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If you heard "In The Shadow of Saturn by awigze and bud - then you might recognize this. Otherwise just consider it another longish listening challenge recorded live to H2 zoom at Ultrasound Rehearsal Studios in NYC. No overdubs or funny stuff in post - mastered in Audacity. Please be critical if you care.

Steve DiB - drums
LSD 25 - bass
Bud - guitar
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Uploaded: Sep 28, 2011 - 10:46:45 PM
Last Updated: Sep 28, 2011 - 10:46:45 PM Last Played: Jun 13, 2019 - 07:15:12 AM
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Jarvoid said 2885 days ago (September 29th, 2011)
My only nit
is that it did not develop...sooner....at 5.23 it is starting to do something different but not enough...the sound is great and you have a sort of kraftwerk,tangerine dream thing going on ..with geetars as opposer to keys and there is some stirling drumwork........In headphones the sound is terrific ,well clear and rounded.....headphones is all io have at the mo' as I am recrafting my back bedroom/studio/art room/anything else you care
to think of..

Right in summation ...either shorter or more development...again at 10 ish there is another change .....nice drums ........viva experimental


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bud said 2885 days ago (September 29th, 2011)
Thanks for the comment - I agree completely
I also appreciate that you took the time to listen through. This was an exploratory jam - as I had only introduced the song briefly a few weeks back. I considered editing the piece before posting - but I figured this was the place to let it be as is. We have a show next Sunday and this will be developed into a 5 minute piece with changes by then.
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davisamerica said 2885 days ago (September 29th, 2011)
add some keys
and you have pink floyd blowing out ear drums in the 70s ... long .... but i was conditioned early in life ... good one A7.
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airportseven said 2884 days ago (September 29th, 2011)
Thanks Jack
Good point - get a decent keyboardist to work over this all Brian Auger like and Bob's your Uncle. Got any ideas?
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Vic Holman said 2883 days ago (September 30th, 2011)
link wray on steroids!!

steve the drummer sure is getting a work out here. the first part is intense, the second half really goes above the sky. i sure do like it
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egobandit said 2883 days ago (September 30th, 2011)
some weird noises , the bending distortion held me towards the end is where I think you guys really let it fly!
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Skean said 2883 days ago (October 1st, 2011)
But critical is not my strong side, I wish I could see you guys liveā€¦ Cheers
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K.I.S.KISMET said 2883 days ago (October 1st, 2011)
what do i know?..
..other than this would have been awesome to experience live even though i forgot my earplugs! really great stuff...i
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dave_b said 2882 days ago (October 1st, 2011)
That was fun! It's obvious you guys were having fun with this jam too. Just the thing to listen to while watching a laser light show.
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A7 started life as Splinter around Spring 2008. Later we changed our name to Airport Seven - an anagram of Steve Parrino - beloved friend, artist, and fellow musician who died 1/1/05 in a motorcycle accident. Here's to Steven. We get together to j... [see more]

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