Biota ‎– Funnel To A Thread

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ReR Megacorp ‎– ReR BCD8
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1 Falling In Wood 3:07
2 Receptor 1:29
3 Double Unfound 1:27
4 Hearsay 4:03
5 Half Dwelling 3:04
6 Shed 1:34
7 Misnoticed 3:29
8 Understory 2:34
9 Numberless Years 3:28
10 A Dozen Moons 3:15
11 Winder 2:42
12 Not A Single Thing 4:03
13 More Than Say 1:34
14 Take Warning 4:15
15 The Land Away 3:39
16 Whirl Round 1:33
17 Hand Nor Glove 1:40
18 High Painted Streets 1:13
19 Till Time And Times
Words By – W.B. Yeats*
5:01
20 Usually The Guesser 2:20
21 Choosehow 1:35

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Credits

  • Drums [Kit], Percussion, Percussion [Ranat], XylophoneLarry Wilson
  • Electric Guitar, Guitar [Nylon], Twelve-String Guitar, Bass [Crown], Keyboards [Clavioline], ZitherTom Katsimpalis
  • Electric Piano [Rhodes], Flute [Flutes], Recorded By [Rhodes, Trumpet, Flutes]Randy Miotke
  • Guitar [Resophonic], Edited By [Editing]Mark Piersel
  • Keyboards [Biomellodrone], Effects [Roland Space Echo]Randy Yeates
  • Mixed By [Mix], Edited By [Editing], Electronics [Electronic Processing], EngineerWilliam Sharp
  • Organ [Hammond Electric, Estey Pump], Accordion, Khene [Kaen], Autoharp, Recorded By [Hammond, Accordion, Autoharp, Kaen]Gordon Whitlow*
  • Performer [Kim]James Gardner (2)
  • PianoCharles O'Meara
  • Producer [Production], Arranged By [Arrangements], Mixed By [Mixdown], Composed By, Arranged ByBiota
  • TrumpetJames Gardner (2) (tracks: 2, 9, 21), Randy Miotke (tracks: 13, 19)
  • Violin, Mandolin, Banjo [Banjolin]David Zekman
  • Voice, StrumstickKristianne Gale
  • Words ByTrad.* (tracks: 4, 8, 13, 14, 16, 17, 19, 21)

Notes

Recorded, mixed, edited, mastered: Dys Studio (Bellvue, Colorado) between Fall 2012 & Summer 2014
Hammond, accordion, autoharp, & kaen recorded at Nashville, Indiana
Rhodes, trumpet, & flutes recorded at Fort Collins, Colorado

Digipak with 28 page booklet.

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  • Barcode: 752725033824

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andymerkinblars

andymerkinblars

December 2, 2014
edited over 3 years ago

Another classic. The recording is dry and rich but for the most part without the radical processing of earlier albums. This is the dawning of a new and exciting period for Biota. They continue to evolve. Most bands with a career of such unparalleled success and cutting-edge innovation would have settled into a comfortable rut, but Biota here shows yet another facet of their mysterious art. Highly recommended.