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Reel Time Evolution

by Josh Dekaney

Original percussion, drum, and electronic music.
Genre: Avant Garde: Electro-Acoustic
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. 808 to 909
2:03 $0.99
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2. Heco-Heco Shuffle (feat. Mark Doyle)
1:51 $0.99
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3. Reggae Toms
2:32 $0.99
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4. Kalimba Lullaby
3:42 $0.99
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5. Two Kepler Stars
1:27 $0.99
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6. 10 Cycles (feat. Jimmy Haslip)
2:45 $0.99
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7. Urubupungá (feat. Grupo Pagán)
3:18 $0.99
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8. Interlude II
1:26 $0.99
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9. Bowling with Prince (feat. Jimmy Haslip)
1:36 $0.99
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10. Six Billion Syllables (feat. Heath Hanlin)
3:09 $0.99
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11. Berimbau Funk
2:08 $0.99
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12. Song Birds
2:08 $0.99
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13. Sledgehog (feat. Doug Maake)
3:28 $0.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Reel Time Evolution is a collection of original music for percussion, drums, and electronics that feature solo pieces by Josh Dekaney as well duo collaborations with Mark Doyle, Jimmy Haslip, and Heath Hanlin. It also includes previously released tracks from projects with Samba Laranja and Grupo Pagán.

808 to 909 - recorded at JAD studios. JD - berimbau, rub board, Kotche drum, Roland SPD-SX. Jon Kane - engineer & mixer

Heco-Heco Shuffle - recorded at JAD studios. JD - drums, frame drum, bamboo reco-reco, nose flute. Mark Doyle - bass and keyboards. Jon Kane - engineer & mixer

Reggae Toms - recorded at JAD studios and Belfer Audio Laboratory. JD - drums, caxixi, udu. Jon Kane - engineer & mixer

Kalimba Lullaby - recorded at JAD studios. JD - kalimba, crotales, vibraphone, voice. Jon Kane - engineer & mixer

Two Kepler Stars - recorded at JAD studios and Belfer Audio Laboratory, JD - Roland SPD-SX. Jon Kane - engineer & mixer

10 Cycles - recorded at JA Castle Studio. Jimmy Haslip - synth programming. JD - congas, bull roarer, bell strands, gong, bamboo flutes, voice, repenique. Matt Wagner - engineer. Mixed and mastered by Rich Breen and Jimmy Haslip at Dogmatic Studios. Original release - Grupo Pagán - Save the World 2007

Urubupungá - recorded at JA Castle Studio. Matt Wagner - engineer. Mixed and mastered by Rich Breen and Jimmy Haslip at Dogmatic Studios. Edited by Rich Breen. Trombone recording by Mark Doyle. Original release - Grupo Pagán - Save the World 2007. Edgar Pagán - bass and vocals. Kenny Budd - guitar and vocals. Bill DiCosimo - piano and vocals. Rhonda Arns - vocals. Frank Neubert - drums. JD- percussion and vocals. Melissa Gardiner - trombone 2015

Interlude II - recorded at Belfer Audio Labratory. JD - kalimba, alarm bell. James Abbott - engineer. Original release - Samba Laranja: the Syracuse University Brazilian ensemble, Native Orange 2010

Bowling with Prince - recorded at JA Castle studio. Jimmy Haslip - synth programming. JD - congas, timbau, caxixi, repenique. Matt Wagner - engineer. Mixed and mastered by Rich Breen and Jimmy Haslip at Dogmatic Studios. Original release - Grupo Pagán, Save the World 2007.

Six Billion Syllables - recorded at Shaffer Art Building, Syracuse University. Heath Hanlin - synthesizer. JD - drums. Original release - Ods Bodkin self titled 2011. Mixed by Heath Hanlin at HH studios

Berimbau Funk - recorded at Belfer Audio Laboratory. JD - drums, berimbau, caxixi, metals, dove call, bell strands. Jim Abbott - engineer. Original release - Joshua Dekaney, The Cat’s Away Sessions 2003

Song Birds - recorded at Shaffer Art Building, Syracuse University. JD - pandeiro, talking drum, bird calls. Engineered by Heath Hanlin. Mixed by Jason “Jocko” Randall

Sledgehog - drums recorded at Belfer Audio Laboratory, Syracuse University 2003. Doug Maake - electronics 2015. JD - prepared drums & metals. Jim Abbott - drum engineer. Mixed by Doug Maake

Artwork by Annie Detrick

Design by Amanda Rogers

Produced and Mastered by Mark Doyle

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