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Blasphemious Fragments

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John Butcher

Label: Rastascan Records
Released: 2019
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Track Listing

So Ladylike the Muse Unsqueaked a Ray of Hopk [sic]; Blasphemious Fragments; Circumstantial; Maze of False Promises; Sumptuous Disturbances (and a Carol); A Simple Man with Irregular Habits; Ruttledge’s Door; Small Things, Hewn from the Same Block; Sustaining Vain Gestures on the Air; Blue night. In the Darkness of the Dome They Wait; Minced and Gilded Oaths.

Personnel

John Butcher
John Butcher

saxophone

Additional Personnel / Information

Phil Minton: voice; John Butcher: soprano and tenor saxophones; Gino Robair: percussion, electronics, piano.


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