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Minus Ridiculous

by Mahabongo

This is a collection of pop/jazz songs that were mostly home recording experiments, originally recorded in the '80s and '90s on a series of five albums on cassette; there are a few glitches here and there, but, anyway, here they are.
Genre: Pop: British Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Night in Osaka
4:57 $0.39
2. Comes from Above
3:38 $0.39
3. The English Riviera
5:01 $0.39
4. If There's a Solution
4:55 $0.39
5. Witch and the Madman Jig
4:47 $0.39
6. Close to the Heart
3:43 $0.39
7. Say What You Will
3:53 $0.39
8. Mirrors of the World
4:51 $0.39
9. First Time
3:54 $0.39
10. Love the Way You Live
3:58 $0.39
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Album Notes
All songs written by Matthew Clark
Matthew Clark: acoustic guitar, vocals, synths, percussion, bamboo flute
Recorded at several locations in Sussex on 8-track, apart from tracks 1, 2 and 9.

1. September 1993 at PWS, Hove
Programming, arrangement, guitar solo: Grant Ransom
2. July 1994 at PWS, Hove; remixed February 1998
Drum programming: Grant Ransom
Bass: Eddie Myer
3. October 1992
Piano: Adam Routh
Bass: Eddie Myer
4. November 1997
Bass: Eddie Myer
5. June 1990; remixed February 1998
Bass: Eddie Myer
Trumpet, harmonica: Steve Dubey
6. July 1992; remixed March 1998
Bass: Eddie Myer
Flute: Adrian Brett
7. January 1998
Bass: Eddie Myer
8. August 1988; remixed February 1998
Bass, electric guitar: Patrick Wilson
Bongos: Tim Williams
9. May 1995 at PWS
Bass: Eddie Myer
Programming: Grant Ransom
10. March 1998



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