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Still Urban / The Big Picture

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Fred Frith

Label: Intakt Records
Released: 2009
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Track Listing

Still Urban Part 1 - 9 01. Part 1: Landscape With or Without Edges; 02. Part 2: Door Won't Open, Door Won't Close; 03. Part 3: Nervous When I Turned; 04. Part 4: Family Ties; 05. Part 5: Science to Someone Living; 06. Part 6: Glass and Mirror Cut to Size; 07. Part 7: Everywhere Hastily We Followed; 08. Part 8: Two Blinkings of an Eyelid; 09. Part 9: Near Future Faith; The Big Picture Part 1 - 6: 01. The Big Picture Part 1; 02. The Big Picture Part 2; 03. The Big Picture Part 3; 04. The Big Picture Part 4; 05. The Big Picture Part 5; 06. The Big Picture Part 6. Freedom in Fragments 07. Introduction: The Power of Prayer; 08. Some Assembly Required (soloist: B. Hofstetter); 09. Hopscotch (for John Zorn); 10. Confess; 11. Song and Dance; 12. Void Where Prohibited (soloist: S. Armbruster); 13. Rosali's Song; 14. Red Rag; 15. Significant Restrictions Apply (soloist: A. Formenti); 16. Boyan's Problem; 17. Kick It; 18. Nostalgia; 19. Batteries Not Included (soloist: B. Kappeler); 20. T. Square Park Lark (for Frank Zappa); 21. The Power of Prayer: Coda. Tutti i brani sono composti da Fred Frith.

Personnel

Fred Frith
Fred Frith

guitar

Additional Personnel / Information

Fred Frith (chitarra); Beat Hofstetter (sax soprano); Sascha Armbruster (sax alto); Andrea Formenti (sax tenore); Beat Kappeler (sax alto e baritono); Katharina Weber (piano); Lucas Niggli (batteria).


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