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by Histamine Apocalypse

An instrumental trio jam band with a classic hard rock & early heavy metal sound: Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin, and Jimi Hendrix lovers, rejoice.
Genre: Rock: Extended Jams
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1. The Way The World Works Is Dumb
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2. Shibby Bloody Shibboleth
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3. The Judge, The Witch, And The Investigator
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4. Cosmological Redd Foxx Shift
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5. Dart Vs. IROC: The Antepenultimate Smackdown
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6. From Alexandria to Mahsinahhekahnikahmik
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7. Extemperaneous Analogies of Fuzzy Dice
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Histamine Apocalypse is an instrumental trio from San Francisco, California.

This CD is all about completely spontaneous jams, musical and visual cues, shared dynamic and stylistic vocabulary, and listening. No one knew where the songs were going until it happened... a wild ride for musician and listener alike.

Elliott Easterly (guitar) and Jamie Flournoy (bass guitar) had played together before, but Tim Arnold (drums) was just a guest for the jam, and the trio hit it off so well musically that they decided to publish the results of their improvisational chemistry. This album is the result.

The music sounds like something you might hear as an extended intro jam from a Jimi Hendrix show, or maybe a classic Black Sabbath or Led Zeppelin concert.

(Format is CD-R - may not play on very old CD players.)

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