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Yo Miss!

by Judith Sloan

Judith Sloan's theatre and music piece about her work with immigrant and incarcerated youth. Includes music by David Krakauer, Andrew Griffin, Josh Henderson, Miwi La Lupa, Taylor Rivelli, Touré Harris, Joshua Valleau, Adam Hill and Red Ukachukwu.
Genre: Avant Garde: Sound Art
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. What's Your Status
Judith Sloan
3:12 album only
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2. Yo Miss
Judith Sloan
1:32 album only
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3. Sweeping Statements
Judith Sloan
7:22 album only
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4. Tongue Twisters Meet Hip Hop
Judith Sloan
3:17 album only
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5. 6 AM 2001
Judith Sloan
6:38 album only
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6. We Look Like Sisters
Judith Sloan
2:50 album only
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7. Picasso and PTSD
Judith Sloan
1:35 album only
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8. Across the Bridge
Judith Sloan
6:32 album only
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9. Stories Like These
Judith Sloan
3:34 album only
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10. Peace in the Streets (Bonus Track) [feat. Marsha Gildin, La Bruja, Josh Henderson, Josh Valleau, Geneviéve Beaudoin & Nancy Monahan]
Adrienne Cooper
3:40 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Yo Miss! Where human rights, meets hip hop, meets the power of women and girls! A sound and performance project that mixes stories, character performances, music, and sampling created for a live performance and radio by Judith Sloan. A project of EarSay, the Yo Miss! multi-media project includes a play, a cd, radio stories, public dialogues and workshops for immigrant and refugee youth.

Sound design and production by Judith Sloan. Mixed and mastered by Joshua Valleau at The Glass Wall, unless otherwise noted. Yo Miss! is a project that mixes stories, music, and sampling created for a live performance and radio. Photographs by Melvin McCray. Special thanks to Morgan Jenness, Warren Lehrer, Viper Records, the community of students, teachers and administrators at the International High School at LaGuardia Community College in Queens, NY. EarSay is a non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization. Proceeds from the sale of Yo Miss! CD go toward EarSay’s public dialogues and workshops for immigrant and refugee youth. For more information: EarSay PO BOX 4338, Sunnyside, NY 11104 www.earsay.org or info@earsay.org

1. What’s Your Status? 03:12 EarSay Sound (ASCAP)
Vocals written performed and arranged by Judith Sloan. Music composed, performed and produced by Taylor Rivelli. Samples of drums by Frank London. Mixed and mastered by Ryan West.

2. Yo Miss! 01:30 EarSay Sound (ASCAP)
Written and performed by Judith Sloan. Street Soundscape produced by Judith Sloan.

3. Sweeping Statements 07:20 EarSay Sound (ASCAP)
Vocals written, performed and arranged by Judith Sloan. Additional voices: Jonathan David, Adam MJ Hill. Music composed and performed by Taylor Rivelli. Dave Guy trumpets, Andrew Griffin violas. Arrangement by Judith Sloan, Taylor Rivelli, Josh Valleau. Mixed and mastered by Josh Valleau.

4. Tongue Twisters Meet Hip Hop 03:15 EarSay Sound (ASCAP)
Written and performed by Judith Sloan. Tongue twisters recorded and mixed by Judith Sloan.
Touré “Southpaw” Harris as himself. Vocals recorded at Viper Studio. (THIRD WORLD, Immortal Technique courtesy Viper Records).

5. 6 AM, 2001 06:36 EarSay Sound (ASCAP)
Vocals written performed and arranged by Judith Sloan. Music composed by Taylor Rivelli assisted by Judith Sloan. Guitars, percussion, bass, synth by Taylor Rivelli. Clarinets composed & performed by David Krakauer. Violas Josh Henderson. Arrangement & production: Sloan/Rivelli/Valleau.

6. We Look Like Sisters 02:48 EarSay Sound (ASCAP)
Written and performed by Judith Sloan. Drum tracks produced by Touré “Southpaw” Harris.
Saxaphones by Samir Zariff and Lars Dietrich

7. Picasso and PTSD 01:33 EarSay Sound (ASCAP)
Vocals written and performed Judith Sloan. Bass Miwi La Lupa. Viola Andrew Griffin

8. Across the Bridge 06:30 EarSay Sound (ASCAP)
Vocals written and performed by Judith Sloan. Music composed by Taylor Rivelli, assisted by Judith Sloan. Clarinets composed and performed David Krakauer. Guitars and percussion and synth performed by Taylor Rivelli. Bass performed by Joshua Valleau. Arrangement and orchestration by Taylor Rivelli, Joshua Valleau, Judith Sloan. Mixed and mastered by Joshua Valleau.

9. Really Good Beat 03:32 EarSay Sound (ASCAP)
Vocals written arranged and performed by Judith Sloan. Bass lines composed by Miwi La Lupa, performed by Joshua Valleau. Final end beat produced and composed by Adam MJ Hill and Red Ukachukwu. Additional violas performed by Andrew Griffin. Recorded at The Glass Wall. Mixed and mastered by Joshua Valleau.

10. (bonus track) Peace in the Streets 03:38
Khasidic adapted: Adrienne Cooper Yiddishmuse (ASCAP)
Produced by Judith Sloan, Touré Harris and Joshua Valleau.
Bass and violins, by Josh Henderson. Percussion Joshua Valleau. Vocals: Yiddish by Marsha Gildin; Spanish by La Bruja (Caridad de la Luz); French by Genviéve Beaudoin; Turkish by Nancy Monahan. Spoken languages: Tagalog by David Evangelista; Chinese by Mei Dan Li; Russian by
Elizaveta Liutova, Wolof by Aby Fall. Vocals, bass and violins recorded and engineered by Touré “Southpaw” Harris at Viper Studio.








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