Real Gone Music
The most collectible album in Dan Lacksman's catalog!
More of the composer's signature blend of synthesizer kitsch and keyboard creativity
Also features the 14-minute "Sky Lab"
Gold/orange vinyl pressing limited to 900 copies!
Pretty much all of Dan Lacksman's 1970s releases command a devout collector following, but none of them can measure up to the one he recorded in 1974 under the name Electronic System, Tchip Tchip (Vol. 3). While much of side one Tchip Tchip presents the composer's signature blend of synthesizer kitsch and boundary-breaking creativity, ranging from the oom-pah sound of the title track to the wacky "Spider," almost all of side two is devoted to the 14-minute "Sky Lab," which sounds like it came right off an Air record recorded 25 years later, with maybe a little Dark Side-era Pink Floyd thrown in. A true marvel, this track is why original copies of Tchip Tchip are downright unaffordable...it's not to be missed. Released on a gold/orange vinyl pressing limited to 900 copies!
|2.Hey – Hey|
|3.Stay with Me|
|4.In the Woods|