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Edward Marlo Streamlined Discernment one out of three, OOSOOM
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1941 14
Neal Elias No Gimmick Card Spread long spread, using perpendicular card
Related toVariations 1946 18
Paul LePaul Deceptive Perception five red-backed cards and one blue-backed card change into five blue-backed cards and one red-backed card
Related toVariations 1949 135
Paul LePaul A Quadruplicate Mystery four spectators each find their selection
Related toVariations 1949 165
Edward Marlo The Follow Up Aces Aces lost in deck come to top
Related toVariations 1953 91
Edward Marlo Tis Rough on Hofzinser
Variations Dec. 1959
Ibidem (Issue 19)
40
Edward Marlo Unbelievable Aces
Related to 1970 145
Allan Ackerman The Spectator Refuses to Cut to the Four Aces
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1970 7
Edward Marlo This is a Four King Trick transformation kicker
Variations Fall-Spring 1971
Hierophant (Issue 5-6)
280
Peter Kane Jazz Aces
VariationsAlso published here 1971 8
Edward Marlo The Mental Secret thought-of card matches card chosen from another pack, rough/smooth red/blue menetekel, and "Marlo Deck" (roughed with every other card red/blue double backer)
Related to 1976 204
Roger Smith Basic Maxi-Twist suggested as a problem by Wilbur Kattner, four Aces turn over one by one
VariationsAlso published here 1976 1
Edward Marlo The Knoxville Knockout one at a time, method starts on page 3
Related to 1979 1
Edward Marlo, David Solomon The Solmar Reversed Assembly with variations and presentational ideas
Related toVariations 1980 344
Wes Emberg, Allan Ackerman, Edward Marlo Overkill
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1980 73
Edward Marlo Open Hockley as force
Inspired byRelated toVariations 1982 95
Philip T. Goldstein Ascension transformation kicker
Inspired byRelated toVariationsAlso published here 1982 473
Edward Marlo Marlo's Unforgetable Wild Card unforgettable, ungaffed cards
Variations 1982 1
Jerry Sadowitz Slip-Jog
Related toAlso published here Dec. 1982
Spell-Binder (Vol. 2 No. 20)
383
Edward Marlo The Hittop Change
Related toAlso published here 1983 23
Richard Vollmer, Christian Scherer Mystery of the 7 Suspects sandwich cards surround seven cards, down-under-deal to arrive at card, its value is counted down in rest of deck to find selection, faro
Variations 1983 127
Edward Marlo Slick Sorcery several applications (8 pages) of slick cards like ace cutting, stacking, including silicone method of preparation
Related to 1984 92
Edward Marlo Dribble Free Force multiple dribble control, same position forced
Related toVariations 1984 311
Edward Marlo Bold Card Control
Related toVariations 1984 324
Paul Cummins Counting On It number named, this many cards are rapidly produced, with selection
Related toVariations 1984 132
Randy Wakeman Five-Way Fours miniature card prediction, other three cards of same vale are found as a kicker
Variations 1984 65
Randy Wakeman Acknowledgements
1985 vii
Randy Wakeman R.W. Four Card Stunner four selections are found by spectators themselves
Inspired byAlso published here 1985 1
Randy Wakeman Ascension Transposition Queens on table, four spot cards in hand, one by one Queens are placed among spot cards and vanish, then a spot card is put on table, transposition finale
Inspired byAlso published here 1985 4
Randy Wakeman Give us this Day our Daley Aces Daley's Last as climax
Also published here 1985 7
Randy Wakeman Spreading it a Little Too Thin too long spread is suspended in mid-air, perpendicular
Inspired by 1985 11
Randy Wakeman Randymar Aces
Inspired byVariations 1985 12
Randy Wakeman, Edward Marlo Marlo's Jumping Jacks
1985 16
Randy Wakeman Three Phase Follow-Up Aces come to top twice, then vanish
Inspired byVariations 1985 19
Randy Wakeman The Joliet Jack-in-the-Box transposition of cased card with signed selection
Inspired by
  • "Jack-in-the-Box" (David Solomon, MUM, Aug. 1977)
1985 23
Randy Wakeman, Jim Ryan Ryan Bill Tear Re-Visited
Variations 1985 26
Randy Wakeman Randy gets Rough on Hofzinser deck cut in three piles, top of each becomes selection, everywhere nowhere
Inspired by 1985 27
Randy Wakeman Ace Cutting Collectors Ace production followed by collectors
1985 31
Randy Wakeman The Formula One Card Routine six cards
Also published here 1985 34
Randy Wakeman Unbelievably Copless
Inspired by 1985 37
Randy Wakeman Tri-Version out-jogged card visibly turns over, repeated, then deck turns over
Also published here 1985 39
Randy Wakeman The Spectator Cuts to and Turns Over the Aces basically the same as Ackerman's version
Related toVariations 1985 41
Randy Wakeman Cubic Zirconium
Inspired byVariations 1985 42
Edward Marlo, Randy Wakeman Surprising the Seven Suspects multiple cards sandwiched, down under elimination, quartet kicker, faro
Inspired by 1985 57
Edward Marlo Maximum Penetration deck visibly penetrates into card case, using solid deception deck
Inspired byAlso published here 1985 60
Edward Marlo, Randy Wakeman The Card of a Thousand Faces "based on an unpublished Marlo routine"
VariationsAlso published here 1985 62
Randy Wakeman In Conclusion
1985 85
Larry Jennings Prefiguration impromptu
Related toVariations 1986 156
Randy Wakeman Smorgasbord Cannibals
Also published here 1986 29
Randy Wakeman Spectator on Stage
VariationsAlso published here June 1987
Apocalypse (Vol. 10 No. 6)
1357
Randy Wakeman Overclock
Oct. 1987
Apocalypse (Vol. 10 No. 10)
1410
Randy Wakeman Slick Card Preparation silicone spray, in foreword
Related to 1987
Randy Wakeman Introduction
1987
Randy Wakeman The Natural transformation, vanish, repeat to pocket
Inspired by 1987 1
Randy Wakeman Covered Half Pass used as force here (Stewart James' "Nullifactor")
1987 4
Randy Wakeman, Edward Marlo Flexible Hittop Change
Inspired byRelated to 1987 5
Randy Wakeman Cardician Makes Better back and forth transformation
Inspired by 1987 6
Randy Wakeman The Mystic Card with sucker gag kicker
Inspired by 1987 8
Randy Wakeman In Lieu of the Double Cut triple cut
1987 11
Randy Wakeman I Like Nice Things quartet changes into royal flush as kicker, three methods
Related toVariations 1987 12
Randy Wakeman Throwing it in Reverse top card reversed into center, wrist pass type action
1987 15
Randy Wakeman Generally Speaking
1987 16
Randy Wakeman, Edward Marlo Shuffle them Twice... They Rollover Nice two-shuffle handling, crimps instead of incomplete shuffle
Inspired by 1987 17
Randy Wakeman, Scotty York Mini Surprise Stab miniature deck, two methods, deck shredded, based on York's "Surprise Stab"
1987 18
Randy Wakeman The Odds Against Me inspired by Scarne performance on Tom Snyder's "Tomorrow Show"
1987 20
Randy Wakeman Teflon Card Stab paper wrapped deck, slick card
1987 21
Randy Wakeman Forefiguration
Inspired by 1987 23
Randy Wakeman Wakeman's Way
Inspired byRelated to 1987 24
Randy Wakeman Needed a Jump ten red and black cards, single card jumps from packet to packet, then packets transpose
1987 26
Edward Marlo, Randy Wakeman Cannibal Vanish two double facer
1987 28
Randy Wakeman R.W. Ambitious Card Routine
1987 30
Randy Wakeman Direct Delusion
1987 35
Randy Wakeman A Real Devilish Miracle
1987 38
Randy Wakeman, Roger Smith Let's Twist Again (Like We Did Last Summer) Maxi-Twist, two handlings
1987 39
Randy Wakeman The Last Traveller two handlings for the final card
1987 41
Randy Wakeman R.W. Four Coins Through the Table
1987 43
Randy Wakeman Randy's Cups & Balls Routine based on Vernon's routine, no wand, no fake explanation phase
1987 46
Randy Wakeman The Force Is With You selection predicted, other three mates found elsewhere
1987 50
Randy Wakeman Not Finished with Randy-Mar new finish
Inspired by 1987 52
Randy Wakeman Taking a Pass two covers for spread pass:
- The End Tap Cover
- The Finger Square Cover
Related to 1987 53
Randy Wakeman, Jim Ryan Bill Tear Clarified better description
Inspired by 1987 55
Randy Wakeman Follow-Up on Follow-Up new approach
Inspired by 1987 57
Randy Wakeman The Randy Revelation
Inspired byVariationsAlso published here 1987 116
Randy Wakeman In Conclusion
1987 117
David Britland (reviewer) Special Effects by Randy Wakeman (written by John F. Mendoza) Sep. 1987
Opus (Vol. 1 No. 1)
8
Randy Wakeman D'Amico Snap featuring D'Amico double lift unload
Feb. 1988
Apocalypse (Vol. 11 No. 2)
1457
Randy Wakeman Take-Off Aces
June 1988
Apocalypse (Vol. 11 No. 6)
1509
Randy Wakeman Unfuddled Fuddle Aces Ace Transpo plus Sandwich
Sep. 1988
Apocalypse (Vol. 11 No. 9)
1539
Edward Marlo Cardician Makes Good unknown card put aside, three Deuces found, card is Ace, it's changed to Two, now three other cards are Aces, Two changed back to Ace
Inspired by
  • "Ace-Deuce Mix-Up" (Ed Marlo, Sept. 1949)
Related toVariationsAlso published here
  • The New Tops, July 1963
1988 9
Randy Wakeman "Watch me Work"
Variations Apr. 1989
Apocalypse (Vol. 12 No. 4)
1621
Randy Wakeman Not to Worry three coins
Apr. 1989
Apocalypse (Vol. 12 No. 4)
1623
Randy Wakeman Reset at its Best
Apr. 1989
Apocalypse (Vol. 12 No. 4)
1624
Randy Wakeman Smorgasbord Cannibals
Also published here Apr. 1989
Apocalypse (Vol. 12 No. 4)
1626
Randy Wakeman Stacked Impact
Apr. 1989
Apocalypse (Vol. 12 No. 4)
1627
Randy Wakeman Randy's Cricket Count gemini/flushtration combo
Apr. 1989
Apocalypse (Vol. 12 No. 4)
1627
Randy Wakeman Startling Influence Joker changes to selected Card, using double facer
Apr. 1989
Apocalypse (Vol. 12 No. 4)
1629
Randy Wakeman Down the Tubes
Apr. 1989
Apocalypse (Vol. 12 No. 4)
1630
Randy Wakeman Idea and Image
Apr. 1989
Apocalypse (Vol. 12 No. 4)
1631
Randy Wakeman, Harry Lorayne OverWELM
Dec. 1989
Apocalypse (Vol. 12 No. 12)
1717
Randy Wakeman Introduction
1989 v
Randy Wakeman Overclock combining Overkill with clock trick layout, chosen hour divined and card predicted written inside case
Inspired by 1989 1
Randy Wakeman The Emergency Card card signed and lost, odd-backed "emergency card" removed from pocket turns out to be previous signed selection
1989 4
Randy Wakeman Card from Inside Pocket using gambler's palm
1989 5
Randy Wakeman Did You Get The Odd One? ten cards removed from blue-backed deck, one red-backed card placed among them, spectator choses blue-backed one from face, all others change to red-backed
Inspired byVariations 1989 8
Randy Wakeman Face-up Force kind of face-up Open Hockley force
Related to 1989 9
Randy Wakeman Here's to the Head Forker spectator says "That's it" on every card shown, sucker
Related to
  • "That's it!" (Eddie Fechter)
1989 12
Randy Wakeman Playing on the Three-Way three cards shown as all being the selection, then all backs, then indifferent with selection in pocket that isn't there
1989 14
Randy Wakeman Alignment All Alike Display for Quick Three-Way
1989 15
Randy Wakeman The Devil & Randy Wakeman
1989 21
Randy Wakeman Double-Break KM Move
1989 21
Randy Wakeman Count Wakeman counting trick ten card packet that never has ten cards, then it has fifty-one cards with only selection remaining
1989 25
Randy Wakeman Overcount with Packet
1989 25
Randy Wakeman How Did You Know? number named, this many cards are rapidly produced, with selection
Inspired by 1989 29
Randy Wakeman R.W. Four-Card Stunner four selections are found by spectators themselves
Inspired byAlso published here 1989 31
Randy Wakeman Multiple Card Control Procedure dribbling, first and last one free, same break forced in between
Inspired by 1989 31
Randy Wakeman Tri-Version out-jogged card visibly turns over, repeated, then deck turns over
Also published here 1989 35
Randy Wakeman Reverse-Reverse-Rise-Surprise selection reverses twice, then top half floats upwards and selection jumps out
1989 39
Randy Wakeman The Formula One Card Routine six cards
Also published here 1989 43
Randy Wakeman, Edward Marlo But Fast! peeked-at card turns over, then pseudo explanation
Variations 1989 49
Randy Wakeman The Fortune-Telling Aces Ace with suit of chosen card turns over, selection turns over and is placed with Aces, it vanishes from Aces and reappears reversed in deck
1989 53
Randy Wakeman All-Around Square-Up Spread Pass
Related to 1989 58
Randy Wakeman All That Jazz
Inspired by 1989 62
Randy Wakeman O'Randy Aces with variation in which Kings also show up by surprise
1989 64
Randy Wakeman The Professional Reverse Assembly
1989 69
Randy Wakeman Spectator on Stage
Also published here 1989 75
Randy Wakeman Do You Feel Lucky? using Harry Riser subtlety
Inspired by 1989 77
Randy Wakeman Give Us This Day Our Daley Aces Daley's Last as climax
Also published here 1989 80
Randy Wakeman A Dime a Dozen
Variations 1989 87
Randy Wakeman Anything I Can Do, You Can Do Better cutting high card presentation, eventually a four-of-a-kind found, Christ Force
1989 92
Randy Wakeman Smorgasbord Cannibals
Also published here 1989 95
Randy Wakeman R.W. Cricket Count gemini/flushtration combo
1989 98
Randy Wakeman Watch Me Work four Aces are quickly stacked, two handlings
1989 103
Randy Wakeman Ascension Transposition Queens on table, four spot cards in hand, one by one Queens are placed among spot cards and vanish, then a spot card is put on table, transposition finale
Also published here 1989 106
Randy Wakeman The Randy Revelation
Also published here 1989 109
Randy Wakeman The Exploding Aces Aces turn over one by one, then change to Ace through Four, Aces reproduced from deck
Inspired by 1989 113
Randy Wakeman Exploding Aces Production
1989 114
Randy Wakeman eveRywhere & noWhere two duplicates
1989 117
Randy Wakeman, Edward Marlo Maximum Penetration deck visibly penetrates into card case, using solid deception deck
Also published here 1989 124
Randy Wakeman The Four-Card Puzzler twisting thing with four Nines, they change into Kings
1989 127
Randy Wakeman The Card of a Thousand Faces odd-backed card changes into three selections one by one, then becomes blank, two duplicates
Also published here 1989 130
Randy Wakeman The Card of a Thousand & One Faces gaffed
Inspired by 1989 133
Randy Wakeman The One-Handed Center Deal pseudo
1989 136
Randy Wakeman Randy's Miracle Move same as slip-jog or open hockley
Related to 1989 136
Randy Wakeman Expecting the Unexpected prediction written, five cards removed by spectator, one of those pushed reversed in deck, it matches prediction
1989 140
Randy Wakeman A Frantic Tumble & A Shy Goodbye transformation kicker and Aces in different pockets
Inspired by 1989 144
Randy Wakeman Lapel of a Trick card divined, on second try the card appears under spectator's coat lapel
1989 149
Randy Wakeman In Conclusion
1989 153
Edward Marlo About Turn! out-jogged card visibly turns over
Inspired by May 1989
Inside Out (Issue 6)
16
Randy Wakeman Not What it Seems three packets
June 1990
Apocalypse (Vol. 13 No. 6)
1797
Edward Marlo, Randy Wakeman Repeat Signed Cards Across two double facers
Dec. 1990 9
Randy Wakeman Wakeman's Way
Related to 1990 71
Randy Wakeman Unexpected Prediction
Mar. 1991
Apocalypse (Vol. 14 No. 3)
1906
Randy Wakeman In Lieu of the Slip Cut
Inspired by 1991 95
Aldo Colombini Quarters jumbo card as prediction, quarters of cut jumbo cards are selected, prediction match even though one corner does not fit the card
Inspired by 1991 10
Jerry K. Hartman Sugar and Spice quartet changes into royal flush as kicker
Inspired by 1991 398
Michael Weber (reviewer) Randy Wakeman's Greatest Hits by Randy Wakeman Dec. 1991
Magic (Vol. 1 No. 4)
51
John Holland (reviewer) Randy Wakeman Presents by Randy Wakeman Mar. 1992
New Sorcerer (Vol. 1 No. 1)
8
Richard Kaufman Inner-Workings several credits are discussed
  • J. N. Hofzinser
  • Edward Victor
  • Henry Hatton and Adrian Plate
  • Alex Elmsley
Related to Dec. 1992
Magic (Vol. 2 No. 4)
51
Randy Wakeman Re-Count Demanded
Mar. 1993
Apocalypse (Vol. 16 No. 3)
2193
Jon Racherbaumer, Randy Wakeman Santa or Grinch
  • Letters
Related to Jan. 1993
Magic (Vol. 2 No. 5)
12
Richard Kaufman Inner-Workings longer article on Frank Garcia and his publications
Related to Sep. 1993
Magic (Vol. 3 No. 1)
51
Joe Hernandez, Bob McAllister, Harrison Carroll, Randy Wakeman, Harvey Rosenthal, Mike Rogers, Max Howard Kaufman on Garcia
  • Letters
Related to Oct. 1993
Magic (Vol. 3 No. 2)
9
Randy Wakeman, Stan Allen, Bev Bergeron, Alan Wassilak Frank Garcia
  • Letters
Related to Nov. 1993
Magic (Vol. 3 No. 3)
13
Randy Wakeman Fake One Hand Center
Related to
  • Randy Wakeman Presents, p. 136
1994 28
Aldo Colombini F.F.F.F. four selections lost, spectator cuts deck in four piles, Aces on top, selection found in another cut-off packet as well
Inspired by
  • Randy Wakeman effect as performed on FFFF
1994 14
Randy Wakeman, Tom Gagnon Master Move
Related to 1995 1035
Simon Aronson This Side Up playing card with "Instructions" written on them becomes signed selection on one side
Inspired by
  • "Emergency Card" (Randy Wakeman, Randy Wakeman Presents)
1995 87
Jim Sisti (reviewer) Randy's Rainbow Deck by Randy Wakeman Jan./Feb. 1995
The Magic Menu (Vol. 5 No. 27)
305
Jim Sisti (reviewer) The One Eyed Wildebeest Wallet by Randy Wakeman
with Harrison Carroll
July/Aug. 1995
The Magic Menu (Vol. 5 No. 30)
341
David Martin Magician of the Year
  • Letters
Related to June 1995
Magic (Vol. 4 No. 10)
9
Randy Wakeman Magician of the Year
  • Letters
Related to July 1995
Magic (Vol. 4 No. 11)
14
Randy Wakeman The Totally Official Foreword
1997 x
Simon Lovell Three Card Pop three cards appear on three piles à la Jennings Revelation
Inspired by 1997 157
Jim Sisti (reviewer) The Expert Card to Wallet by Randy Wakeman July/Aug. 1997
The Magic Menu (Vol. 7 No. 42)
486
Randy Wakeman Elastorama pencil seems to be made from rubber, then it is put in a glass tube and both seem to bend, optical illusion
May 1997
Magic (Vol. 6 No. 9)
75
Michael Close (reviewer) The Expert Card to Wallet by Randy Wakeman Oct. 1997
Magic (Vol. 7 No. 2)
31
Randy Wakeman, Jerry Sadowitz Miracle Move with Sadowitz finesse, brief
1999
Labyrinth (Issue 12)
13
Kevin Kelly The Physics Lesson
Inspired by 1999 101
Steve Bedwell CARDiac Emergency dream card plot, card with emergency sticker on back
Inspired by
  • "Emergency Card" (Randy Wakeman)
2000 18
John Hostler The Wild Card Joker changes into mates of three cards
Inspired byVariations 2000 82
Randy Wakeman Stolen Thoughts thought of card matches card chosen from another pack, rough smooth menetekel
Related to Mar. 2000
Magic (Vol. 9 No. 7)
70
Randy Wakeman Switchless Leapers
Apr. 2000
Magic (Vol. 9 No. 8)
73
Remo Pannain Spectator Cuts to Aces for the Umpteenth Time four packets cut off the deck one by one
Related to July 2000
Magic (Vol. 9 No. 11)
78
Randy Wakeman, Jon Racherbaumer Cutting Remarks
  • Letters
credit claim
Related to Oct. 2000
Magic (Vol. 10 No. 2)
15
Randy Wakeman Why Everything You Have Ever Read Is Wrong
  • Guest Editorial
Oct. 2000
Magic (Vol. 10 No. 2)
19
Michael Close (reviewer) Rainbow Deck II by Randy Wakeman Oct. 2000
Magic (Vol. 10 No. 2)
33
Michael Close (reviewer) Intimate Impossibilities by Randy Wakeman Nov. 2000
Magic (Vol. 10 No. 3)
39
Michael Close (reviewer) Ed Marlo Confidential by Edward Marlo, Randy Wakeman Nov. 2000
Magic (Vol. 10 No. 3)
39
Randy Wakeman The Best Trick In The World
  • Guest Editorial
Related to Dec. 2000
Magic (Vol. 10 No. 4)
23
Randy Wakeman Introduction on the 2001 reprint
2001
Harry Lorayne Miraculous Coincidence five cards chosen, one of those reversed, matches previously removed prediction, miscall
Inspired by
  • Randy Wakeman effect
Variations
2001 561
Randy Wakeman Preamble on Father Cyprian
Nov./Dec. 2001
Mr. Gadfly (Vol. 1 No. 4)
6
Randy Wakeman Move Is The Not Effect
  • Letters
Related to Jan. 2001
Magic (Vol. 10 No. 5)
19
John Poole Performance Appreciated
  • Letters
Related to Feb. 2001
Magic (Vol. 10 No. 6)
19
Michael Close (reviewer) The Best of Randy Wakeman by Randy Wakeman July 2001
Magic (Vol. 10 No. 11)
30
Randy Wakeman The Man With The Million Dollar Hands - The Big Fella on Frank Garcia
Jan./Feb. 2002
Mr. Gadfly (Vol. 2 No. 1)
24
Michael Close (reviewer) Chicago Bar Magic by Randy Wakeman Sep. 2002
Magic (Vol. 12 No. 1)
34
Randy Wakeman On Derek Dingle
2004 38
David Regal, Jason England Speaking Volumes
Related to June 2005
Genii (Vol. 68 No. 6)
32
Rick Merrill Slip, Flip, Pop quick one-at-a-time revelation in pop-out position
Inspired byRelated to 2005 15
Harry Lorayne Randy Wakeman mini bio
2007 381
Randy Wakeman Focused Location tens turn face down one by one, change to aces, tens now in deck sandwiching selection, tens change back color
2007 382
Randy Wakeman Detective Location tens turn face down one by one, change to aces, tens now in deck sandwiching selection
2007 386
Randy Wakeman No Questions Asked OOSOOM
Inspired by 2007 388
Randy Wakeman The Warmth Of Your Touch HaLo Cut production sequence
Also published here 2007 424
Justin Higham Spectator Cuts a Run of Seven Spectator cuts seven piles, top cards are Ace to Seven of Hearts (strong rummy hand)
Inspired by 2008 38
Randy Wakeman Foreword
2011 vi
Jon Racherbaumer Why is this Odd Card so Queer? ten cards removed from blue-backed deck, one red-backed card placed among them, spectator choses blue-backed one from face, all others change to red-backed
Inspired by Mar. 2011
Antinomy (Vol. 4 No. 3)
13
Justin Higham Easy Spectator-Cuts...
Inspired by 2013 41
Harry Lorayne Three Mechanics three four-of-a-kinds stacked
Inspired by 2015 41
John Hostler Royally Wild Joker changes into mates of three cut-to cards, then Joker splits into two cards to complete Royal Flush with the three cards
Inspired by 2016 78
"Magic" Christian Stelzel Top Change with the Third Card from the Top of the Deck... and Further
Related to 2017 69
Tom Gagnon Retention Hockley Force trying to improve illusion of taking top card
Inspired by 2019 213
Randy Wakeman Jack Lives Matter Aces cut to one by one, they change to Jacks, Aces found again at once
2022 14
Randy Wakeman The Warmth Of Your Touch HaLo Cut production sequence
Also published here 2022 14