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Jan Bang / Erik Honore: Uncommon Deities

Jan Bang / Erik Honore: Uncommon Deities by Jan Bang buy album

Jan Bang

Label: SamadhiSound
Released: 2012
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Track Listing

The God of Single Cell Organisms; The God of Sleeplessness; The God of Silence; The God of Smaller Gods; The God of Small Caresses; The God of Black Holes; The God of Adverbs; The Ruminative Gap; The God of Crossroads; The God of Tiny Islands; The God of Gradual Abdication; I Swallowed Earth for This.

Personnel

Jan Bang
Jan Bang

live sampling

Additional Personnel / Information

Jan Bang: samples (1, 3-12), synthesizer (2); Erik Honoré: samples (1, 3-10, 12), synthesizer (3, 4, 8, 10, 12), synth bass (3-5, 8, 10), string samples (11); David Sylvian: voice (1-7, 9-12), cut-ups (5); Sidsel Endresen: vocal (1, 2, 5, 7-9, 11); Ingar Zach: percussion sample (1); Arve Henriksen: trumpet samples (1, 8), trumpet samples performed by Jan Bang (3), trumpet samples performed by Erik Honoré (10), trumpet (4, 11); Helena Tulve: string samples (1); John Tilbury: piano (3, 11), treated piano (5); Philip Jeck: record player (5); Margalit Oved: vocal and percussion samples (5); Eivind Aarset: guitar (6, 9); Dai Fujikara: string samples (7, 9), string samples performed by Zilliacus/Persson/Raitinen/Dornbusch (11); Christian Wallumrød: piano samples performed by Erik Honoré (10).


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