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Tracklist

A An Introduction To Go
B1 Of The Building Of Forms By Vibrations
B2 The Howney Stone

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Touch
  • Copyright (c) – Rough Trade Music
  • Mastered At – Musitech

Credits

  • Artwork – Dr. Edward Moolenbeek
  • Design – Jon Barraclough, Jon Wozencroft
  • Lacquer Cut By – Porky
  • Liner Notes [Booklet Edited By] – J. Wozencroft*
  • Performer [The Hafler Trio Is] – Andrew M. McKenzie*, Christopher R. Watson*, Dr. Edward Moolenbeek

Notes

Sticker on front sleeve reads: "Includes 20pp booklet featuring the "acoustic painting" of Dr. Edward Moolenbeek with introduction to the work and thought of The Hafler Trio, on record in print. RRP £3.99".

From booklet:
"Cover & inserts from "Alternation, Perception and Resistance - A Comprehension Exercise", a film by Lois Stone and The Hafler Trio.
Texts recorded in interview, 21-6-86, and by postal correspondence, May-July 1986. Other excerpts from an interview with Martin Gunther at Robol Sound Recordings (UK), 1-8-82, reprinted by permission.
Thanks to Ema Maynard".

Track A ends with a repeating groove of audience clapping. Track B1 ends with repeating groove of tonal noise. To hear track B2 it is necessary to manually move the tone-arm to that track.

℗ 1986 touch © rough trade music

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, hand-etched runout): TOUCH TO:5-A1 MT. FOR ADAIR WITH LOVE ENSCRUTABLE DRINKS WITH EXPRESSIONS A GA GA. A PORKY PRIME
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, hand-etched runout): TOUCH TO:5-B1 MT. THERE IS TROUBLE IN TOILET WITH THIS ITALIAN "NAMED WINSTONI BEING OVER FRIENDLY WITH A HANDFUL OF TERRIBLES CE. A PORKY PRIME........

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TO: 5 The Hafler Trio The Sea Org ‎(12", TP) Touch TO: 5 UK 1986
Paragraph 5, Subsection 1 The Hafler Trio The Sea Org ‎(CD, Album, Enh, RM) Korm Plastics Paragraph 5, Subsection 1 Netherlands 2004

The Hafler Trio - The Sea Org FLAC album

Musician performer: The Hafler Trio

Title: The Sea Org

Country: UK

Date of release: 1986

Style: Abstract, Experimental, Ambient

Genre: Electronic

Size FLAC: 1433 mb

Rating: 4.6 / 5

Votes: 389

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Joni_Dep
The case of The Hafler Trio's 'music' was always a mystery that will never be solved. So far this fairly obscure project presented music faro from entertainment factors of listening enjoyment - their sound is not music but fascinating how it provided its invisibl, tonal soundscape. 'The Sea Org' is one in a row of an endless discography path, and to some means- anthological. Featuring The Hafler Trio in their original line-up (Chris Watson, Andrew Mackenzie and fictional dr Edward Moolenbeck), it is a pleasant if not abbrassive listening experience - 'Introduction to go' is a bizarre excursion into sound's subconsciousness indeed; with the very intro - 'Wash your brains, think again, double check' it suggests ultimate inertia at The Hafler Trio's sound loops - kicking around a bar-performed jazz piece colliding into intimidating sounds that end up with an endles but impressive audience handclapping. Due to its second side cutting a lock groove, it can be viewed as strange hommage to experimental ideas 23 Skidoo used on their 'Seven Songs' and 'The Culling Is Coming' - without the end of the beginning, with plenty to hear in the very middle.
Joni_Dep
The case of The Hafler Trio's 'music' was always a mystery that will never be solved. So far this fairly obscure project presented music faro from entertainment factors of listening enjoyment - their sound is not music but fascinating how it provided its invisibl, tonal soundscape. 'The Sea Org' is one in a row of an endless discography path, and to some means- anthological. Featuring The Hafler Trio in their original line-up (Chris Watson, Andrew Mackenzie and fictional dr Edward Moolenbeck), it is a pleasant if not abbrassive listening experience - 'Introduction to go' is a bizarre excursion into sound's subconsciousness indeed; with the very intro - 'Wash your brains, think again, double check' it suggests ultimate inertia at The Hafler Trio's sound loops - kicking around a bar-performed jazz piece colliding into intimidating sounds that end up with an endles but impressive audience handclapping. Due to its second side cutting a lock groove, it can be viewed as strange hommage to experimental ideas 23 Skidoo used on their 'Seven Songs' and 'The Culling Is Coming' - without the end of the beginning, with plenty to hear in the very middle.