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The Maple Mountain Sunburst Triolian Orchestra

by The Maple Mountain Sunburst Triolian Orchestra

Desert grooves and derelict loops in a wide open sky, slide guitars, mellotrons and marxophones beamed in from some out-of-time dreamworld...
Genre: Electronic: Folktronic
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1. LookListenFeel
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2. The Auctioneer
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3. Where the Coyotes Howl
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4. Age of Steam
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5. The Ruby Yacht
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6. A Beautiful Walk In the Country
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7. Mae Yetter
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8. Black Mambo
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9. Boundless Blue
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Album Notes
The Maple Mountain Sunburst Triolian Orchestra is Canadian
composer/multi-instrumentalist Andy McNeill. And guests…
wonderful guests. Some are musicians. Some are actors (Isabella Rossellini).
Some are auctioneers, cowboys and philosophers.

The music is a series of cinematic dream-like instrumentals done
up in layers of simple patterns and melody. A hybrid of the old
and new. A swirling nostalgic haze fed through shiny new filters
and pixilated with studio trickery.

Kaleidoscopic and funky. Blissed-out and mad.

There will be mellotrons. There will be dobros, mandolins, trombones,
guitars, samplers and mutators, wurlitzer, bass, piano, marxophone,
omnichord, synthesizers old and new, and drums: live and looped,
human and machine.

There will be voices -- voices recaptured from vinyl and tape.
An old cowboy reminiscing about his days as a young lawman in
the Wild West of the 1880’s. A country auctioneer from an old
Smithsonian/Folkways record speed-rapping over a Bruce Cockburn
loop. A 1950’s American radio actor reading a passage from The
Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam.

There will be a very special guest: Isabella Rossellini reciting the
words of the late author/visionary Laura Archera Huxley, widow
of Aldous Huxley. Ms. Rossellini’s performance was recorded on
a beautiful day in New York City in the summer of 2009.

The Maple Mountain Sunburst Triolian Orchestra releases its
debut self-titled album in May 2010.



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