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Turbulence Doom Choir - Netherworld

Turbulence Doom Choir - Netherworld by PEK buy album


Label: Evil Clown
Released: 2017
Duration: 01:04:20
Views: 1,045

Track Listing

1) Necromancer's Binary Dance 1 ‐ 1:19; 2) Necromancer's Binary Dance 2 ‐ 2:02; 3) Necromancer's Binary Dance 4 ‐ 4:05; 4) Necromancer's Binary Dance 8 ‐ 8:11; 5) Necromancer's Binary Dance 16 ‐ 16:14; 6) Necromancer's Binary Dance 32 ‐ 32:29; Evil Clown Headquarters, Waltham MA ‐ 2/23/2017




Additional Personnel / Information

- PEK - alto, tenor & bass saxophones, oboe, bassoon, dulzaina, clarinet, contra- alto clarinet, tromboon, sheng, orchestral chimes, Abelton mix, ms-20, [d]ronin, daxophone, electonics, danmo, crotales, electric kazoo, crank siren, metal, taxi horn, wood flute, melodica; - David Harris - tuba, slide whistle, melodica, orchestral chimes, hand chimes; - John Baylies - electric tuba, synthesizer, didgeridoo; - Yuri Zbitnov - drums, orchestral chimes, hand chimes, danmo, daiko, crotales, cymbells, balafon, wood, metal, fog horn

Album Description

Second set with the Doom Choir... An offshoot of Turbulence with Dave Harris and John Baylies on tubas, PEK on reeds + the usual assortment and percussion by Yuri... Dave came in with a nice idea of doubling the length of each movement instead of our usual full length continuous set...



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