Trajectory

Trajectory by Vinny Golia
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Vinny Golia

Label: Orenda Records/Nine Winds
Released: 2018
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Track Listing

CD1: Ts’emekwe (as real as any hoax can be?); OK Doctor Xavier, I guess only women have …them (no, not those, we have them too…) - Take 1; Ugly Bags of Mostly Water (I knew some people like that once…); Dr. Loomis, Welcome Back To The Hospital; The Penabus (going to Leyte soon, can you get me one?); Spaniard’s Dilemma, which coffuire to choose -for John T…(no not him); By The End Of The Day…; Ananaki (what they left..?); CD2: OK Doctor Xavier, I guess only women have ...them (no, not those, we have them too...) - Take 2; From The Piano Comes This…(All the colors of the rainbow-for Hugues); Sparks or Dare..for Elizabeth or Eleanor (have you ever been to Roanoke?); Gift of the Nile; Just Like The Older Ones (A message from space…); Modred’s Curse (Ares Vallis?); Night time messages (not exactly as planned but still ok…); Well, It’s a valuable appendage…Jack Burton has paid his dues, the check is in the mail….


Personnel

Vinny Golia
woodwinds

Additional Personnel / Information

Vinny Golia - bull roarer, zun, singing bowls, gongs & bells, bass drum, sopranino saxophone, Bb saxophone, G soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone, Eb flute, G clarinet, Eb clarinet, contra alto clarinet, fujara; Gavin Templeton: alto saxophone; Daniel Rosenboom: trumpet, flugelhorn; Alexander Noice; electric guitar & pedals; Miller Wrenn: acoustic bass, electric bass; Andrew Lessman: drums, percussion.


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