Born in a musical family with a jazz pianist father. after moving from Paris to New York, composer/pianist Elodie Lauten has been creating post-minimal music since the 1980s, working with Arthur Russell and other musicians. This private cassette release that contains the performance performed at the gallery, which is considered one of the early works. Side A is a group of tracks composed of 2-3 minutes centered on her own piano. A8 to B side include experimental/Improvisation sounds with percussionist Layne Redmond, who is also a member of Música Esporádica, and soprano singer Dora Ohrenstein. Indescribable "taste" sound with modulation, complex tone, delicate and dynamism. Just being able to experience this sound makes feel contended. It's a phantom one that almost does not even appear on the market like other cassette works that seem to exist in a very small number.