Voila Enough!

Voila Enough!

Alterations (featuring Beresford, Cusack, Day & Toop)

Alterations was one of the premier British improvising groups of the 1970s. Comprised of four omnivorous multi-instrumentalists - Steve Beresford, David Toop, Terry Day and Peter Cusack - they represented an important crossing zone between abstaction and pop, incorporating elements of punk, indigenous musics and hip-hop (Toop wrote the influential study Rap Attack, as well as his more recent book Ocean of Sound) into their free play.

Compiled and exhaustively annotated by Toop, Voila Enough! consists of previously unreleased music from '79-'81, packaged with a gallery of unpublished photos by Gerard Rouy.