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about

a 60-track, 3 1/2 hour mind and mood altering journey from the city to the moons of saturn and back again...

[author's note: this is what they call the "cutting room floor" - beginnings of abandoned albums, absurd jams, covers of stuff we heard on the radio, mic checks caught on tape - it's all there. it's rather unlikely that you'll enjoy all of this album. but it is indeed probable that you'll enjoy some of it. so here it is; who are we to decide what's right for you?]

[technical note: uncompressed files are encoded in high resolution 24 bit/96 kHz. mp3's are shit and always have been. lossy compression offered a temporary fix for limitations imposed by the cost of disk space; here in 2017 your phone probably has way more memory than your computer did back when ipods and crap like that came out. we're past that shit now, ok?]

credits

released March 27, 2017

contemporary recorder music is:

keith & rick & spant
james plays drums on "Jam 25 #2"
brian plays bass on "Secret in the Alien"

all songs by crm ©2017, except:
"Who's Got the Crack" which is by The Moldy Peaches
"Crackhead" which is by Roland Blinn, SOCAN
"I Think I'm Gonna Kill Myself" which is by Elton John/Bernie Taupin
"I've Been Working On the Railroad" which fuck knows who wrote that
"Getting' Any Feed for Your Chickens?" which is by Del Reeves
"Blurred Lines" which is by Clifford Harris, Jr./Robin Thicke/Pharrell Williams with excerpts from "BRAND NEW MAC DEMARCO SONG!!!!!" which is by Mac Demarco, and "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy" which is by Carmine Appice/Rod Stewart, arr. by contemporary recorder music
"More Than This" which is by Bryan Ferry
"Maggie May" which is by Martin Quittenton/Rod Stewart
"She's Gone" which is by Daryl Hall/John Oates
"Echo Beach" which is by Mark Gane

All songs recorded by contemporary recorder music at the spider factory using tascam 488 & reaper. mixed and mastered by keith.

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