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Yuganaut

Sharks [Used Item]

Yuganaut: Sharks <i>[Used Item]</i> (Engine)

Eclectic and playful jazz from the trio of Tom Abss on bass instruments, Stephen Rush on keyboards, trombone and toys, and Geoff Mann on drums, percussion and trumpet.
 

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UPC: 825481000345

Label: Engine
Catalog ID: e034
Squidco Product Code: 21763

Format: CD
Condition: VG
Released: 2010
Country: USA
Packaging: Digipack - 3 panel
Recorded October 16, 2009 at Audio Recording Studio, University of Michigan by Jason Corey and DAvid Greenspan. Mixed by Geoof Mann, Mastered by Steven Wolcott.

This is a USED (previously owned) item

Personnel:

Stephen Rush-rhodes, moog, trombone, toys

Tom Abbs-bass, cello, violin, tuba, didjeridoo

Geoff Mann-drums, percussion, trumpet

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track listing:


1. Breakthrough/Zhu 4:05

2. Fade to Frenzy 3:33

3. Landfill/Sharks 6:18

4. Lost in the Field 5:13

5. See Saw 2:28

6. Local Motive 5:36

7. Vger 2:37

8. Wrenchwork 3:18

9. Again, and Sweetly 6:04
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descriptions, reviews, &c.
Previously played Squidco store copy, used for cataloging and samples, in excellent condition.

"Calling the three members of Yuganaut "multi-instrumentalists" is a little too easy. What is needed is some kind of word that would connote being multiple bands. Between them they could be a small brass group, an electric chamber ensemble or a straight-ahead jazz trio. But such formal confines may not leave room for the moments of playfulness or the passages of spacey psychedelia that sneak in between their evocative and highly original sounds. Between them, band members Stephen Rush, Tom Abbs and Geoff Mann play Fender Rhodes and Moog synthesizer; trumpet, trombone and tuba; bass, cello and violin; and drums, toys and didgeridoo. Does that sound streamlined? Their previous release also included mandolin, euphonium and vibes.

More important than the listing of implements is the fact that the three gentlemen of Yuganaut are more than conscientious about leaving room in the music, not just for each other but to let the music grow. Between them they can boast of Reggie Workman's tutelage, performance with the Warsaw National Symphony and membership in the Fela-inspired Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra. Which is to say there is tradition, formalism, groove and a sense of fun at play. They are at core, perhaps, a jazz band; but being a jazz band means (or should mean) that anything is possible. There's ritual, there's storytelling, they're contemplative, extrapolative, expressive, even impressive. Yuganaut is not here to be pigeon-holed. They're just here to play for you."-ESP


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