The Surf Messengers | T50+1 part one

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T50+1 part one

by The Surf Messengers

Another cross-genre impro adventure; exciting times.
Genre: Avant Garde: Structured Improvisation
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1. Water
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2. Arctic Casino
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3. Pilchard Kazoos
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4. Never mind the quantum physics/ Decker John
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5. ...been here before...
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6. GIVE IT UP! (for lent)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
'T50 +1 part one' was created and recorded in the foothills of the Prescelli mountains, south west Wales one early autumn day in 2005.



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As usual with the Messengers this recording is a quirky affair - they never seem to know what type of band they are, which means the CD is full of delightful suprises.


The Surf Messengers are:

Annie Q. - plays mainly flute,sax,clarinet and creates
wistfully twisted lyrics.

Glenda Pescado - when not playing bass, loves to generate
and manipulate noise in all manner of ways.

Nick Danger - drums and dictaphone (and unlikely sound
sources juxtaposed for your delight)

Will Whitney - impacts (guitars/keyboards/gearbox housings/
the whole enchilada)


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