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Dadge, Chris / Rachael Wadham: 100 Silk Buttons from the Room Upstairs (Bug Incision Records)

Chris Dadge & Rachael Wadham, who toured in 2007 in support of Peter Evans, play piano and percussion augmented with found objects, violin, percussion and junk.
 

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Limited hand numbered edition of 150

Label: Bug Incision Records
Catalog ID: bir-five
Squidco Product Code: 9554

Format: CDR
Condition: New
Released: 2007
Country: Canada
Packaging: Cardstock Sleeve
Recorded at 1067, in Vancouver, BC, November 20, 2006 by Chris Dadge


Personnel:

Chris Dadge-percussion, violin, etc

Rachael Wadham-piano, junk, etc.

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track listing:


1. pim, part two 2:14

2. and that's that, what do we do next? 2:46

3. you could be my eyeball puppeteer 2:34

4. the wish to be less wretched 5:17

5. a song for skinny spaces 5:05

6. like a cloud of brown stars 3:22

7. is it easier to push that cart than to carry those bags? 4:42

8. the monks turned into years 1:52

9. the right kind of blurry 9:03

10. there's no such thing as magnificent 5:12




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Improvised Music
Piano & Keyboards
Percussion & Drums
Free Improvisation
Duo Recordings

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"The duo of Chris Dadge and Rachael Wadham have been playing since the latter half of 2006. In November of that year, Dadge traveled to Vancouver and they recorded the album in a single Monday afternoon at 1067 on Granville St.

Dadge and Wadham play percussion and piano, respectively, but it's all the extra things that make this duo unique. Their approach to their own instruments are formidable, and worthy in their own right, but the liberal sprinklings of other sounds such as violin, found objects, junk, and small percussion bits creat a sparkling, more kaleidoscopic sound.

Dadge and Wadham toured in support of Peter Evans in August 2007."-Bug Incision


Limited hand numbered edition of 150

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