Just imagine that this is a live festival, listen to this biking, sleeping, piercing your skin. There are no titles, no voice on these not-songs because this would limit their extreme tediousness. Boycott all chain letters.
The Festival Album is a live album by The Jazz Crusaders recorded in 1966 and released on the Pacific Jazz label. As such, it is a compilation of performances recorded at the Pacific Jazz and Newport Festivals in 1966". Trance Dance" (Kenny Cox) - 9:28. Summer's Madness" (Joe Sample, Wayne Henderson, Wilton Felder) - 10:06.
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Album · 2017 · 7 Songs. Monotonous Existence Gleam. Listen on Apple Music.
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What’s actually serious for an artist, though, is an album, and so last week brought the duo’s official debut, Memorie. o Not Open. Riddled with resentment and lyrics that land with a self-serious thud, Memories is a stunningly drab record. For the most part songs plod along at a strenuously mid-tempo pace, and are mostly lacking in any sonic detail that would reward closer listening
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|1-a||–ONQ Jacopo Andreini||Untitled (Aug 21st, 1995)|
|1-b||–ONQ Pulciotto||Untitled (Aug 24th, 1995)|
|2-a||–ONQ Panacchia||Untitled (Aug 28th, 1995)|
|2-b||–ONQ Alpaco||Untitled (Aug 31st, 1995)|
|3-a||–ONQ Lorenzo Diddi||Untitled (Sep 10th, 1995)|
|3-b||–ONQ Larry J Biavasky||Untitled (Sep 18th-19th, 1995)|
NotesAll you can hear was recorded at C.V.studios, engineered and assembled by Onco except part III-A engineered and mixed at Masala's studios by Jacopo Andreini, part III-B recorded and mixed by Over Dub.
It was difficult to persuade these 6 people to play monotonous music (two of them live away, two others are in love, someone is crazy and most of them hate one another) so it was impossible to make a "real" concert. Just imagine that this is a live festival, listen to this biking, sleeping, piercing your skin.
This is why there three tapes are not available separately and why we didn't re-record the bad tracks. There are no titles, no voice on these not-songs because this would limit their extreme tediousness. Boycott all chain letters. CVR1995