Peter Zummo's Arthur Russell-Featuring 'Zummo with an X' Gets Reissue Treatment
Optimo co-founder JD Twitch said in a statement [via The Quietus], "I first discovered Peter Zummo when I first discovered Arthur Russell. I kept hearing that trombone sound throughout Arthur's music and through scanning through various label credits made the connection that this Peter Zummo character was a constant collaborator with Arthur."
Russell's cello appears throughout Zummo with an X, which was recorded as a trio with Bill Ruyle on tabla. This 180-gram vinyl version will mark the first time the album has been available on wax since 1985.
At the bottom of the page, hear an eight-minute extract of the 20-minute "Song IV." Assuming that the songs contained on the reissue are the same as on past pressings, the tracklist is below.
Zummo with an X:
1. Song IV 2. Instruments: I. Half-Steps
3. Instruments: II. Sixths
4. Instruments: III. Whole Steps
5. Instruments: IV. Sevenths
6. Instruments: V. Chromatic Fourths
7. Instruments: VI. Unisons
8. Instruments: VII. Four Notes, Large Intervals
9. Lateral Pass: I. Sci Fi
10. Lateral Pass: II. Slow Heart
11. Lateral Pass: III. Song VI
12. Lateral Pass: IV. Song IV
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