Eric Apoe and THEY | Radioation

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Radioation

by Eric Apoe and THEY

Europeon Cinematic stories based in American Roots music
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. The Bag
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2. Romance
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3. Rat Ridden World
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4. St. Louis, Can I Please Come Home
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5. They
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6. Desiree
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7. Blue Harlot
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8. Wild Mountain Thyme
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9. Funwrecker
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10. Town Witout Pity
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11. The Wisdom of Paranioa, and The Paranoia of Wisdom
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Eric Apoe, Seattle-born songwriter worked two years as a drummer with Cajun fiddler,Doug Kershaw in the '70's. He was a staff writer at the L.A. office of Chappell Music." Radioation" is the third CD to date, recorded live on KUOW/NPR and KEXP in Seattle.

"Songs of love and Doom" was the first with his band the Furnace, and guest
performances by David Lanz on "Blue," and Etta James guitarist, Josh Sklair
on, "I'm not part of the all." The CD was recorded in Seattle, L.A. and Melbourne Australia. "Dream Asylum" the second CD was co-produced with Matt Cameron, drummer for Soundgarden and Pearl Jam.

In addition to his current band THEY, guest performances include Matt Cameron on "Dream Asylum" and "Them Against Us," Reggie Miles on saw ,and Aiko Shimada vocals on "We're The Prisoners". Mark Nichols wrote the string arrangement on the title track.

Band members of "THEY" include: Dennis Rea guitar, Christine Gunn cello,
Damien Aitken sax, Alicia Allen violin, Ollie Klomp drums, Tige De Coster bass,
Hugh Sutton accordion, Tom Armstrong drums, Paul Beniot guitar, Fred
Chalanor bass, Jim DeJoie clarinet, Jarrod Kaplan drums, and Jordan Ingram saxEric Apoe ,Seattle born songwriter worked two years as a drummer
with Cajun fiddler,Doug Kershaw in the '70's. He was a staff writer
at the L.A. office of Chappell Music." Radioation" is the third CD to date,
recorded live on KUOW/NPR ,and KEXP in Seattle.


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chris rich

Something sturdy and compelling from the Northwest.
The Bag, Romance, St. Louis...,Desiree and Blue Harlot,(originally offered to Tim Hardin) are stunning songs about the nuances of searching for life's evasive sweetness. Romance belongs in a world with Brecht/Weill. Town Without Pity is a long lost song originally made famous by Gene Pitney from Ned Washington and Dmitri Tompkin and Eric gives it a fine new life. Rat Ridden.., Fun Wrecker, and They are commentaries on the new squalor of the encroachments of corporate empire building that extend the work of early Dylan and Phil Ochs.Wild Mountain Thyme is a signature owrk of Erics from the public domain that appears on his first cd Songs of Love and Doom and The Wisdom... is an amazing bit of mini theater involving a philosophical metalog. The band is skillfull and unusual insofar as the array of instruments involved. The work repays repeated listens as does his prior cds Dream Asylum ans Love and Doom.