Joe Jones

 
Joe Jones (1934-1993) is a New York musician and member of Fluxus which he joined in 1963 after meeting Dick Higgins and Alison Knowles. Jones is best-known for being the inventor of the music machines, a set of mechanical instruments used during experimental performances. In 1972 he produced John Lennon and Yoko Ono's album Fly, and founded Fluxus Airlines with George Maciunas. In the mid-eighties, Joe Jones also produced a series of computer-based short films called Fluxus Homes Movies.
 
Joe Jones - A Garden Party at Erik Andersch\'s - Solar Music by Joe Jones – 26 June 1983 (vinyl LP + book)
2016
French edition
Edition Telemark
out of stock
Music performance by Joe Jones's Solar orchestra recorded at a Erik Andersch's Garden party in 1983. This edition includes the reissue of a rare photographic book documenting the event, as well as a poster and a postcard.
Joe Jones - Solar Music at Sierksdorf, Ostsee (vinyl LP)
2016
French edition
Edition Telemark
out of stock
A solar music by Joe Jones, performed and recorded early morning April 1, 1984, on the Baltic Sea beach of Sierksdorf in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.


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