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Sid€show 2

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Louis de Mieulle

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
Duration: 00:49:00
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Track Listing

1.Dwarf Elephant 02:05 2.The Two-Headed Kid Variations, part 1 03:48 video 3.Giant Fly (aka Mes Choux Gras aka Metastasis) 03:27 video 4.The Two-Headed Kid Variations, part 2 07:18 video 5.Return of the Giant Fly 04:52 6.a. Dwarf Elephant b. Bed of Snails 12:35 7.Revenge of the Giant Fly 04:26 8.The Two-Headed Kid Variations, part 3 05:34 9.Son of Giant Fly 03:17 10.Two-Headed Kid Theme 01:33


Additional Personnel / Information

Sideshow Louis: bass, keyboards Eitan Kenner: keyboards Casimir Liberski: keyboards Doron Lev: drums (2,4,5,6,7,8) Raphaël Pannier: drums (1,3,9,10) Composed by Louis de Mieulle Mixed and mastered by Chris Krasnow Tracks 1,3,9,10 recorded at Wonderpark Studios (Brooklyn) by Chris Krasnow, assisted by Eva Lawitts Tracks 2,4,5,6,7,8 recorded at The Arc (Queens) by Roy Boukris, assisted by Ron Warburg. Cover art: "Evolution Gone Mad" (H.M. Duffin, 1940) Produced by Louis de Mieulle

Album Description

Circus freak-jazz reverie interpolating emotional counterpoints, ambient synth-hop, and disjointed dissonant riffs. This second Sid€show concept album tells the story of a tormented Two-Headed Kid, a bellicose Giant Fly, and an adorable Dwarf Elephant. The intermission act presents the classic crowd-pleaser Bed of Snails. The two keyboardists alternate dreamy and nightmarish soundscapes over steady yet intricate drum/bass loops. Four musicians improvising live arrangements of character pieces. Another chapter in Louis' post-Canterbury neoclassical fusion. credits released May 29, 2020


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