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This track is a special collaboration between two bands, Hungry March Band and o'death.
We want to give a special shout out to Emily Fairey who's first improvisations on tenor sax and flute set the tone for HMB and provided the inspiration to see this collaboration through. Learn more about professor Fairey here: www.emilyfairey.info/drupal/
We also must recognize o'death's bass player, Jesse Newman, who drives an ambulance in Queens. It's no surprise to those who know him that Newman is willing to risk his own health and safety to help others. Talented, good looking, and courageous -- buy him a drink if you see him post lockdown.
We thank you for tuning in. Stay safe and healthy if you can and look out for one another!
released May 1, 2020
o'death is :
Greg Jamie - vocals, guitar
Gabe Darling - ukulele
Bob Pycior - violin, percussion
Jesse Newman - bass
David Rogers-Berry - drums, percussion
representing Hungry March Band on this recording :
Emily Fairey - tenor saxophone, flute
Cuz Johnny Hyenga - trumpet
Tom Abbs - cello
Jason Candler - alto saxophone
Sasha Sumner - soprano saxophone
John Waters - trumpet
Jennifer Harder - mute trumpet
Victoria Langford - trombone, piano
Frank Lopez - trombone
Elizabeth Arce - trombone
Anders Nelson - snare, brushes
Joe Correia - sousaphone
o'death recorded by Caleb Mulkerin at The Oak and The Axe in Biddeford, ME.
Hungry March Band recorded by David Rogers-Berry at Birdwatcher in Big Indian, NY, FTLB Studio in Brooklyn, NY, and at home on Meeker Ave.
Thanks to Tom Abbs, Bradford Reed, and Caleb Mulkerin for their expertise and access to equipment and facilities.
Mixed and produced by David Rogers-Berry
Painting by Keri Moskowitz