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TRIAX

 



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METAMORPHIC TRICKSTER

Auricle AMCDR 145  52'05"  CD-R £7.00 + p&p

1. An Equitable Opening 4'24"
2.
Can't Have Too Much Fruit 7'54"
3.
Take A Jig And A Reel In Deceit 8'10"
4.
Cook The DVD 2'40"
5.
Not Here / I'm Drowning 18'06"
6.
A Novel Ham Salad 3'02"
7.
Organum Vitae Magnum 11'13"
8.
A Surly Finalé 10'20"

Recorded direct to digital 29 December 2008 at Tachyon Studio.
Mixed 3-5 May 2009 by Alan.

Alan Freeman: guitar, guitar-synth, synths, Warp 9 modulator, various bowed objects, plus computer samples & loops (on track 8 only), etc.
Steve Freeman: bass, guitar, sounds & loops, turntable, analogue synths, bowed acoustic CD, cymbal, etc.
Dave Powell: hurdy-gurdy, flute, Stylophone, jaw-harp, etc.

review...
"A Surly Finalé" was actually the first track recorded here, be it seemed more like and ending, even when we did it. After that we (or, should I say - I) had problems with weird buzzing. Arghhh, perils of the misbehaving noisy computer, I couldn't locate the problem so decided to give it a rest and concentrate on guitar instead, and hence we have a very different Triax here, on the one hand back to early Triax sound, but with a wider ranging, richer, more "melodic" sound palette.

on YouTube...
Organum Vitae Magnum

First edition (quantity not specified) - released ?/6/2009.




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