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Waking the Living

by Earth People

"...EVERY kind of music with no restrictions in an undivided vision...we listen to it, grow from it, make the music and the art of Earth...", B King
Genre: Jazz: Free Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Earth People (expressions in Five Episodes)
36:25 album only
2. Don't Think About It
28:59 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Waking the Living is the debut album from Earth People.

Recorded live in March 2001 at CTV studios on Staten Island, the event was recorded to multi-track and video-taped for a future DVD release.

The lineup is as follows: Andre Martinez - DW "Timeless Timber" drums, cocktail set, balafons, gongs, doumbek, talking drum, and other percussion / Doug "grand pepper of reality" Principato - guitars, synth, Moog & tin whistle / M - vocals & incantations / Karen Borca - the bassoon / Jason Candler - alto sax & doumbek / Daniel Carter - flute, saxes & trumpet / Sabir Mateen - saxes, bass clarinet & flute / Mark Hennen - synthesizer / Francois Grillot - contrabass / Gary Miles - electric bass, bass clarinet, baritone guitar / Matt Lavelle - trumpet & bass clarinet / Ricardo Solis - congas, bun buns, moroccan clay drums, quataca, caixixis, djembe, jun juns, & rainstick / Dan Gaydos - sitar & electric guitar.

Liner notes by Bernard King in a deluxe fold-out package with pull out poster of cover sketch by Lauren Martinez.

An Undivided Vision production.



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