10%, File under Burroughs / a Delinquenté Production for Sub Rosa ; produced by Frank Rynne and Joe Ambrose

Retrieving Holdings Information
Subjects: Burroughs, William S., 1914-1997
Gysin, Brion
Formats: Sound Recording, CD
Material Type: Musical sound recording -- Monograph
Language: English
Audience: Unspecified
Published: Syosset, N.Y. : Dutch East India Trading [distributor], c1996
LC Classification: P, PS
Physical Description: 2 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in
Alternate Titles: 10 per cent, File under Burroughs
Ten per cent, File under Burroughs
Portion of title: File under Burroughs
Additional Authors: Rynne, Frank
Burroughs, William S., 1914-1997
Gysin, Brion
Delinquenté Productions
Sub Rosa Studios
Notes: Includes text by William S. Burroughs and Brion Gysin
Compact discs
Booklet inserted in container
Contents: Disc 1: Islamic Diggers, William Burroughs don't play guitar (4:54) -- Divination, Divination one (3:42) -- Bomb the Bass, 5 ml. barrel (version) (5:00) -- Scanner, Gazelle in the Desert (mellow mix) (4:59) -- Material, Ineffect (7:32) -- Your Nemesis, His name is William Burroughs (5:18) -- Scanner, Gazelle in the desert (7:01) -- Islamic Diggers, Hashishin (3:45) -- Brion Gysin, Cut up (1:45) -- Islamic Diggers, Radio Alamut (0:23) --
Contents: Disc 2: Joujouka and Hamri, Here to go blessing (0:47) -- Herbert Huncke & Chuck Prophet, I travelled mostly on the road (4:21) -- Marianne Faithful & The Master Musicians of Joujouka, My only friend (2:03) -- William Burroughs, For here to go (5:18) -- John Cale, Dying on the vine (3:39) -- Remembering Brion (2:25) -- Terry Wilson, The sorcerer's apprentice, (2:16) -- Paul Bowles, Visiting Gysin's studio (2:46) -- Gnoua Brotherhood of Marrakesh, Liallah ou gnouai (15:45) -- Joe Ambrose, Hassan in the city (2:45) -- Stanley Booth & Chuck Prophet, The little goat god (4:06) -- The Master Musicians of Joujouka, L'Aitaa (the call) (5:41) -- Brion Gysin, From here to go (3:36)
Summary: A compilation of dance and trance music some of which uses texts by Burroughs and Gysin, designed as a tribute to them and to their spirit of wild experimentation and cut-up method of writing
OCLC Number: 85180386