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Inn Paradiso

by Kubilay Uner

Thickly layered instrumental music played by multitudes, fuzz-boxed folklore from a people not yet discovered, electronic, acoustic and steam-driven, all at the same time.
Genre: Electronic: Soundscapes
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Eyes. Closed. Go.
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2. The Day the Roof Let in the Sky
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3. Seed / Spark (feat. Daniel Rosenboom)
5:39 $0.99
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4. After (feat. Daniel Rosenboom)
4:08 $0.99
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5. The Local (feat. Clinton Patterson)
5:40 $0.99
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6. Hearth (feat. April Guthrie)
3:53 $0.99
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7. Manna (feat. Johanna Wiedemann, Flaithri Neff, Bryan Landers, Seref Dalyanoglu, Vinny Golia & The International Manna Chorus)
5:26 $0.99
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8. Inside / Out Through the in Door (feat. Daniel Rosenboom & Jason Staczek)
5:59 $0.99
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9. One Million and One
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
INN PARADISO

This is music about swamp people parties, giant sunflowers, revolutions, Otis the arsonist, and the kid whose genie made the whole market dance [but it's really about none of this at all.]

It's got escalators, packs of wolves, trains, crowds, a little girl, and a punk yelling into my location recording mic. There are trumpets, there are pipes, there are cellos, a hammond organ, and plenty of reeds.

There are shoe boxes with rubber bands and flower pots and voice mutators and synthesizers and stomp boxes and a mic pre and stomp boxes, more stomp boxes, more stomp boxes, more stomp boxes and a guitar and more stomp boxes and a tube amp and distortion!

It's dense and sparse [but mostly dense.] It's loud and soft [but mostly loud.] There's no message, it's not *about* anything - it's just there for you to listen.

Written and performed by Kubilay Üner
Programmed, recorded and mixed by Kubilay Üner at Dissonanz, North Hollywood
Mastered by John Rodd at Clearstory Sound, Los Angeles
Cover photo by april-mo

Special guest performers:
(in alphabetical order)

April Guthrie: cello (6)
Bryan Landers: banjo, tambura (7)
Clinton Patterson: trumpets, mariachi trumpet arrangement (5); cello recording (6)
Daniel Rosenboom: trumpets, flugelhorn (1,3,4,8)
Flaithri Neff: uilleann pipes, low whistle (7)
Jason Staczek: hammond organ (8)
Johanna Wiedemann: opening solo vocal (7)
Kati Carota: vocals (2) viola (5,8)
Random teenage passer-by: unsolicited grunts into location recording mic (3)
Seref Dalyanoglu: oud (7)
Thomas McBean: french horns (3,9)
Tim Tonti: drums, screams (3)
Vinny Golia: zournas, baritone sax (7)
Zidi Tonti: vocal chants (3)

The International Manna Chorus:
(unison melody on track 7)

Johanna Wiedemann, Jakob Wiedemann, Victoria Levy, Lucy Levinsohn, Sinisa Horn: vocals
Ellen Burr: flutes
Vinny Golia: sopranino sax
Sinisa Horn: melodica
Flaithri Neff: uilleann pipes
Hagai Or: flumpet (yes, that's what it's called)
Xaver Himpsl: trumpet, piccolo trumpet
Erwin Gregg: trombone
Thomas Braun: french horn
Ludwig Himpsl: french horn, tuba
Erika Walczak: violin
Bryan Landers: banjo, tambura
Seref Dalyanoglu: oud
Franztürk Himpsl: saz
Clemens Wiedemann: acoustic guitar

Special Thanks to:
All the musicians who played on the album, from LA and the Bay Area all the way to Munich and Ireland; Allison Baer and Haynes Brooke; the entire CalArts community; Mort Subotnick; the inspiring music makers of Los Angeles; and, most especially, to Jen.

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