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The Samuel Jackson Five

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Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Coalesce (3:41)
2. Last Days of Disco in Etnedal (4:09)
3. Old Country for No Men (2:26)
4. Third Ear Listening Exercise (5:52)
5. Mount Whateverest (2:05)
6. Tremulous Summer Knights (3:09)
7. Mid-Fi Winter Wonderland (3:27)
8. Vardebu, 960 moh (4:00)
9. Let's Build a Sandcastle (3:42)

Total Time: 32:31

Line-up / Musicians

- Sigmund Bade / bass, keys, baritone guitar
- Stian Tangerud / drums, percussion
- Thomas Kaldhol / guitars, mandolin
- Thomas Meidell / vocals, guitars, keys, theremin, percussion, programming
- Jonny Knutsen / vocals, guitars, lapsteel, bass, keys

Releases information

CD Navalorama Records NVLRM06CD (2014 Belgium)

Limited edition of 300 hand numbered copies in kraft gatefold digisleeve with matt printed inserts.

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