LAFMS is the Los Angeles Free Music Society. This is taken directly from wiki (with no apologies...there is plenty of info out there on this legendary way of viewing the world...go find it):
"The Los Angeles Free Music Society (LAFMS) has been, since the early 1970s, the banner heading of a loose collective of experimental musicians in Los Angeles, California who were joined by an aesthetic based around radicalism and playfulness. Key players have included Joe Potts, Tom Recchion, Joseph Hammer, John Duncan, Dennis Duck, Juan Gomez, Kevin Laffey, Chip Chapman, Fredrik Nilsen, Jerry Bishop, Ace Farren Ford, Ju Suk Reet Meate, and Rick Potts.
Notable band configurations have included Le Forte Four, Smegma (who relocated to Portland, OR in the late 1970s), Solid Eye, Airway, Monique Experience, Foundation Boo, Extended Organ, and The Doo-Dooettes. Their influence is seen most immediately in other Pacific-coast "isolationist" experimentalists like Caroliner Rainbow, Sun City Girls, and The Thinking Fellers Union Local 282, as well as Japanese noise projects like Hanatarash, Hijokaidan, and Incapacitants."
Released in 1996 as a ten disc joint release on Gary Todd's Cortical Foundation and Ron Lessard's RRRecords. This is the "Artist Edition" which contains the eleventh disc.
"The music is free, but you have to pay for the plastic, paper, ink, glue and stamps"