made from impressions of a summer day in the Rose Garden at Chalkwell Hall Park; the "libretto" describes some overheard conversations which were surreptitiously recorded, analyzed, but not sampled. Something of an hommage to Robert Ashley, too.
supported by 6 fans who also own “at Chalkwell Park”
Carl Stone is a master. The tracks match the album cover & are highly hallucinatory. Each one is distinct too, & very different from what I've heard of his earlier work. Nothing jams harder than the closing track "Panchita" though. I must've listened to it over 50 times. Mike DeRoitr