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I tell you everything, just not out loud.

by .Sue Ann Harkey.

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Loch Nest 05:25
Sue Ann Harkey: Swarmandel (indian zither), Chinese String Drum Elliot Sharp: Soprano sax, soprano clarinet November 1984
--------------------------------------------------- Kinetic Harmony Exploring conversations composed of light With sight we see the presence of empathy Through our eyes we sink - the pupils calibrate Telepathic phases - expressing the experience in sharing of another bing The profoundness of the statement Came at me from and arch I tell you everything - just not out loud We hear our breath in music and words We fell our sincerity where we meet as one We smell the taste of response with participation We see our beings converge - our eyes conceive of our love You and I do exist before we meet You and I are existing since we met Conditional conditions contrive Our evolution into the revolution of the revolution Evolution - revolution You ask: What do you want from me? I want kinetic harmony - mutuality I can't let it pass so easily Sue Ann Harkey January 1984 --------------------------------------------------- Sue Ann Harkey: Acoustic Guitar, Chimes Bass, Bowed Bass, Vocals January 1984
--------------------------------------------------- We Speculate On Our Urgency To organize - is to scrutinize We are incestuously fanatical In our urgency We the opposition are mutated and fragmented Like the delayed wake from the Polaris Sub Gliding as calmly through the Forth of Clyde As we are viewing them from the windows of our caravans We can call them black death Spray paint the villages But they are allowed - as we are allowed To both illustrate our fears, out faith Through Greenham Common and Faslane Yet the fences does not divide us from those inside And the sex does not depict offense from defense Because they know - that we know ONly as active pacifists Can we achieve peace for them, for us To organize is to separate We speculate - on our urgency Sue Ann Harkey July 1984 --------------------------------------------------- Sue Ann Harkey: Mandalin, Vocals Chris Cochrane: Guitar July 1984
Sue Ann Harkey: Tenor Guitar Zeena Parkins: Harp September 1984
Om-Mobile 03:33
Sue Ann Harkey: Prepared 12 string guitar Robert Hinrix: Gutar Sharon Gannon: Bells, echo-plex, vocals January 1984 and January 1985
Sue Ann Harkey: Prepared 12 string guitar, vocals February 1985
Sue Ann Harkey: Harp Robert Hinrix: Acoustic guitar September 1984
Intent 05:12
--------------------------------------------------- INTENT The tendency of intent Another dray spent Another moon arisen Another poem given Another letter written Another day driven away by night despite the flight of all intent even good intent learning I'm learning time lent another day that got away slipped through the fingers while still fitted in a fist with a flick of the wrist Then the closing of the eyes all dreams All schemes slip away Robert Hinrix 198? --------------------------------------------------- Sue Ann Harkey: Tenor guitar, Chinese string drum, vocals Robert Hinrix: Flute
--------------------------------------------------- Time Is Not Three Things; But One In the present is the future and the past To present a pre-sent precent "Yet the future is forever in the future And the present is always present, And the past is forever in the past" History is already happening Time is not three things but one People can not see evolution Because they're caught up in the motion There's more room in motion Never forever - Never foreverness 1 + 1 + 1 is 1 Sue Ann Harkey December 1983 --------------------------------------------------- Sue Ann Harkey: Mandolin, vocals December 1983
Sue Ann Harkey: Mandolin X 2 December 1983
Tenor Solo 01:31
Sue Ann Harkey: Tenor guitar January 1984
Approaches 05:02
Sue Ann Harkey: Prepared 6 string guitar Fred Chalenor: Bass November 1983 - February 1985
--------------------------------------------------- Cause And Effect We are a civilization focused on The effects and not the cause This is itself is a duality It is a temporary society - so busy With a short attention span We can only deal with singular issues It's not meant for us to comprehend The connection between Animal Liberation And Ethiopia's starvation The Emphasis is on expertise To do one thing - To be one thing And so to the artist we are considered political people And to the political people we are considered artists And this implies that we are not either role - to either (i-ther) - but aether A disposable society - wasting in an abundance With mass turn-over - but no recycling Production for production sake - profit Disregarding the consequences of its Buy-Products Since they think that they will not be personally Affected or responsible - But they know someone will be There are definitions - to each is owned In many cases they are defined by others - then reified Ones own experiences do describe Our perceptive tools are those of another For discoveries by our own means Is the conjunction forever recognizable And the troops in South Africa and Chile Are rounding up all the men - just like them The line drawn from both sides Is the gift of authority to be exercised The duality which separates: Right from wrong Give and take Rich from poor White form black Victim and victimizer Carries on in its tradition These are the attributes of a cause Not in retrospect of its effects Sue Ann Harkey November 1984 --------------------------------------------------- Sue Ann Harkey: Bowed 12 string guitar, mallet bass, bowed bass, vocals


Thanks to noise-arch.net for scans of cassette booklet.


released May 5, 1985


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