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Eternal WindTerra Incognita

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Flying Fish (2) – FF 422
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Vinyl, LP, Album
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Tracklist

A1Culture Shock
Written-ByAdam Rudolph
4:38
A2Yemanja
Written-ByCharles Moore
4:50
A3El Malon
Written-ByFederico Ramos
5:00
A4Noh
Written-ByCharles Moore
2:53
B1Eternal Wind
Written-ByCharles Moore
5:13
B2Falasha
Written-ByAdam Rudolph
5:37
B3Terra Incognita (Unknown Land)
Written-ByAdam Rudolph
5:26
B4Bralgu
Written-ByCharles Moore
0:31
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Credits

  • Acoustic Guitar [Six String], 12-String Acoustic Guitar [Twelve String Acoustic], Guitar [Prepared], Electric Guitar, VoiceFederico Ramos
  • Congas [Conga], Bendir, Drum [Naqqara, Sakara, Gudugudu], Tabla, Bass Drum, Goblet Drum [Dumbek], Bata, Talking Drum [Kalangu], Didgeridoo [Didjeridu], Performer [Aba Uta], Caxixi, Angklung, Shekere, Karkabas [Qaraqeb], Vocals, Reeds [Folk Reeds], Flute [Flutes], Gong [Gongs], Cymbal [Cymbals], Bells, Percussion [Other Percussion]Adam Rudolph
  • Mastered By [Digital Mastering By]Steve Hall
  • Mixed By [Digital Mix By]Phil Mendelson
  • Producer [Produced By]Eternal Wind, Phil Mendelson
  • Recorded ByBruce Sugar, Carolyn Collins, Phil Mendelson, Tom Root
  • Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Flute, Bass Clarinet, VoiceRalph Jones (4)
  • Trumpet, Flugelhorn, French Horn, VoiceCharles Moore

Notes

PC 1987 Flying Fish Records, Inc. [on jacket]
℗ 1986 Flying Fish Records, Inc. [on labels]

Jacket Made in Canada

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This US ethnic-jazz-world music fusion ensemble are pretty obscure, no doubt due to being featured on the mostly folk based label Flying Fish. Eternal Wind could be seen as a much more radical twist on the genre explored by acts such as Oregon or Cadona, largely down to their use of modern technology against jazz and ancient ethnic instruments. Their mixture of styles may well appeal to fans of Shadowfax, Embryo, and Tri Atma.