Oakland, 1977, Published by Author. 1/100, Signed. Softcover in illustrated wraps. Very good+ in lightly toned cover wither toned newsprint pages & one loose page. Excellent condition for an ephemeral and scarce piece. Gold was an original member of The League of Automatic Music Composers, the first networked computer music group, based at Mills College in Oakland, California in the late 1970's. This publication is from a student performance by Gold (performed with "a KIM-1, 6502 MP system with 1K of memory") made one year before the founding of the League, making it a rare early document in the development of computer music. Only 100 printed, this copy signed by the artist and numbered 1/100.