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Afinké Machine

by Afinké Machine

Raw & honest acoustic steelpan artistry in the purest instrumental fashion. Afinké Machine's debut album was recorded at Planet Paul's recording studio in Wichita, Kansas in the Fall of 1999. Recorded live and mixed over the course of 72 hours.
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1. Two to the Power of Seven
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2. Beatnik Fishstick
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3. Funky Social Calypso
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4. Miles Away
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5. Crying
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6. Africa
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7. Sruti Panchavadymn
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Joseph John Peck - tenor pan, axatse
Matt Maholland - double second pans, congas, xylo-marimba, shekere
Troy Olson - guitar pans, shekere
Mark Lewis - bass pans, agogo bells
Chris Herriage - drums, wind chimes

All compositions by Joseph John Peck, published by Panhead Music (ASCAP), except Track 5, "Crying" composed and published by Len Boogsie Sharpe.

Produced by Afinké Machine
Engineered by Paul Carter
Mixed by Afinké Machine and Paul Carter
Recorded and Mixed at Planet Paul Recording Studios
Mastered by Don Grossinger
Front Cover Water Color by Zack Gingrich
Art Direction and Design by John Nguyen

Afinké Machine would like to thank: Ellie Mannette (The father of the modern steel drum), J.C. Combs, Darren Dyke, Phil Hawkins, Janet Cramer, Sterling Gray, Keith McGee, Ray Holman, Wichita State University Music Department, Paul Carter, Elizabeth Crandell, Lee Shiney, Russ Paladino, John Nguyen, Zach Gingrich, Dave Turner, Len Boogsie Sharpe for the creation of Crying (track 5), and all of our friends, family & fans.

© 1997 - 2011 Panhead Music

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