The long awaited second collection of Raymond Scott electronica will be issued June 30th. Three Willow Park: Electronic Music from Inner Space, 1961-1971, features 61 previously unreleased recordings by Scott from the decade before he left New York to work in L.A. for Motown. Most tracks were recorded on devices Scott invented, and his Motown Electronium will be heard for the first time on disc. The 3-LP/2-CD set serves as a companion to the Y2K collection Manhattan Research, Inc. Many tracks feature hypnotic rhythms played by Scott's Electronium — an invention which composed and performed using programmed intelligence. That Scott produced beat-oriented proto-techno before the 1970s explosion of electronic music and rhythms on the pop charts is a significant achievement that should not be overlooked. Three Willow Park includes an extensive booklet with historical chronicles, photos, a timeline, family remembrances, track notes, and ephemera. The album, on Basta, was produced by Gert-Jan Blom and Irwin Chusid, with Jeff Winner as Associate Producer.