Music from Summerland

by paul bailey

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about

Music from Summerland explores the juxtaposition of pop song forms and harmonies through post-modern and minimalist gestures. summerland refers to a mythical-emotional place where we escape daily routine by making music; composing, rehearsing and performing. this music lies somewhere between art music (music meant to be contemplated) and pop music (music meant for mass consumption).

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released 01 May 2002
musicians:
sam formicola, violin
andy greybill, violin
fernando vela, viola
sean ferguson, electic guitar
bruno cilloniz, vibraphone
nelson ojeda, keyboard
matt menaged, bass guitar
chris searight, baritone sax
paul bailey, trombone

recorded summer 2002 @the bakery in north hollywood, ca
engineered, glen fujiwara
mixed, paul bailey
mastered, j. marcus (orpharion recordings)

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