Embodying Rhythm Marimba Ensemble | Music for Everyday Life

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Music for Everyday Life

by Embodying Rhythm Marimba Ensemble

Fun, groovy, multi-dimensional, polyphonic music (mostly instrumental) with 7 different sized wooden marimbas, mandolin, trumpet, flute, melodica, drumset, cajon, steelpan, bass clarinet, trombone, tenor sax, bari sax, voices, didgeridoo and percussion.
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1. Dry Ground Life Jacket Safety
3:42 $0.99
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2. Double Edged Superglue
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3. Siyakudumisa
4:44 $0.99
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4. And It Was You
5:50 $0.99
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5. Chipembere
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6. Dorothy's Tune
4:49 $0.99
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7. Late Night, I'm in Trouble
4:14 $0.99
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8. Days 4 & 5
4:30 $0.99
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9. Woolly Hot Pads for All
5:07 $0.99
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10. Talk with It
6:35 $0.99
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11. Baby Foxes Playing in Kaleidoscopic Bliss
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12. Kebler Pass
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13. Dry Ground (Reprise)
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Album Notes
All tracks on Music For Everyday Life composed by David Alderdice & arranged by David Alderdice with the Embodying Rhythm Marimba Ensemble except track 3 traditional; track 4 composed -David & Arlyn Alderdice; track 5 traditional & arranged -Stephen Golovin; track 7 composed -Matt Drbohlov & arranged -David Alderdice.

1). Dry Ground Life Jacket Safety ~ a safari spy rumba large animal rumpus parade.
2). Double Edged Superglue ~ an ethereal soft rock ballad to transmute loneliness into pure inspiration.
3). Siyakudumisa ~ a Christian inspired hymn in the Zulu-Ndebele vocal tradition of the south African region with a slight Rocky Mountain flavor.
4). And It Was You ~ a flag waving samba themed soccer stadium anthem.
5). Chipembere ~ a traditional mbira dzavadzimu piece of the Shona people from Zimbabwe meaning rhinoceros.
6). Dorothy’s Tune ~ a heartfelt instrumental for late and latening grandmas everywhere.
7). Late Night, I’m in Trouble ~ a cool down steelpan vibe, keeping the night alive for…
8). Days 4 & 5 ~ a down-tempo soundtrack to inspire monumental journeys of the heart and soul.
9). Woolly Hot Pads For All ~ a halftime shuffle funk groove with a slight Nyabinghi Afro-Cuban island feel.
10). Talk With It ~ an epic dreamscape with the underpinnings of a toddler’s make believe dinner table adventures.
11). Baby Foxes Playing in Kaleidoscopic Bliss ~ a bouncy rambunctious soundtrack of fluffy, furry, springtime cuteness.
12). Kebler Pass ~ a happy-go-lucky Western Slope scenic Zim ride with a little bit of black & gold whodat? swagger.
13). Dry Ground Reprise ~ a revolving door endcap, this time light and spunky, with feeling.

Cover art: Jen Sanborn. Band photos: Devon Meyers. CD layout: Arlyn Alderdice with Samara Taylor & David Alderdice. Recorded & mixed at db sound studio. Engineered by Daniel Be. Produced by David Alderdice. Mastered by April Golden at Golden Mastering. All tracks were recorded live in a small home studio in Hotchkiss, CO, except for a few instruments that were recorded later due to sonic & physical space constraints.

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