* 1. Like The Others * 2. In A White Room * 3. Going Out Of My Head / For Your Love
* 4. Comme Les Autres ... [mp3] * 5. Interview * 6. Wild Boys
THEORETICALLY CHINESE :: Re-released 2004 / LTM
Recorded in 1984-'85 and originally released by Les Disques du Crepuscule. Theoretically Chinese features a stellar supporting cast of Post-punk royalty including Jah Wobble (Public Image Ltd.), Stephan Morris (New Order) , Dave Formula (Magazine), and Simon Topping (A Certain Ratio), plus backing vocals from Niki Mono and Sussan Deyhim. Bonus tracks on this CD feature some of Tong's more left-field material, including the epic 16-min. piece "The Hunger", and the previously unreleased "Dream Assassins". Booklet contains a detailed bio (written by James Nice) & archive images.
MISERERE Released 2003 / LTM
MISERERE ("Mercy") was composed in 1985 for a modern ballet of the same name staged by Belgian choreographer Pierre Droulers, based on the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice. The lyrics were written by Winston Tong, the music being a collaboration with celebrated Persian-born dancer and vocalist Sussan Deyhim. Remarkable in that it was recorded using voices alone, and employs no instruments at all. The effect is both eerie and seductive, and always hypnotic. Closer in tone to Tong's meditative cycle Like the Others (1982) than to his ''pop' album Theoretically Chinese (1985), Miserere is now revealed as a major work, which for many years was thought to have been lost. The booklet features Winston's poetic text for Miserere, and still shots from the performance. [MP3] [TRACKLIST] [REVIEWS]
MINERS' BENEFIT ::::::::: Tuxedomoon, Negative Trend, Sleepers, UXA (Live in SF, 1978) Released 2003 / White Noise Records
An --> (APPARENTLY NOT AVAILABLE!!) CD from White
Noise Records entitled MINERS' BENEFIT,
from a live benefit show for striking coal miners in Kentucky, which took place in
[TRACKLIST] // [MP3]
*CURRENTLY NOT AVAILABLE!*
INVITATION TO THE VOYAGE (VIDEO / CD) Self-released 2002
From a live recording of a performance at The Salon in San Francisco, featuring Tong reading from his own French-to-English translation of Charles Baudelaire's "L'Invitation Au Voyage". Amazing lighting effects were provided by Mike Simfender. Video footage and editing by Eddy Falconer. Each cover comes hand-decorated by Winston.
Two Versions Available: One as an audio-only CD, while the other includes video footage -- each features different material from the same performance.>> ORDER CD >> ORDER VIDEOTAPE- (VHS format)
*Sorry, not yet available on DVD format ...
BEATEN TO THE BONE Various Artists (CD) Lure/ Black Madonna Productions, 1998
THE DINOSAUR COLORING BOOK | by Malcolm Whyte, illustrated by Winston Tong Price, Stern, & Sloat
In 1969, Winston was commissioned by Troubodor Books to illustrate this, "The Dinosaur Coloring Book", which has remained in continuous publicaton to this day! Could make a cool gift for all your hipster's friends kids...
The original 1969 cover