↑ Recordings of solo saxophone improvisations with car horns connected to foot pedals made onto cassette tape in 1988. The cassettes were neglected for 25 years during which time they began to decay. The decayed tapes were then digitised and remixed to create the tracks on this album.
Track 7 "I can see us some April night" combines metal scrapings with a recording of a performance at the Polar Bear Club in Wandsworth London in 1989 for rubber tube with saxophone mouthpiece.
Track 8 "I sing to my computer" combines more recent vocal recordings with recordings of randomly generated sine waves created on an early PC (the BBC micro) in the 1980s
Other examples of randomly generated computer music made using the arcane programming language BBC basic can be heard below