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limited to 500 copies worldwide
For the very first time, the lost work of British electronic music pioneer Frederick Charles Judd sees the light of day on the fledgling Public Information label. 'Electronics Without Tears' represents a mammoth undertaking between Public Information, film-artist Ian Helliwell and F.C. Judd's widow Freda and son, Peter. Trawling through his tape archives, Public Information have pulled an hour's worth of material into a sonic whole that easily stands alongside that of more well-known 60's peers Delia Derbyshire, Daphne Oram and John Baker.
Born in East London, 1914 Judd would go on to pursue a career marked by innovation, invention, exploration, proclaiming and trailblazing the New Electronic music sound across the country through magazine, lecture and radio. The 35 tracks on 'Electronics Without Tears' highlight a prolific and thrilling era in Fred's life, next-generation music and sound entirely made at home, with self-built equipment, that pre-dates the likes of Bob Moog's classic modular synth.
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