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Full performer name: Mother Mallard's Portable Masterpiece Co.
Mother Mallard's Portable Masterpiece Co.: David Borden, Judy Borsher, Steve Drews (keyboards, synthesizer).
Engineers include: Barney Cole, David Wickstrom, Steve Drews.
Recorded at Celebration Sound, Ithaca, New York in 1976. Originally released on Earthquack (002). Includes liner notes by David Borden, Judy Borsher & Steve Drews.
Digitally remastered by Alex Perialas (Pyramid Sound).
Mother Mallard was an electronic trio who prefigured not only the '90s electronica boom, but much of the synthesizer-based music of the '70s. They were purportedly the first American all-synth ensemble, and though they never achieved mainstream success, their level of importance in on a par with contemporaries like Tangerine Dream (whose mid-'70s sound is suggested here). Unlike T. Dream, Vangelis, or any other '70s electronic giants, Mother Mallard was more closely aligned with academia-oriented New Music types such as John Cage and Gordon Mumma than with the rock world. This may account for their relatively low profile, but their music as represented here strikes a comfortable balance between the cerebral minimalism of Terry Riley and the accessible melodic approach of Klaus Schulze, Synergy, et al.

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Full performer name: Mother Mallard's Portable Masterpiece Co.
Mother Mallard's Portable Masterpiece Co.: David Borden, Judy Borsher, Steve Drews (keyboards, synthesizer).
Engineers include: Barney Cole, David Wickstrom, Steve Drews.
Recorded at Celebration Sound, Ithaca, New York in 1976. Originally released on Earthquack (002). Includes liner notes by David Borden, Judy Borsher & Steve Drews.
Digitally remastered by Alex Perialas (Pyramid Sound).
Mother Mallard was an electronic trio who prefigured not only the '90s electronica boom, but much of the synthesizer-based music of the '70s. They were purportedly the first American all-synth ensemble, and though they never achieved mainstream success, their level of importance in on a par with contemporaries like Tangerine Dream (whose mid-'70s sound is suggested here). Unlike T. Dream, Vangelis, or any other '70s electronic giants, Mother Mallard was more closely aligned with academia-oriented New Music types such as John Cage and Gordon Mumma than with the rock world. This may account for their relatively low profile, but their music as represented here strikes a comfortable balance between the cerebral minimalism of Terry Riley and the accessible melodic approach of Klaus Schulze, Synergy, et al.
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$35.00
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$15.98
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