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Lord Litter’s Radio On Show #24 – The Generations Unlimited Story, part 2

The introductory story to the first part of LL’s trilogy on Generations Unlimited can be read here. In the second part of the Trilogy we hear Chris Penalosa talk about his first encounter with Generations Unlimited and the impact it had on his view on music. Gen Ken Montgomery gives an insight in the goings-on while the Generator, the cassette culture meeting place in 1989, was resurrected in the P1 area of the MoMa in New York. Originally scheduled to run for a month, the Generator stayed in residence for…

LORD LITTER’S RADIO ON SHOW #23 – The Generations Unlimited Story, part 1

What is so refreshing about Lord Litter’s special on Gen Ken Montgomery and the early history of the Generator idea needs a brief introduction. I got it here. The words are by Adam Krause. ““Just what was the Generator Sound Art Gallery, and why was it so special that someone would want to recreate it in an art gallery more than twenty years after it closed?” “We’ll need to go all the way back to 1962, when Philips introduced the cassette. Then we’ll need to jump ahead to the early…