Inky Shadows | Picnic Eve 2427

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Picnic Eve 2427

by Inky Shadows

Unique compositions for electric guitar and double bass. A journey exploring the 1927 origins of a fictitious holiday 400 years into the future.
Genre: Jazz: Weird Jazz
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1. Picnic Eve 1927
4:27 album only
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2. The New Four-Minute Mile
3:14 album only
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3. Human Bullet
5:58 album only
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4. Deadman's Hayride
4:19 album only
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5. Persimmons
5:35 album only
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6. Fox Mulder
3:11 album only
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7. Pistachio Wars
3:59 album only
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8. Dinosaur Burgers
3:14 album only
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9. Canon
4:59 album only
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10. Dreamlife
5:22 album only
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11. Burning Down the Memory Castle
2:44 album only
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12. Picnic Eve 2427 (Amnesia Fortress)
1:24 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Behold "Picnic Eve, 2427"—the first full length album from Inky Shadows—Portland's finest "make-believe jazz" duo. Highlighting their dark and moody side, "Picnic Eve, 2427" serves a a futuristic retrospective of 500 years of music from the little known holiday Picnic Eve. Marvel at the sonorous improvisations of summer. Revel in rich chords of early interstellar travel.

George Mandis plays guitar
Chris Frank plays bass

Recording & Mixed with Will West at Anthemtown Studio in Portland, OR.

Artwork by Hannah Salomon

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