900 - 988 MUSIC - LPs and CDs (The collection of Remko Scha)
= Miscellaneous lot. Incl. records of David Bowie, Cabaret Voltaire, Donovan, Brian Eno, Bryan Ferry, Holy Modal Rounders, The Human League, Incredible String Band, Pink Floyd/ Syd Barrett, Roxy Music, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Sparks, Phil Spector, T Rex, Talking Heads, Tom Verlaine, Robert Wyatt.
= Miscellaneous lot. Incl. records of 23 Skidoo, Amazulu, Blondie, Camper van Beethoven, Nick Cave, Elvis Costello, The Cramps, Mink DeVille, Eddie and the Hot Rods, Eurythmics, The Feelies, Last Few Days, Lydia Lunch, Mekons, Scritti Politti, Wendy O. Williams, XTC.
= Self released minimal pop record. Duration: 52 seconds (side A)/ 44 seconds (side B).
Idem. How I love your paintings. Eos Records, ER31, 1981, 7".
= Sleeve SIGNED "for Remko with love [signature]". Block/ Glasmeier, Broken Music p.181.
Idem. Paul McMahon. Neutral Records, N-13, 1986. - ADDED: a col. silkscreen by the same (signed and "AP 3/7" in pencil on verso).
- Sleeve trifle chipped.
= Extremely rare conceptual art record. Side A contains the first 10 seconds of each of the top one hundred songs of the past decade (at that time). On side B, "a professional drummer was contracted to play along with a prerecorded tape. (He hadn't previously heard). He was told only that the tape went through a number of changes and that he should play continuously along with the music, always searching for a point of reference (allowing him to play without changing his rhythm)."
- Two sm. price tickets on frontcover.
Idem. Chelsea Girl. MGM Records, 2353025, 1971, reissue. Idem. Live in Denmark. VU Records, Nico 1, 1983, picture disc. Cale, John. Vintage Violence. Columbia, CS 1037, 1970. Idem. The Academy in Peril (Reprise Records, MS2079, 1972, gatefold sleeve by ANDY WARHOL). - AND 13 others, i.a. NICO, Desertshore (1971); IDEM, Camera Obscura (1985); IDEM, JOHN CALE and BRIAN ENO, 1974 (1974); JOHN CALE, Paris 1919 (1973); IDEM, Helen of Troy (1975); IDEM, Honi soit (1981) and IDEM, Artificial intelligence (1985).
= Very rare minimalist/ experimental art record. Block/ Glasmeier, Broken Music p.200f.
AND 6 others, released by TABLE OF THE ELEMENTS, all one-sided on transparent coloured vinyl and picture disc, in orig. transparent plastic sleeve (recordings by Loren Connors, Arnold Dreyblatt, John Fahey, Laurie Spiegel, Rafael Toral and San Agustin).
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XXVII.
- Sleeve w. scotch tape along upper and lower edge.
Snow, Michael. Musics for piano, whistling, microphone and tape recorder. Chatham Square Productions, 1009/10, 1975, double-LP, gatefold sleeve. - AND 2 others: MNEMOSISTS, Some attributes of a living system (1980) and TONY CONRAD, Fantastic Glissando (2003, reissue).
= Comprises works by Henk Badings, Kid Baltan, Tom Dissevelt and Dick Raaijmakers.
Raaijmakers, Dick. The complete Tape Music. 3-CD, idem, 3091562, 2006, in clamshell box w. accomp. booklet. Dobbelsteen, Jan van den. Cosmic Volume 1-5. 5 CDs, not on label, no number, 1995-1997. Andriessen, Louis. Base. All the Pianoworks.2-CD, Attacca, 2598, 2005. - AND 28 other CDS, all by Dutch artists/ composers, i.a. by JAAP BLONK (2x: Averschuw, Vocalor), STEPHEN EMMER (mft vol.II), FRED VAN HOVE (Flux, 2-CD), GUUS JANSSEN (Harpsichord), HUUB DE LANGE (Life and Death in a Street-Organ), MUSIC BOX (32 composities voor muziekdoos), GERT-JAN PRINS (Cavity), REMKO SCHA AND THE MACHINES (As Is) and YENS & YENS (Outside)