Matrix in Kathmandu, Nepal in 1975.
Notes: Composed by Angus MacLise; recorded in New York City.
Notes: Live recordings of Angus MacLise, Tony Conrad, and Jack Smith from the MacLise tape archive. In a silkscreened sleeve.
First issue released in an edition of 500 copies, to accompany the Dreamweapon – The Art and Life of Angus MacLise 1938-1979 exhibition, May 2011.
Second issue of 500 copies released to commemorate the opening of the Angus MacLise – Dreamweapon exhibit at CIAP-Hasselt, Belgium.
Sleeve is a silk-screened print with red and blue colours. The second pressing includes a risograph-printed 8 page booklet of the text to “Les Evening Gowns Damnées” illustrated with a reproduction of one side of an original Theatre of Jack Smith promotional brochure.
Notes: Released in a screen-printed sleeve, limited to 500 unnumbered copies. Includes a risograph-printed facsimile of Year, a broadside by Angus MacLise originally issued by The Dead Language in 1965.
Notes: “Dreamweapon III” is a an archival release of recordings made by Angus MacLise with Tony Conrad.
Two issues (blue and purple ink) each released in an edition of 500, to accompany the Dreamweapon – The Art and Life of Angus MacLise 1938-1979 exhibition, May 2011.
Notes: Recorded and performed in 1965.