Monday, January 26, 2009

Gregory Jones & Roy Sablosky: No Imagination LP


Here is a rare LP from Roy Sablosky and the late Gregory Jones. Hailing from San Francisco, Gregory Jones was a producer and underground electronic music pioneer in the early 80s. He was the producer (and essentially the fourth member) of SF EBM/electro band Infant Bonds of Joy, whose sole LP I previously posted here. This LP is a collaboration of Jones and another musician named Roy Sablosky, about whom I know nothing. The music here is pure experimental electronic noise. It was released in 1980 on Vinyl Records (creative, no?); the only other release on that label that I know of was the Standard of Living mLP.

Gregory Jones & Roy Sablosky - No Imagination LP
1980, Vinyl Records
A1 No Moon No Mirror
A2 Intro (Summer Names)
B1 Diverted To Frankfurt (For Twelve Pulse Generators)
B2 Forced

Click here to download the record!

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

There is something wrong with file - I dowloaded it but I can`t open it. Can you check that?

Stan.

Roy Sablosky said...

I happen to know that Roy Sablosky has a blog at YASHWATA.info. He writes about music, politics, and some other stuff. (The name stands for "yet another secular humanist with all the answers".) He has not written music lately but he does make photographs; search for 'roy sablosky' at imagekind.com.

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Anonymous said...

Hi there,
wondering if you could re-post this album? (Another blog has a post of the Creel Pone pirate reissue, but the sound quality is shocking)
thanks!
Chris

Anonymous said...

Hi there,
would love it if this album was reposted... zshare doesn't work anymore.

regards
Chris

Anonymous said...

Could you please re-post this interesting record? Zshare no longer works.
regards,
Chris

Anonymous said...

Hi,
could you please re-post this rip? Zshare doesn't work anymore.
Thanks very much,
regards
Chris

Anonymous said...

Thanks, I forgot about this for a while and just now came back to find the link works. Thanks very much!
Chris