To No Avail

by Ken Moore

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Originally released in 1983 on the cassette from Anvil Creations, this album could be considered Ken's fourth "electronic music" work in his EM series beginning with Tempus Fugit, then To Come Into Being, and thirdly, Loubi Stem. Two (of 3) of the abstract organ works appeared on the 1999 release, "Extractions From My Convictions", the first of a collection of early sound works released on a compact disc for the first time (available from MDN a.k.a. Creative Musicians' Coalition in their AfterTouch magazine). These eight pieces (and one bonus track) have been re-mixed just this year for this special re-issue. Two works were recorded on a Synergy Polyphonic Digital Synthesizer, courtesy of Don Slepian, and the two shorts are experimental in nature. The title track compiled entirely on an ARP Odyssey synthesizer. The bonus track was played on a home-made harpsichord, with ARP synth added later.

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released January 1, 2014

Ken Moore- Hammond M-2 organ, ARP Odyssey synthesizer, kalimba, Synergy polyphonic, harpsichord and found sounds [recordings]

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Moore/Myers Ohio

Having spent years as a keyboardist for many rock bands, Ken has recently expanded his music to include a wide variety of percussion instruments.
While guitarist, David Wayne Myers, and multi-instrumentalist, Ken Moore, had collaborated in the late 1980's, their music lives on through Auricle Music in Great Britain. Ken Moore continues to release music from his past, and also creates new sounds.
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