Two pieces of ephemera from the Y New Music Festival presented in Washington D.C. by the Washington Performing Arts Society and District Curators, Inc. as "a tribute by Washington musicians to the upcoming Fifth Annual New Music America Festival."
Illustrated with black and white photographs; a few in color. Covers Ferry's early years and the band from its formation through 1981; written before the release of Avalon but promises that "the band will be back, probably in 1982."
Nin's own reading of a piece from her "House of Incest," with electronic music by Bebe and Louis Barron, who would score FORBIDDEN PLANET two years later. Soundtrack to the experimental film "Bells of Atlantis" (1952), directed by Hugh Guiler (Ian Hugo), Nin's husband.