Vinyl LP pressing. Between 1973 and 1979 multi-instrumentalist Ron Warren Ganderton - under the name Sound Ceremony - along with a rotating cast of accompanists (including future members of the Pretenders, late period progressive rockers Quasar, and Subway Sect) created a hard to narrowly define, small catalog of sounds praised by private-press hunters, esoteric appreciators and 'out of time' searchers. Ganderton's output holds echoes of monotone mavens like proto-punks Jonathan Richman and Lou Reed, similarities to cult-raved acts such as Armand Schaubroeck and Kenneth Higney, and carries a loose influence of the 'talking blues' tradition while maintaining a uniqueness and singularity laced with '60s fuzz, primitive and skittering rhythms, and alternately confrontational and heart-on-sleeve topicality-thusly eking out it's own sonic territory with a population of one. To put it down succinctly, just like a period advertisement did, Ron Warren Ganderton is, 'One of rock's individuals.' Insert with detailed liner notes from Jeremy Cargill (Ugly Things/Got Kinda Lost), plus rare photos.
Letter To Moma
Come The Change
Blues Miss Your Mind
Booze, Drugs And Sound
The Lady And Me
I'll Go To Hell For Your Love My Lady
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