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….and poppies from Kandahar

….and poppies from Kandahar by Jan Bang buy album

Jan Bang

Label: SamadhiSound
Released: 2011
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Track Listing

The Drug Mule; Self Injury; The Midwife's Dilemma; Passport Control; Who Grooms The Child?; Heidigger's Silence; Abdication And Coronation; Suicide Bomber; Taking Life; Ululations; Exile From Paradise.

Personnel

Jan Bang
Jan Bang

live sampling

Additional Personnel / Information

Jan Bang: live sampling, samples, MPC, programming, Dictaphone, percussion, synthesizer, field recording, claps; Lars Danielsson: double-bass (2); Sidsel Endresen: vocal (3); Peter Freeman: bass and electronics (11); Jon Hassell: trumpet (11); Arve Henriksen: trumpet (9); Peter Freeman: bass and electronics (11); Jon Hassell: trumpet (11); Arve Henriksen: trumpet (9); Erik Honoré: synthesizer, field recording and programming (7, 11); Nils Petter Molvær: trumpet (7); David Sylvian: titles; Eivind Aarset; guitars (4, 5). Samples: Lykke B. Bang: voice and bottles (2); Sidsel Endresen: voice (11); Jon Hassell: trumpet (4, 10); Arve Henriksen: trumpet (2, 4), soft synth (4, 10), voice (2); Kammerflimmer Kollektief: loops (4); Jon S. Lunde: exhaust fan (1, 5); Muta: percussion (1); Pål "Strangefruit" Nyhus: turntables (6); Rolf-Erik Nystrom: saxophone (5); Vytas Sondeckis: conducting the Liepaja Symphony Orchestra (6); Agi Szalóki: voice (4, 10); Peter Tornquist: orchestra (1, 2); Eivind Aarset: guitar (3, 6).


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