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But It Was

by Sour Orange

Post-rock Jazz or Neo-Canterbury. These students hailing from Farnham, Surrey play the music of tomorrow. Limited edition set 180g audiophile vinyl + CD; lacquer cut at Abbey Road Studios; pressed at the ex-EMI factory, Hayes. Enjoy
Genre: Jazz: Progressive Jazz
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2. Around the Corner
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3. Tibet
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4. Australis Nebula
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5. Pyramids
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6. But It Was
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7. Enigma
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Surrey England is not only the home of British Blues, but a hot bed of British prog bands. Sour Orange are students from Nick Mason's old school in Farnham, Surrey, a stone's throw from Godamiing which produced Genesis. Sour Orange's music is mostly instrumental and has a unique sound of its own. The Sour Orange guitarist/writer Kit Martin (15 at the time of recording) who was brought up with the Canterbury music of Soft Machine and Caravan while the other founder member Mune Sugiyama (16 at the time of recording) is a drummer and writer influenced by MIles and Herbie Hancock. Their music draws from elements of psychedelia, spirituality, jazz, rock, soul, funk, folk and African, Latin, Brazilian, Indian and Asian influences. Sour Orange's music is both expansive and highly rhythmic, and simultaneously finds connections with the mind, soul and body.
Sour Orange/But It Was

Side 1 (20’25”)
1 Phrenology (K Martin S Sugiyama) 4’35”
2 Around the Corner (K Martin J Collymore S Sugiyama M Sugiyama) 6’54”
3 Tibet (K Martin S Sugiyama) 4’23”
4 Australis Nebula (M Sugiyama) 4’33”

Side 2 (22’25”)
1 Pyramids (K Martin S Sugiyama M Sugiyama J Collymore) 4’06”
2 But It Was (S Sugiyama K Martin J Collymore) 5’14”
3 Enigma (S Sugiyama) 8’46”
4 Leugny (K Martin S Sugiyama M Sugiyama) 4’19”

Produced by M Sugiyama, K Martin, S Sugiyama

Kit Martin – guitar, synthesiser
Mune Sugiyama – drums
Saiichi Sugiyama – bass
Alex Armstrong – piano (A1, B2, B3), Rhodes (A3), Hammond (B4)
James Collymore – saxophone

Additional instrumentation:
Daisy Moon – vocals (A3)
Alex Forsyth – flute (B2)
Kit Martin – Rhodes (B1)
James Collymore – Rhodes (A2), congas (B4)
Mune Sugiyama – piano (A4), trumpet (B4)
Saiichi Sugiyama – acoustic guitar (A4), electric guitar (B4)

Recorded at Smokehouse Studios, Wapping, London 5 & 6 September 2009
Engineered by Jonathan McMillan
Mixed by Phil Tyreman
Mastered at Rodney Mills Masterhouse, Atlanta, Georgia
Vinyl mastering at Abbey Road Studios, London NW8

Sour Orange would like to thank Alex Forsyth, Daisy Moon and Paul Madden

(p)&© 2010 Cedar Mountain Music | PO Box 489 | Farnham | Surrey GU10 3WZ | England



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