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The Arrow: A Story in Seven Parts

The Arrow: A Story in Seven Parts by Trey Gunn buy album

Trey Gunn

Label: 7D Media
Released: 2007
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Track Listing

CD: Part One: We Begin With a Woman; The Arrow; A Boy Comes By. Part Two: Sitting on the Bank; Thick and Thorny. Part Three: I Saw Two Hands. Part Four: When the Fire Was Slow; He Stood in the Rain; Set Loose Upon the Water. Part Five: Water Woman; Part Six: The First Sign; Chained. Part Seven: After the Village. DVD: We Began With a Woman; Sitting on the Bank; I Saw Two Hands; When the Fire Was Slow; Water Woman; The First Sign; After the Village. Extra Features: Quodia Live Photos; Water Woman (Spanish), Water Woman (Russian); Children

Personnel

Trey Gunn
Trey Gunn

guitar

Additional Personnel / Information

Trey Gunn: voice, touch guitar; Joe Mendelson: keyboards, electronic percussion, treated voice. Azam Ali: voice (CD,4); Matt Chamberlain: drums (CD,11), percussion (CD,11); Michelle Kinney: cello (CD,9); Pat Mastelotto: drums (CD,5-6), percussion (CD,5-6); Naida Valencia Mazuela: Spanish "Water Woman"


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