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Various - Passed Normal Vol. 6&7 album download

Performer:

Various

Title:

Passed Normal Vol. 6&7

Genre:

Electronic / Jazz / Rock

MP3 album size:

1918 mb

Other music formats:

MIDI AC3 AHX WAV AUD TTA MP3

Rating:

4.8 ✱

Style:

Alternative Rock, Folk Rock, Indie Rock, Garage Rock, Modern Classical, Experimental, Avantgarde, Contemporary Jazz, Post Rock, Leftfield, Free Improvisation, Psychedelic Rock, Minimal, Parody

Date of release:

1993

Various - Passed Normal Vol. 6&7 album download

Tracklist Hide Credits

1-1 Holy Joy* Tracksuit Vendetta
Bass – Emrye Baird*Drum – Bill LewingtonGuitar – Paul SampsonKeyboards – Alf Thomas*Trombone – Adrian Bailey Violin – Chris Brierly*Vocals – Johnny Brown*
5:51
1-2 Mark Robson / Graham Clark / Fred Gianelli* Narnia
Didgeridoo, Tin Whistle, Keyboards – Mark RobsonDrum Programming – Mark Alan Miller, Pater DyspariaEdited By [FOT Edit] – Michael ClareSynthesizer [Roland SH-101] – Fred Gianelli*Violin – Graham Clark
6:00
1-3 Men & Volts Mr. Mr. Po
Bass Guitar – David GreenbergerDrums – Jon ProudmanGuitar, Organ – Phil KaplanVocals – Jeff Cronenberg, Roger Stevenson*Written-By – Kaplan*, Stevenson*
5:08
1-4 Nimbus* Nyckelfiguren
Drums [Electric], Performer [Aparatorium] – Hasse BruniussonGuitar, Keyboards, Bass, Written-By – Hakan Almkvist*Mixed By – Roine Stolt
3:20
1-5 Maestro Subgum And The Whole Sticky Ticky Liquid
Vocals – Beau O'Reilly, Bob Jacobson, Colm O'Reilly, Jenny Magnus, Mark Messing, Ned Folkerth
2:43
1-6 Skot Lee Wilson Burn
Lead Vocals, Harmony Vocals – Skot Lee WilsonSynthesizer [Midi, Moog], Guitar, E-Bow – Pink BobVoice [Spoken Vocals] – Voodoo Mark
2:41
1-7 Ron Geesin Dr. Gray's Thankyou
Instruments [All] – Ron Geesin
6:33
1-8 Peter Blegvad Driver's Seat
Accordion – Peter HolsappleBass – Dave Hofstra*Guitar – Dave SchrammVocals, Guitar – Peter Blegvad
3:55
1-9 Big Butter The Star Of Tomato
Instruments – Mike Biskup, Tim Biskup
2:11
1-10 Winston Damon Sojourn
Instruments [All] – Winston Damon
3:53
1-11 Steve Berson Hiroshima
Congas – Rob White Engineer – Michael Cochran, Steve BersonMandolin, Cello, Bass [Fretless], Congas, Vocals, Performer [Gangogui], Talking Drum, Bells – Steven Berson*Producer – Jim Noland, Steve BersonVocals – Shirley Hale
5:09
1-12 Henry Kaiser & Glenn Phillips Cobra
Acoustic Guitar – Greg GumbelBass – Gary LambertDrums – Mark McQuade-Crawford*Electric Guitar – Glenn Phillips, Henry Kaiser
4:40
1-13 Tone Dogs Big Beat
Bass, Vocals – Amy DenioDrums, Electronics, Vocals – Will DowdGuitar – Fred ChalenorWritten-By – Iva Bitova*
2:15
1-14 Juliet Armstrong Mr. Peterskin
Drums, Vocals – Jodie MecanicOrgan, Vocals – Robert RolstonTrombone – Adye KempTrumpet – John MierlWritten-By – Carol Ryrie Brink, Juliet Armstrong
2:29
1-15 Mike Hovancsek Excerpt Plastic Museum Fiasco
Didgeridoo, Performer [Sheet Metal], Flute, Clarinet – Barry ChabalaGuitar [Modified], Performer [Bell Plates, Jabberbox], Synthesizer, Electronics – Mike HovancsekPerformer [Portable Anarchy, Band Cello, Midi Horn], Synthesizer [Analog], Electronics, Voice – John HajeskiWritten-By – Chabala*, Hajeski*, Hovancsek*
1:13
1-16 Pere Ubu Petrified
Bass – Tony MaimoneDrums – Scott KraussGuitar – Jim Jones Keyboards – Eric Drew Feldmen*Voice – David Thomas
13:48
1-17 Tommy O'Donnell Gymnopedie #1
Engineer – Pink Bob, Tim Thomas , Tommy O'DonnellGuitar [Steel String Guitar], Performer [Vol. Pedal] – Tommy O'DonnellSounds [Nature Sounds] – Pink BobWritten-By – Erik Satie
4:10
2-1 Fred w/ Amy Denio Spa Club
Alto Saxophone – David SternBass – Jeff McGrath Drum – Jeff Markum*Guitar, Vocals – Amy DenioTrombone – Gregg Powers
4:22
2-2 Maestro Subgum And The Whole Private Joke
Drums – Ned FolkerthHorns – Bob JacobsonKeyboards – Michael GreenbergSaxophone – Mark MessingVocals – Beau O'Reilly, Colm O'Reilly, Jenny Magnus
2:18
2-3 Las Toallitas Downdance
Bass – Bruce KrippnerClarinet, Saxophone – Athanasios Zervas*Drums – Ned FolkerthOrgan [Cheesy Organ] – Max CallahanPercussion – Randy FarrSaxophone, Clarinet – Kristin McGeeXylophone, Drum [Brake Drum] – Carrie Biolo
3:49
2-4 Kampec Dolores Levitation
Bass Guitar – Szini*Guitar – Csaba Hajnoczy*Saxophone – Zoltan Szegvari*Voice, Violin – Gabi Kenderegi*
6:17
2-5 Clubfoot Orchestra* Tiny Pyramids
Alto Saxophone, Saxello, Ocarina – Dave BarrettBass – Bob LiptonClarinet, Percussion – Beth CusterDrums, Arranged By – Gino RobairGuitar – Steve KirkRecorded By – J.A. DeaneTenor Saxophone, Percussion – Josh EndeTrombone, Shakuhachi – Richard MarriottTrumpet – Doug MortonViolin – Kaila FlexerWritten-By – Allen*, Sun Ra
7:05
2-6 The Rudy Schwartz Project I Love You
Instruments [All] – Joe Newman
4:50
2-7 Voodoo Mark Band* Fighting
Guitar – Tommy O'DonnellKeyboards, Drum Machine, Computer – Pink BobVoice – Voodoo Mark
3:33
2-8 Frank Pahl Nonsense
Instruments [All] – Frank Pahl
1:13
2-9 Steve Horowitz and The Code Wanna Make Something Of It
Bass – Steve HorowitzDrums – Jim BoveGuitar – Steve KirkKeyboards – Dred ScottSoprano Saxophone – Nik Phelps*
3:03
2-10 Arthur Brown Juices Of Love
Bass – Mike Morgan Drums – Stuart Millsapp*Guitar – Randy Ward*Vocals – Arthur Brown
5:28
2-11 Paul Rucker I One
Bass – Paul Rucker
0:09
2-12 Voltaire And The Molemen 8 Wet Zeroes
Bass – Jerz AlbrightDrums – Doug MaraccoGuitar – Dan Voll
2:35
2-13 Short Wave Nan's True Hole
Bass – Hugh HopperDrums – Pip PyleGuitar – Phil MillerSaxophone – Didier Malherbe
3:42
2-14 Men & Volts The Cone Of Silence
Bass Guitar – David GreenbergerDrums – Jon ProudmanGuitar – Jeff Cronenberg, Phil Kaplan, Roger Stevenson*Written-By – Greenberger*, Kaplan*
1:47
2-15 The Sediments All-American Mom
Guitar – Tommy O'DonnellVocals, Synthesizer [Midi, Moog], Kazoo – Pink Bob
2:49
2-16 Daevid Allen and The Magick Brothers Wayland Smithy
Guitar [Glissando] – Daevid AllenKeyboards, Flute, Arranged By – Mark RobsonRecorded By – Pink BobViolin, Electric Guitar – Graham ClarkWritten-By – Trad.*
14:03
2-17 Kecak Monkey Chant 3:24

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – FOT Records
  • Copyright (c) – FOT Records
  • Glass Mastered At – Cinram
  • Recorded At – Wendell Recording Studio
  • Recorded At – Paviljong Skrapan, Uppsala
  • Recorded At – The Great American Music Hall
  • Recorded At – St. Ann's Church, Brooklyn
  • Recorded At – Milk Of Burgundy
  • Recorded At – WCSB
  • Recorded At – Schubas Tavern
  • Recorded At – Multimedia Productions
  • Recorded At – Camp Chesterfield, Indiana
  • Produced At – Sedistudio

Credits

  • Cover [Cover Art], Design [Booklet Design] – Eric A. Ton
  • Executive-Producer – Steve Rubin
  • Producer, Engineer – Pink Bob

Notes

Songs commissioned and collected 1989 - 1993

Track 1-2 Mark Robson/Graham Clark/Fred Giannelli: recorded March 1992/Drum program & mix August 1992, Wendell Recording Studio, Wendell, Massachusetts
Track 1-4 Nimbus : recorded in Paviljong Skrapan, Uppsala, mix by Roine Stolt Oct. 92
Track 1-8 Peter Blegvad : recorded live at St. Ann's Church, Brooklyn, N.Y. (c) 1992 Blegvad
Track 1-11 Steve Berson : recorded at Multimedia Productions, Baltimore MB
Track 1-12 Henry Kaiser & Glenn Phillips : recorded live in concert, at the Great American Music Hall, San Francisco, CA, July 1990
Track 1-14 : written by Juliet Armstrong and then mailed to Milk Of Burgundy in Chicago where it was arranged and recorded without consultation.
Track 1-15 Mike Hovancsek : this piece is an excerpt from a 40 minute piece improvised live over the air on WCSB.
Track 1-16 Pere Ubu : Live at Shubas, Chicago. (c) 1992 Ubu Projex
Track 2-4 Kampec Dolores : from the LP "Levitation" on Point East label.
Track 2-5 Clubfoot Orchestra : recorded live June 10, 1990 in the Great American Music Hall, San Francisco, CA
Track 2-16 The Magick Brothers : recorded live at Camp Chesterfield, Indiana, March 1992.
Track 2-17 Kecak : 1991 live from Bali Indonesia

Comes with a 3-fold booklet with credits, and a folded "FOT Records catalogue".
An additional free booklet with more credits and other information, including lyrics, biographies, graphics, recording information and other goodies, was available by mail upon request. Some of the information above come from that additional booklet.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 58761-0004-2 4
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 1): VOL. 6 1022-2 MFG BY CINRAM USA
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 2): VOL. 7 1022-5 MFG BY CINRAM USA

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