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Black Fang White Elk

by Owleater

Using conventional percussion, found objects, and abandoned instruments, Chicago based percussionist Joe St.Charles builds and deconstructs twelve original compositions for the first time available on vinyl.
Genre: Avant Garde: Structured Improvisation
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1. Democritus
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2. The Dark Era
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3. Telepathist
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4. Diamond Point
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5. Old Copper Culture
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6. White Elk
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7. Animal Bone
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8. Black Fang
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9. Favored Land
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10. Blood and Thunder
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11. Haltiner's Hall of Ancient Man
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12. Place of the Image Stones
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Recorded in Chicago 2016 at
Experimental Sound Studio and the
Newgard Found Sound Room.

Engineered by Alex Inglizian at ESS and
Joe St.Charles at Newgard Found Sound.

All songs written and performed by Joe St.Charles.

Instrumentation: drums, cymbals, pots, glassware, bells,
glockenspiel, gongs, autoharps, tongue drums, kalimbas,
claves, woodblocks, chimes, goblets, spoons, slide whistles,
bow, ocarina, toy piano, morin khuur, and various other
percussion instruments.

Cover art by Joe ST.Charles and Julia Rae Antonick.
Inner gatefold photo by Dan Merlo.

Special thanks to: Julia Rae Antonick, Jonathan Meyer,
Alex Inglizian, Richard Logan, Peter Handler,
Derek Stanton, and Kevin Spafford.

This project was supported in part by a
grant from the Reva & David Logan Foundation.


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