Easy Listening for the Hard of Hearing
|This article does not cite any references or sources. (March 2015)|
|Easy Listening for the Hard of Hearing|
|Studio album by Boyd Rice
Easy Listening for the Hard of Hearing is a collaboration album between Boyd Rice and Frank Tovey, recorded in 1981, but released in 1984 on Mute Records, and is composed on 12 tracks labeled "extractions" 1-12. Each extraction is a minimalist noise song, none of which use any conventional musical instruments. Instead the two use various everyday objects, a gas fire, water pipes and any furniture that happened to by lying around Blackwing Studios as instruments.
|This 1980s pop album-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|