Stuart Bogie & Superhuman Happiness | Fall Down Seven Times Stand Up Eight

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Fall Down Seven Times Stand Up Eight

by Stuart Bogie & Superhuman Happiness

Instrumentals for bank robbing, beach combing, lamenting lost ideas, and running the sword of integrity through the heart of evil monsters who hunt for pleasure, despite having ever tasted such a thing.
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1. Prelude
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2. 7,6,5,4,3,2,1
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3. Human Happiness
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4. Interlude
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5. Mr. Mystery
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6. Somewhere in New Mexico
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7. The Market
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Fall Down Seven Times, Stand Up Eight was recorded in 2007 in a dusty basement in New York. The compositions are a collection written by Stuart Bogie as Christmas presents for his family ten years ago. After a long and arduous tour conducting the Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra, Bogie produced these recordings as a release from the mental inertia of the road. The songs explore contemporary directions in afrobeat and electrofunk, while being recorded on an old analog tape machine. The legendary Tascam 388 gives the producer only 8 tracks to shape his music, and this restriction provided the essential boundaries to guide the creative process. Two of the songs were produced with Zachary Mastoon (a.k.a. Caural), whom Bogie has worked with since about 1984.

Stuart Bogie is known for his arranging and playing with Passion Pit, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Holly Miranda, Volney Litmus, Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra, The FunkeyMonkeys, TV on the Radio, Medeski, Martin and Wood, Celebration, Zak De Larocca, Angelique Kidjo, Bat for Lashes, Foals, Scarlett Johansen, Harlem Shakes, The Roots, Mark Ronson, Saul Williams, Bright Black Morning Light and Islands.

Zachary Mastoon (co-production, drums, percussion) performs and records under the name Caural, and tours with Bus Driver

Oren Blowedow (Bass) has worked with Meshelle N'Degeocello, Liz Wright, Elysian Fields, The Lounge Lizards

Luke O'Malley (Guitar) has worked with Antibalas, The Phenomenal Handclap Band, May J Blige

Ryan Ferreira (Guitar) is a member of Jersey Band

Jeremiah Lockwood (Guitar) leads Sway Machinery, composes for Puppet Heap, and play with Balkan Beat Box

Ryan Sawyer (Drums)performs with Eye Contact and Stars Like Fleas

Brian Chase (Drums) is a member of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and the Sway Machinery

Chris Vatalaro (Drums) in a member of Antibalas

Eric Biondo (Trumpet) performs with Davey Jones, The FunkeyMonkeys, and Antibalas

Eli Asher (Trumpet)

Jordan McLean (Trumpet) wrote for the musical Fela! and is a member of Sway Machinery and Antibalas

Aaron Johnson (Trombone) is the musical director of Fela! and is a member of Antibalas.

Gabriel Roth (Tambourine) leads Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings and won a grammy for his work on the Amy Winehouse record Back to Black.



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