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Brief West Coast Tour

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Dave Storrs

Label: Louie Records
Released: 2020
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Track Listing

Enter; Let The Games Begin; Beyer's Market; Waltz In; Same As Nine; Interlude; No Over Part 1; No Over Part 2; Waltz Out; The I; The T; The C; The H;Transit; First Resolution; Funky Too; Second Resolution; Used Anyway; Meeting is Adjourned.

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The last selection—because it was the last one that spun in the door—is an oddity. Brief West Coast tour was recorded a short tour involving pianist/composer Sila Shaman and percussionist/mad sound scientist Dave Storrs in the Corvallis, Oregon area, during Shaman's stopover from her home base in New York, on her way to Singapore with her family. A two day recording session went down in Storrs' "Sound Shack," his garage converted to a ready-to-roll-anytime recording studio. Storrs released a rough copy of the set on a limited edition CD. This more produced version—curated by Shaman, in a deft manipulations of the sounds via electronics embellishments, sometimes covertly, sometimes overtly—turned a fine set of avant-garde music into one of the year's most alluring and adventurously beautiful albums. —Dan McClenaghan, All About Jazz


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