Art designed and hand-screened by Connie Wang of Icon Artistry in Brooklyn, NY. These things are gorgeous and should be framed and hung in your living rooms.
Comes in a high quality Arigato pack from Stumptown Printers.
Also includes immediate download of 4-track album in your choice format.
ships out within 2 days
edition of 100
Recorded at Watherston Studios in South Bronx, NY.
released 28 February 2011
Patrick Breiner - tenor sax/voice
Will McEvoy - bass
"Patrick's full toned tenor is bathed in the large room resonance with Will's bowed bass matching the sax closely. Patrick has that intense Charles Gayle-like attack and abandon, concentrating on certain notes and then twisting them inside-out. Will plays spirited bowed bass midway through "I Thought it was a Stack of...", providing a cosmic drone while the sax dances on top like a flame flickering. "Please Don't Ever..." has Patrick making scary animalistic vocal sounds which work well with his biting tenor tirade. The last piece features drifting bowed bass and hushed tenor. The long somber conclusion sounds like a good way to bring this righteous disc to a close. Even at only 24 & a half minutes, this seems like just the right length."
- Bruce Lee Gallanter, Downtown Music Gallery
Recorded at Watherston Studios June 21, 2010.
Mastered by Steve Gotcher at Audio for the Arts.
Art by Connie Wang at Icon Artistry.
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