Scott Buck | Southern Tribe

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Southern Tribe

by Scott Buck

Folktronic, world influences. Trippy, trancy. Music for dance, movement as meditation. This project was inspired by the beautiful handmade cigar box guitars built for me in the American South by Mike Snowden of Marietta Georgia; rain soaked afternoons spent dancing under the sky in South Maharastra India, and magical star filled evenings sitting around drum circles with Berber tribe musicians in Southern Morocco.
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1. Spirits Edge
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2. Trip Hop Shaman
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3. Moving in Sand
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4. Karma Pirate
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5. Techno Tent
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6. Hacha
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7. Surdu Belly
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8. Star Time
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Southern Tribe is the audio document of a multi media dance and musical collaboration that was performed and recorded “live” in the studio with myself on stringed instruments and electronic treatments and Jeff Sipe on percussions.
Jeff and I, interacting with two dancers created a dynamic quartet connecting movement and sound into an organic whole in which the dance of sound and movement created each other. All recordings are first and complete takes; they were performed once and recorded with no overdubs to maintain the spontaneity of live performance.


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