Music From Memory's final compilation of 2017 sees the release of the double album "1 by 1", which brings together the works of American experimental musician Geoffrey Landers. During a period spanning from 1979 to 1987, this Denver, Colorado based multi-instrumentalist, composer, record producer and engineer, conceived several solo albums. Only two of these, "The Ever Decimal Pulse" and "Habitual Features" along with the single "Breedlove" were ever released on vinyl. Being heavily involved in the local industrial/punk/new wave scene and wanting to create a recording studio "available to record artists regardless of their financial circumstances" Landers set up "The Packing House Studio" in 1981. This analog 8-track recording facility was located in a former slaughterhouse in the stockyards of Denver and was a place of significant activity for the next three years with the studio releasing recordings from numerous artists most notably Allen Ginsberg.