Amaya, Mario, editor, with John Lennon, Yoko Ono, Christopher Logue, and John Ta
50025 New York Roaring Fork Press 1970 First printing 8" Flexidiscs only (33 1/3 rpm). Sections 10 & 11 from Aspen No. 7, the multimedia magazine of the arts published by Phyllis Johnson from 1965 to 1971. First flexidisc is Christopher Logue reading New Numbers, on one side and, on the other, John Taverner's Three Songs for Surrealists (For Rene Magritte; For Max Ernst; For Salvador Dali)--music for viola, piano, drums and tape by (and played by) John Taverner; words by Edward Lucie-Smith, with mezzo-soprano Honor McKellar. Second flexidisc is Yoko Ono and John Lennon's No Bed for Beatle John, on one side, and on the other Yoko Ono's Song for John, Snow Is Falling All the Time, Mum's Only Looking for Her Hand, and John Lennon's Radio Play and Northern Songs Ltd. Both discs are in near fine condition, unscratched, with a small shallow dent on grooves of the Lennon. Both discs are contained within a decorated paper folder (Section 9) with the words to the songs printed on the inside. Monaural recordings.
Yoko Ono & John Lennon.
Text printed in item 9.
Side B: Radio Play
Song for John
Let's Go On Flying
Snow Is Falling All the Time
Mum's Only Looking for Her Hand in the Snow