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The Organ Master, Book One. Brenda Hayward's seminal treatise on the 'white heat' of technology as it touched the lives of millions during the radical years of post-war recovery. Book Two came with free slippers.


Great Moments In Techno, 5: The developers of the compact disc unveil a memorial wax effigy of Barclay James Harvest to mark the launch of their product, 1983. The effigy went on to make a further seven albums.



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Music Technology - Copyright: Music Maker Publications (UK), Future Publishing.

 

Music Technology - Dec 1993

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