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Hugmars

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Hugh Marsh

Label: Cool Papa Records
Released: 2007
Views: 691

Track Listing

Rocket #9; The Crossing; Let Me Have It All; Violinvocation #2; Mowgli: Balloon Song; OM; Sugarcane's Gone; Violinvocation #1.

Personnel

Hugh Marsh
Hugh Marsh

violin

Additional Personnel / Information

Hugh Marsh: violin (1, 2, 8); ring mod violins (2, 5); distorted violin solo (3, 7); pizz baritone violin (4); train violin (4); violin loop capture (4); pizz violins (5-7); MXR PT violin solo (5); ghost harm violins (6); buzz box violin (7, 8); pizz baritone violin loop (8), "78" violin (8), clavinet (1, 3); vibes (1), B3 (3, 6), MC505 loop (3, 6), Korg Triton (6, 7); James Blood Ulmer: vocal (1, 3), phone call (7); Kokayi: spoken word (1); Andy Milne: piano (1, 3, 6, 7); Rich Brown: bass (1, 3, 6, 7); Dafnis Prieto: drums (1, 2, 5, 7); Michael White: modcan (1); Ursula Rucker: poetry (2); Roberto Occhipinti: bass (2); Pancho Quinto: percussion (2); Pedro Martinez: percussion (2, 5), bata (3, 7), vocal (7); Lucumi: percussion (2); Marcos Diaz Scull: percussion (2); Lazaro Rizo: percussion (2); Maximino Duquesne: percussion (2); Mark Kelso: drums (3, 6); Tanya Taqaq Gillis: throat singing (4, 8); Jonathan Goldsmith: B3 (4); Gregoire Maret: harmonica (6); The Radio and Loneliness Horns (1, 3, 7): Kevin Turcotte: trumpet; Phil Dwyer: tenor saxophone; John Johnson: bass clarinet.


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