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Apocryphal Fire In The Warehouse And Other Explanations

LP (Item 581941) Harmonic Convergence, 2011 — Condition: New Copy
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Electro-acoustic work from this hip Chicago quartet – a group that features Jim Baker on keyboards, electric piano, and acoustic piano; Mars Williams on saxes, zither, and "miscellania"; Brian Sandstrom on bass and electric guitar; and Steve Hunt on drums and percussion! The sounds are somewhat careful at points – coming slowly into focus from the farther reaches of the sonic range, then finding a fierceness as the players really let their talents unfold. Titles include "Screen Door Slam", "Cold Child With Fedora", "Treadmill To Obliviousness", "Contention", and "He Kept In Touch With The Sea By Telephone". (Limited numbered edition of 300 copies.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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