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Ancient Astronaut Theory

by Dave Lisik and Richard Nunns

Ancient Astronaut Theory is a new collection of works composed by Dr. David Lisik for scholar and performer of traditional New Zealand Māori instruments (taonga pūoro), Dr. Richard Nunns.
Genre: World: South Pacific
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1. Part I: The Watchers
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2. Part II: Original Seeding
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3. Part III: Ark of the Covenant
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4. Part IV: Wondjina
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5. Part V: Oannes
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6. Part VI: Lux et Veritas (Light and Truth)
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7. Epilogue: The Watchers
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Ancient Astronaut Theory


Richard Nunns: taonga puoro
Dave Lisik: electronics

All music composed by Dave Lisik (Copyright © 2011, Galloping Cow Music, ASCAP) with improvisations by Richard Nunns

Engineering and mastering by Steve Garden at the Garden Shed in Auckland, NZ
Additional recording, editing and mixing by Dr. David Lisik in Wellington, NZ

Produced by Dave Lisik

Design by Carvan

Great thanks Richard and Rattle Records: Steve Garden and John Psathas; Victoria University of Wellington: Neil Quigley; The New Zealand School of Music: Elizabeth Hudson, Greer Garden, Donald Maurice, Inge van Rij, Nick Tipping, Rodger Fox and the NZSM faculty and staff; Amy Rempel; Dave Monette; Jack Cooper, Jim Richens, Bob Washut, Chris Merz, Randy Grabowski, Dennis Gowen, Ron Paley, Gary Pollard, Mark Waldera, Mark Snyder: Sound Wizard; Michael Ondaatje, and Lorne and Susan Lisik.


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