In 1972 Péron, Sosna and Diermaier also collaborated with the violinist Tony Conrad on an album entitled Outside the Dream Syndicate; the record was released at low price in the UK and was at the time one of the few available examples of drone-based minimalism.

A live recording from 1995 of a later concert, entitled “Outside The Dream Syndicate Alive” featuring Tony Conrad, Zappi & Jean-Hervé of Faust and Jim O’Rourke was released in Autumn 2005. This recording is considered by many to be more successful than the 1972 studio version with Jean-Hervé playing so hard he snaps a bass string and shreds his fingers.

Edited by Dinos24 on 28 Jan 2009, 11:32

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