Somewhere In Arizona 1970

In 1988, The Kitchen hosted the Imaginary Landscape Festival for Electronic Music. For eight nights, 12 different cutting edge artists from the techno scene hosted musical performances  at The Kitchen. "Blue" Gene Tyranny performed 'Somewhere in Arizona 1970' on March 6th with Tom Buckner. The piece is part of larger collection entitled 'The Somewhere Songs' which combines Buckner's baritone vocals and Gene Tyranny's electronic music production, to create different scores that tell stories about different friendships in various circumstances.




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