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The John Lurie National Orchestra - The Invention of Animals (2014) Lossless

21-08-2014, 08:24
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The John Lurie National Orchestra - The Invention of Animals (2014) Lossless

Artist: The John Lurie National Orchestra
Title Of Album: The Invention of Animals
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Amulet Records
Genre: Jazz
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 39:18 min
Total Size: 206 MB


1 Flutter 1:58
2 Men with Sticks (Noble Version) 4:25
3 I Came to Visit Here for a While 6:48
4 The Beast 2:36
5 Little 1:56
6 Ignore the Giant 0:43
7 The Invention of Animals 17:40

All music composed by John Lurie, Calvin Weston and Billy Martin.

Tracks 1, 4-6 originally recorded for the soundtrack « Fishing with John » at Big House Recording.
Track 2 from the album « Men with Sticks » recorded May 1992 at Clinton Studios NYC.
Track 3 recorded live May 7, 1993 at Threadwaxing Space, NYC.
Track 7 recorded live February 12, 1994 in Thessaloniki, Greece.

John Lurie – Alto and Soprano Saxophones
Grant Calvin Weston – Drums
Billy Martin – Percussion

John Lurie (actor, musician, visual artist) solidified this trio (The John Lurie National Orchestra) during his years touring and recording with The Lounge Lizards in the early 1990's. Lurie says, 'The three of us got together to try and write stuff for the Lounge Lizards but what happened was magical. After about a year of playing live it really came together and I don t think there is anything like it.' Billy Martin adds, 'John and I share the idea that this is like someone discovered a field recording of some lost civilization. Some strange and beautiful tribe unlike any other known to man.' Most of Invention of Animals is a compilation of recordings during that period of extensive touring and recording for Fishing with John.

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