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17 Pygmies

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17 Pygmies Jedda by the Sea album cover
3.92 | 4 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1984

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Words Never Said (2:25)
2. Waiting to Arrive (3:24)
3. Still Waters (2:44)
4. Moment in Ceylon (3:09)
5. Jerusalem (3:24)
6. By the Sea (2:54)
7. Last Grave at Dimbaza (1:53)
8. Lazarus (2:39)
9. The Living (3:00)
10. Hollow Lands (3:47)
11. Tropical Grasslands (2:18)
12. Nocturne (2:26)

Total time 34:08

Line-up / Musicians

- Philip Drucker / guitars, bass, percussion, keyboards
- Robert Loveless / bass, keyboards
- Debbie Spinelli / vocals, drums
- Russell Jessum / violin

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4 stars A folkish post-punk album. Not a masterpiece into progressive music, but into post-punk, this would be put together with Joy Division and The Cure. Jedda by the Sea is the debut piece from the american band 17 Pygmies. The keyboards background are very intense on the album and when you find ... (read more)

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