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The Mµne-Pi Parables

by Sidz Carbonated Milk

The 28 artists on this 3rd SCM offering lead listeners on a contiguous musical journey through 22 selections; SIDz musical mind-trip takes off from Sidon, goes into the cosmos, down to a gritty city, & proceeds to Jazzy/P-Funk-Fusion points beyond.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz-Funk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. SIDon ('S'on the Map)
3:57 $0.99
2. (Humming) 'cross the Chorus of Gleeful Idiocy
2:06 $0.99
3. That Said... (Sounds Like You Got You a Problem)
2:59 $0.99
4. Mississippi Moonpie
2:02 $0.99
5. Settled and Due...
2:12 $0.99
6. ...In Time
1:17 $0.99
7. Setting A-Sides
3:37 $0.99
8. I'm the One / When Love Has Gotcha
4:54 $0.99
9. Can I Fly Away w/U?
4:40 $0.99
10. How Long is Wrong?
3:41 $0.99
11. Enter Mission: D. E. A. Dass in 'Didn't Know He Was Carrion'
1:37 $0.99
12. Da Hark-Side of the Mµne
2:27 $0.99
13. Cancer
5:21 $0.99
14. Lies
3:40 $0.99
15. What's It Gonna Take?
0:43 $0.99
16. I'm Faithful
2:14 $0.99
17. Tempted and Tested
4:08 $0.99
18. After Some Piano Liasons ii-iii-I
4:25 $0.99
19. Let's Just Get Along
4:26 $0.99
20. 'Call Lee' Ante
4:39 $0.99
21. Happened to Happen to Happen
4:34 $0.99
22. Lullaby 4 - Ourmasaandni Ceorahles
3:32 $0.99
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Album Notes
2009 - 2010 SCM Cast
in order of appearance

SIDney Howard: lead & background vocals, "drums & percussion", acoustic piano, organ, Clavinet, Fender Rhodes piano, live Chromatica® Harmonica, synthesizers, "Bass Guitar", "rhythm guitars", live Echoplex-guitars (on “I’m the One”-Intro), spoons, Daisy™ BBs, , "horns", "accordion", "harp", CWBC™ Bear-On-Easy® wash board, Omnisphere™. As
“Sister Ohwaye”: “acoustic guitars” and modeled synthetic Middle Eastern “vocals”. Farouk Aboukar: Middle Eastern percussion. Mark “Six StringALicious StratoFunk” Drummond: commentary on “…Gleeful Idiocy”, electric and acoustic guitars. Sarah Jjira: commentary on “…Gleeful Idiocy”, lead and background vocals. Theresa Maybee: dramatic portrayals, commentary on “…Gleeful Idiocy”. Reuben Yabuku◊: commentary on “…Gleeful Idiocy”, dramatic portrayals, background vocals and poetic recitation on "Mississippi Moonpie". Torence Carey: commentary on “…Gleeful Idiocy”, Guitars.
Cindy Young: commentary on “…Gleeful Idiocy”, lead and background vocals. Rodney Hoskins: lead and background vocals. Erin Barger: lead and background vocals. J. Carl Robinson: guitars. Tim “X-Mann” Mann: guitars. rufus harris□: live guitar on “Can I Fly Away w/U?”—live drum recordist (for bridgewerksAudio Services – Waterford, MI) on “How Long Is Wrong?”. Jack Marchbanks: guitars and vocals, and CWBC™ Bear-On-Easy® wash board. Vito Lafata: pedal steel guitar. John Holkeboer: background vocals. SiloamPool: lead and background vocals. Ron Otis: drums. Kenny Watson: lead and background vocals. Rick Wiliams: tap dancing. Tiren Jhames+: dramatic portrayals. Lish: lead and side-vocals.
Cye: background vocals. Carey Denha: lead and background vocals. Jason Gittinger: drums. Ralf Patterson: bass guitar. Phillip Van Buren: saxophones. Linnon Wells: lead and background vocals.

◊Reuben Yabuku appears courtesy of Buku Productions Theatre Company, Inc. □rufus harris, courtesy of Red Letter Records +Tiren Jhames, appearing courtesy of ‘Schlenk Noyz Productions’

Technically there for us... Audio. SIDney Howard: recording, editing, mixing, and pre-mastering; Jack Marchbanks produced live percussion recording on “SIDon ‘S’on the Map”; Mark Drummond: recorded live e. guitars on "That Said", "How Long is Wrong?", "Da Hark-Side..."; rufus harris, recorded live acoustic guitar on "Can I Fly Away w/U?" and live drums on "How Long is Wrong?"; J. Carl Robinson recorded live e. guitars on "Setting A-SIDes"; Torence Carey recorded live e. guitars on “’Call Lee’ Ante”; Doug Edwards: mastering engineer. IT-Girls & Guys: Lori Fisher, Christie Holmes, Susan Howard & Richard Mann Jr. Graphic Language spoken by... Mike DuPree: Mµne-Pi logos and graphics. Additional graphics:
Will Burnsteel, SIDney Howard, and Susan Howard. Niles Howard: video (and additional graphics). Rose Licavoli: photography. “Bitten-moon/Moon Pie" concept by J. D. Hancock. The Mµne-Pi Parables well-equipped by Chris Bednar and Dan Bostwick (of TechRep); Greg Curtis (Yamaha); Chuck Miller (Guitar Center: Roseville, MI); Andy Combs and Innovative Audio; Jay Barth (Starin AV) …and you Universal Audio guys for just being the best support staff in the category.

Thank you, Lord for the calling, Your trust, direct inspiration and direction, from which "The Mµne-Pi Parables" has resulted. Thanks again to the many innovative and marvelously talented members of the “The Mµne-Pi Parables” cast for trusting me with your precious abilities. We are so very appreciative to all of the many who lent their voluminous emotional and spiritual support to us. …all the many of you who joined in during our pre-release stage buying all the downloads, becoming followers, and signing on as members of our group. Thanks too, to families of the SIDzCarbonatedMilk family for lending us your own. It has been both an honor and artistic privilege to serve with this 28-soldier-strong talented battalion of such very skilled musicians. That said…, “It’s about winning souls”—Rodney Hoskins “…it’s stuck with me all these many years.”
SCM IV, codename: "NTTT", is already in the works and just around the corner; you’ll be the first to know. I hope to see you all again at the checkpoint—11:35 Tuesday.—SIDizzouttt!!!



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