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Living Cultures 2001

by Petri Disk Studios

Everything but the Kitchen Sink from the Petri Disk Studio team.
Genre: Electronic: Breakbeat/Breaks
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  Song Share Time Download
1. 2 Step Benzo
Drunken Monkey
5:34 album only
2. Crush
Sweet Leaf Boys
2:01 album only
3. Red Truck/Black Bus
Drunken Monkey
5:49 album only
4. River Ganges
Splintered Tree
2:55 album only
5. Bad Luck
Mr. D's Projections
7:23 album only
6. By Birth
Splintered Tree
5:31 album only
7. Besides House
Drunken Monkey
8:46 album only
8. Sometimes
Splintered Tree
3:31 album only


Album Notes
First annual installment of the Petri Disk Studios "Living Cultures" series. This represents the myriad styles and directions witnessed in just the first year of the studio's existence. Already the studio's output has been making a mark with one of these tracks currently signed and released to San Francisco's Sunburn records,, and soon to be storming the dance floors of the world in the summer of 2003!

This CD sets the standard for diversity and quality that Petri Disk aims to keep at the forefront of all its musical work in the future. 2 Step, House, Pop, Gospel, Rock N Roll, and on and on and on. The only must is dedication to the soul of the song.

Also of note is the 2002 release of "Living Cultures" which continues the expansion into higher levels of technical skill and features collaborations with some of the bay area's finest musical forces. Opening minds everywhere!



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Jonny Fojtik

Dan Lippincott has a pactiche, cut and paste mentality not unlike the cut up met
Mixing folk into a digitally sound realm of existence is incredibly difficult to do, but Dan Lippincott makes it look like he's baking cookies. This is an awesome disply of the power of the independent studios in and around the Bay area.
Check the "River Ganges" and "By Birth," two songs that have that old timey flavor to it with a soulful take on modern BLues.