Two Siberians ‎– Out Of Nowhere

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Heads Up International ‎– HUCD 3096
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1 Outpost Radio 2:49
2 Allergic To Gravity
Bass – Matt GarrisonPercussion – Mino CineluSynthesizer – George WhittyTenor Saxophone – Michael Brecker
3:02
3 Cagey Bee (Intro) 1:16
4 Come With Me Anyway
Synthesizer – George WhittyVocals – Nina Hennessey
3:21
5 Natasha, Havana
Percussion – Steve BerriosSynthesizer – George Whitty
3:29
6 Amoroso
Vocals, Bass – Richard Bona
4:12
7 New Russian
Bass – Matt GarrisonPercussion – Mino CineluSynthesizer, Drum Programming – George WhittyVocals – You Pay We Sing Men's Choir
3:50
8 Lake Baikal 3:18
9 On The Tundra
Bass – Richard BonaClarinet – Don Byron
3:22
10 Vodka Diaries
Bass – Richard BonaClarinet – Don Byron
2:57
11 And Then, Nika... (Reprise)
Bass – Richard BonaClarinet – Don Byron
0:51
12 Indigo Breeze
Electronic Wind Instrument – Michael BreckerPercussion – Steve Berrios
3:43
13 Out Of Nowhere
Bass – Richard BonaSynthesizer – George Whitty
3:07
14 Evidence Of Things Not Seen
Percussion – Richard BonaVocals – Nina Hennessey
5:06
15 Searching For Power
Percussion – Mino Cinelu, Richard BonaPerformer – Rampaging Preteen GirlsSynthesizer – George WhittyVocals – James Sasser, Nina Hennessey
8:59

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While a great deal of tracking occurred at the Kampo Cultural Art Center (NYC), much of Out of Nowhere was recorded at lots of somewheres in what essentially became a "Take the Fostex and Run" production. Additional tracking occurred at Sear Sound and at home studios in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Nyack and Hastings, NY.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 53361 30962 6
  • ASIN: B0007D4MKE

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d_fedorov

d_fedorov

December 28, 2013
I bought this one out of curiosity a while ago, because I was wondering how the Siberians were coping with the challenges of advancing the cause of jazz-folk-world fusion in Siberia. The first surprise was that these Siberians were coping remarkably well - if you picture yourself Oregon at its crest, just a little more imaginative, vigorous and uninhibited. The second surprise was that the album had been recorded in NYC, not in a log hut in the middle of the endless taiga forest. To sum up: the album is flawless technically, and highly entertaining (for those who like this kind of music). I also understand it was recorded on analog equipment; so, if the Two Siberians ever come up with a vinyl version, I'd drop $25.00-$30.00 for it in a heartbeat.