Worlds Within Worlds: Part I And II is one of the most important experimental and improvised jazz-based recordings of all time.
- Released in 1971, for WWW, Kirchin slowed down his own field recordings, creating layers of noise, symphonies of slowness, and then encouraged his jazz associates including Derek Bailey and Evan Parker to improvise along.
- A keystone in the development of ambient sounds.
- New full color, gatefold sleeve.
- Includes new sleeve notes by Kirchin collector, Thurston Moore (Sonic Youth).
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