Larry Dubin and CCMC

After the untimely death of Larry Dubin in 1978, only 47 years young, Michael Snow compiled what he and the group thought were some of the best recordings that really emphasized the unique drumming tsunami that was Larry Dubin. The resulting 3 LP box set, financed with money left to Snow in Larry Dubin’s will, shows an incredibly diverse body of work from the unmatched torrent of electricity/percussion that is Circuitry to the tumultuous tone float of Radio in a Stolen Car. The breadth of sound across these 6 sides of vinyl is truly staggering.

 

Line up:

Larry Dubin: percussion, drums, marimba, pipe drums
Al Mattes: bass, percussion, guitar
Casey Sokol: piano, percussion
Michael Snow: synthesizer, trumpet, percussion, piano, copper tubophone
Peter Anson: guitar, kettle harp, vegematic
Nobuo Kubota: percussion, alto & tenor sax

 

This is the original Music Gallery Edition release of recordings between 1976 – 1978.


MGE 15


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Larry Dubin & CCMC (3 LP Set) $50.00

 

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