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Craig Flory | Wigwam Bendix

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Wigwam Bendix

by Craig Flory

Legendary engineer/clarinetist duo engineer an incredible series of encounters between luminaries of Seattle's 1990s creative music scene.
Genre: Avant Garde: Free Improvisation
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1. Face for Monster (feat. Andrew Drury & Matthew Sperry)
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2:26 $0.99
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2. More Okra (feat. Skerik, Ron Weinstein & Mike Stone)
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3:19 $0.99
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3. Wash Your Neck (feat. Geoff Harper & Mike Stone)
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3:13 $0.99
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4. Society Picture (feat. Christian Asplund, Matthew Sperry & Mike Stone)
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5. Split the Blast (feat. Chuck Metcalf & Ed Pias)
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4:30 $0.99
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6. International Drifter (feat. Eyvind Kang, Ed Pias & Rich Glover)
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1:50 $0.99
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7. Cook the Books (feat. Matthew Sperry, Mike Stone & Christian Asplund)
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2:53 $0.99
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8. Blue Bell's Tiger Lilly (feat. Tari Nelson-Zagar, Jenny Scheinman & Trisha Woods)
Craig Flory
3:40 $0.99
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9. Canebrake (feat. Kevin Nortness, Eric Kubista & Andrew Drury)
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3:20 $0.99
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10. Placebo Eyes (feat. Hans Teuber & Geoff Harper)
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1:10 $0.99
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11. Drag Strip Riot (feat. Tim Young & Paul Moore)
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1:42 $0.99
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12. Heaven's Trapdoor (feat. Mike Stone, Christian Asplund & Matthew Sperry)
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0:31 $0.99
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13. Sleep Disorder (feat. John Sampson & Polly Withers)
Craig Flory
3:01 $0.99
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14. Strip the Bark (feat. Steve Kirk, Michael Bisio & Ed Pias)
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2:01 $0.99
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15. Blu Man Chu (feat. Chris Stevens, Ron Weinstein & Rockin' Rick Hurskainen)
Craig Flory
5:37 $0.99
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16. Nothing Looks Good (feat. Ron Weinstein, Skerik & Mike Stone)
Craig Flory
2:23 $0.99
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17. Vo5 (feat. Jeff McGrath, John Sampson & Polly Withers)
Craig Flory
1:17 $0.99
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18. Theme from 10th Nade (feat. Eyvind Kang)
Craig Flory
3:03 $0.99
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19. A Cotton Candy Lunch (feat. Michael Bisio, Steve Kirk & Ed Pias)
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0:59 $0.99
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20. Wang Rokok (feat. Ed Pias & Chuck Metcalf)
Craig Flory
1:14 $0.99
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21. Wigwam Breakdown (feat. Lori Goldston, Robert Jenkins, Dennis Rea, Eric Amrine, Jeff McGrath & Mike Stone)
Craig Flory
2:38 $0.99
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22. Office Party (feat. Polly Withers, Jeff McGrath & John Sampson)
Craig Flory
1:17 $0.99
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23. Heavensend (feat. Christian Asplund, Matthew Sperry & Mike Stone)
Craig Flory
2:19 $0.99
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24. Mahmud (feat. Skerik, Ron Weinstein & Mike Stone)
Craig Flory
3:18 $0.99
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25. Drink Your Scotch (feat. Hans Teuber & Geoff Harper)
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2:54 $0.99
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26. Non-Cooperator (feat. Brent Arnold, Wally Shoup & Andrew Drury)
Craig Flory
3:11 $0.99
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27. The Politican (feat. Trisha Woods, Jenny Scheinman & Tari Nelson-Zagar)
Craig Flory
0:17 $0.99
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28. Window Music (feat. Michael Bisio)
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3:45 $0.99
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29. Monk Blue (feat. MIke Stone, Matthew Sperry & Christian Asplund)
Craig Flory
1:46 $0.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Between June 1994 and February 1996, Craig Flory and Doug Haire turned an unassuming bungalow in Burien into a site for the hippest jam/recording sessions imaginable. During the period when grunge was in its height and decline, there was a parallel if less well-known creative music scene in the Emerald City (that sometimes involved some of the same people). There is no better document of this energetic, irreverent, generous and innovative period and place. Legendary Jack Straw engineer Doug Haire set up an ad hoc recording studio in Craig Flory's grandma's house, with the recording area in the dining room, where the home's piano and organ were located, while the engineer booth was in the family room. Haire recorded through a mixer onto two track digital tape, which made mixing impossible, and thus fostered a healthy spontaneity and performative energy. Craig would invite a diverse array of musicians, some of whom had never played together or met. Some would bring composed material, but most of what's on this record is collective improvisation at its best, with a healthy dose of a uniquely Seattle-style postmodern brew of learnedness/weirdness/virtuosity/genre-bending/humor.

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