Gino Brann | Annapurna

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by Gino Brann

Folky jazzy mountain music inspired by and birthed in the hills of Nepal.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Jazz
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1. Leeches
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2. Day 8, Still No Yeti
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3. At the Temple
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4. The View from Sarangkot
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5. Those Eyes
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6. Dog vs. Monkey
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7. The Enlightened One
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8. Sunfall/Rainshine
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9. Annapurna
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Album Notes
Annapurna was written while trekking through the Annapurna mountain range of Nepal during July-August 2011. The landscape was breathtaking, the people were warm and welcoming, and the discoveries within were constant. This album has been made to celebrate that experience through music.

all songs by Gino Brann

Gino Brann - guitar, bass, lap steel, vocals
Jim Batcho - percussion
Jim Batcho, Mike Edmunds, Anthony Garcia, Michael Laveck, Violet Lea, Melanie Lenau, Kelsey Smith - vocals

-Album cover-
Annapurna Range, ca. 1975. Photograph by "Smokin'" Joe Avallone
Thank you for the beautiful picture, travel advice, inspiration, and friendship. Rest in peace.

Parts of 'Annapurna' were recorded independently at various guesthouses, teahouses and flophouses in Nepal. Special thanks to my porter, Sanjeev Chaudhary, and the Gauri Shankar Guest House in Pokhara.

Much of the album was recorded with Michael Laveck at Mica Mountain Works in Busan, South Korea.

Mixed and mastered with Michael Laveck at Mica Mountain Works.


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