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  • Performer: Gorge Trio
  • Album: For Loss Of
  • FLAC: 1847 mb | MP3: 1580 mb
  • Released: 1999
  • Country: Italy
  • Style: Free Improvisation, Art Rock, Avantgarde, Experimental
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 159
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Gorge Trio With Milo Fine - For Loss Of download album

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Listen to music from Gorge Trio With Milo Fine like Both Hands Or Both Feet Or Sight Of Both Eyes, One Hand And One Foot & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Gorge Trio With Milo Fine.

Trio is the first studio album from the Northern German band of the same name. It was released on October 27, 1981, by Mercury Records. It included a bonus single and has a handle attached to the cover.

Release source: CD. Year: 1999.

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Gorge Trio With Milo Fine - One Hand And Sight Of One Eye. Download. Title: One Hand And Sight Of One Eye. Artist: Gorge Trio With Milo Fine.

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Gorge Trio is an American experimental rock band based in Oakland, California. It is composed of three-fourths of the critically acclaimed math rock band Colossamite, which disbanded in 1998, and is survived by three releases on Skin Graft Records. Gorge Trio includes current members of Deerhoof, The Flying Luttenbachers, Natural Dreamers, and former members of underground pioneers Iceburn and Sicbay. For Loss Of - w/ Milo Fine (Freeland Records - Italy, 1999). The Made Ups (Self Released, 2002). Open Mouth, o' Wisp (Skin Graft Records, 2004). Gorge Trio - MySpace. Skin Graft Records band page. Puzzling Archive, MP3 tracks from the first two out of print albums. MusicBrainz: a3b-1ee3b46b6fd9.

Tracklist

1 Both
2 One Hand And One Foot
3 One Foot And Sight Of One Eye
4 One Hand And Sight Of One Eye
5 Sight Of One Eye
6 One Hand Or One Foot

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Burr-Holland Studios
  • Mastered At – Burr-Holland Studios

Credits

  • Clarinet, Piano, Violin, Celesta – Milo Fine
  • Drums, Marimba, Vibraphone, Other [Metal Objects] – Chad Popple
  • Electronics, Keyboards, Percussion, Harp [Kringleharp], Electric Guitar [Sawed Off And Non Sawed Off] – Ed Rodriguez
  • Organ, Percussion, Electric Guitar [6 Strings And 12 Strings], Sampler, Electronics, Pedal Steel Guitar – John Dieterich
  • Recorded By, Mastered By – Dave Gardner

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Gorge Trio With Milo Fine Gorge Trio With Milo Fine - For Loss Of ‎(CDr, Album, Promo) Free Land Records none Italy 1999
Doath
Milo's condition to playing on this album is that he would not hear the music that Gorge Trio recorded while adding his contributions, but would only know how long to play for.
Manemanu
The Gorge Trio is a pack of New England multi-instrumentalists who play everything from pedal steel guitar to saw, keyboards, mutilated guitars, drums, samplers, and myriad percussion. They are Ed Rodriguez, John Dieterich, and Chad Popple. By adding vehement avant-gardist Milo Fine on piano, violin, clarinet, and piano, they become a more multi-faceted group of musical anarchists. It's true that there are six pieces on this record; it is also true that their titles don't make a damn bit of difference -- though if you talked to the overly serious Fine he would come up with some deeper conspiratorial theoretical language as to what the group were trying to do. What they do, it seems, is have a great deal of fun by creating various textural soundscapes to fool around in that are entertaining to listen to. This is group improvisation that gets high marks for its lack of theoretical -- i.e. academic -- bias. Here, instruments and homemade implements collide and dance, waver and fall over, only to get up and join the revelry once more. There is a sense of dynamics and balance built into these proceedings that allows every instrument to be heard on its own, as well being a part of the ensemble. It's not soloing per se, but more of a showcasing of tone and timbre as well as percussive possibility. This is a blast of a free music record. It would be nice if they were all this engaging and entertaining.
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