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    Posted: November 28 2013 at 13:57
I knew nothing of this. Talk about flying under the radar........ Wow and to think it features both Clearlight and Daevid AllenBig smile

This is one to look out for methinks. It's definitely going on my wishlist. I mean, just take a look at the looong list of incredible musicians featured on this babyShocked
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Studio Album, released in 2013

Songs / Tracks Listing



1. Treasures At the Dawn of the Century (5:07)
2. Raised On Coal & Oil (6:44)
3. Our Secret Cloud (8:15)
4. Infinite City (6:32)
5. Hand Signals & Daily Horoscopes (5:19)
6. Cool Can of Cola On the Forehead (4:49)
7. Healin Power of Magnets (6:54)
8. Travellin Sideways (5:17)
9. The Kingdom of Music (Bons Sens Revisited) (4:40)
10. In Search of Friends On the Day of Masks (4:42)
11. Italian Lake(2:52)
12. The Road To Shave Ice (6:44)
13. Bring It Down (5:29)


Total Time 73:24

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Line-up / Musicians


- Don Falcone - Bells, Bird Calls, Finger Cymbals, Bass, Hi Hat, Marimba, Organ, Percussion, Piano, Electric Piano, Sampling, Shaker, Strings, Synthesizer, Whistle, Wind
- Cyrille Verdeaux - Juno, Keyboards, Organ, Pan Flute, Piano, Vocals
- Daevid Allen: Guitar, Mouth Bass, Mouth Drums, Vocals
- Andy Anderson: Drums
- Yanik Lorenzo Andreatta: Bass
- Giuliano Beber: Guitar
- Scott Brazical: Piano, Synthesizer
- Kevin Carnes: Drums
- Daniel Todd Carter: Tabla
- Michael Clare: Bass
- Tom Dambly: Flugelhorn, Trumpet
- Doug Erickson: Guitar
- Thom Evans: Jaw Harp
- Stella Ferguson: Violin
- Francesco Festi: Vocals
- Ana Torres Fraile: Vocals
- Fabio Golfetti: Glissando, Guitar
- Uto G. Golin: Drums, Vocals
- Paul Hayles: Synthesizer
- Frank Hensel: Horn, Strings, Synthesizer
- Jerry Jeter: Guitar
- Chris Kovacs: Synthesizer, Tabla
- Kenneth Magnusson: Mellotron
- Fabrizio Mattuzzi: Keyboards, Piano
- Pierce McDowell: Bass
- Pete Pavli: Bass, Viola
- Purjah: Bass Clarinet, Soprana and Tenor Sax, Electric Sitar, Woodwind
- Dan Romeo: Synthesizer, Tapes
- Cyndee Lee Rule: Violin
- Paul Sears: Drums
- Karl E.H. Seigfried: Double Bass, Bass
- Adrian Shaw: Bass
- Scotty Smith: Drums
- David Speight: Drums, Percussion
- Jay Tausig: 12 String Guitar, Electric Guitar (Electric)
- Dave Willey: Accordion
- Bridget Wishart: Cello, EWI, Horn, English Horn, Trumpet, Violin
- Don Xaliman: Chimes, Gong
- Steve York: Bass

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Gonzo Multimedia (CD, 2013)



Edited by Guldbamsen - November 28 2013 at 14:00
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Hi,
 
I'm looking forward to this one.
 
So far the album of the year for me is Djam Karet's. This album is the only one that could go over it!
... none of the hits, none of the time ... you might actually find your own art, or self, and forego lousy heroes or Guru's!

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