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Jaimie BranchFly Or Die Fly Or Die Fly Or Die ((World War))

Label:International Anthem Recording Company – IARC0066
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:Worldwide
Released:
Genre:Jazz
Style:Contemporary Jazz

Tracklist

A1Aurora Rising1:58
A2Borealis Dancing
Congas, PercussionDaniel Villarreal (2)
7:01
A3Burning Grey9:10
A4The Mountain4:56
B1Baba Louie
Congas, PercussionDaniel Villarreal (2)
Flute, Bass ClarinetRob Frye
TromboneNick Broste
9:07
B2Bolinko Bass
Bass ClarinetRob Frye
Congas, PercussionDaniel Villarreal (2)
TromboneNick Broste
4:32
B3And Kuma Walks1:59
B4Take Over The World4:58
B5World War ((Reprise))3:06
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Notes

Black vinyl edition.

Large fold-out poster insert included.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 789993993222

Other Versions (4)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Fly Or Die Fly Or Die Fly Or Die ((World War)) (LP, Album, Limited Edition, Stereo, Peacock Couture)International Anthem Recording CompanyIARC0066Worldwide2023
Fly Or Die Fly Or Die Fly Or Die ((World War)) (LP, Album, Limited Edition, Stereo, Green/Black Swirl [Turtle Shell])International Anthem Recording CompanyIARC0066Worldwide2023
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Fly Or Die Fly Or Die Fly Or Die ((World War)) (CD, Album, Stereo, Digipak)International Anthem Recording CompanyIARC0066Worldwide2023
New Submission
Fly Or Die Fly Or Die Fly Or Die ((World War)) (9×File, ALAC, Album, High Resolution)International Anthem Recording Companynone2023

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Reviews

  • Kenvan5's avatar
    Kenvan5
    Impossible to hear this album without thinking about this being jamie branch's last album with her boundary transcending quartet Fly or Die. Again they show their mix of genres, which became their own signature of turning hard and dark edges from punk to free into something positive, relieving, and forward looking. They even add some new flavours to the ever evolving organic blend, which opens the unanswered question what this band might have come up with next. I love every tone of it, the unique cello by Lester St. Louis, the dancing bass by Jason Ajemian, the fantastic Chad Taylor on drums. But here goes a deep bow to jamie branch, a stellar inventor of music beyond categories.
    • DJsleeve's avatar
      DJsleeve
      Edited 6 months ago
      album of the year, hands down. reminds me of the mighty Dog Faced Hermans in spots! my copy sounds totally fine btw, no issues at all.
      • Gunnlover's avatar
        Gunnlover
        It is beyond my comprehension to understand how Jaimie transcends any genre here. A universe that is All love and energy. What beauty!
        Sadly, my brandnew vinyl copy crackles like it is a 100 years old. The overall sound is ok but definitely not great. Other International Anthem releases (Jeff Parker, Makaya McCraven) seem to suffer from quality issues, too. They put so much effort in their releases, so I wonder why that happens. Maybe pressing plants give a s**t about small record companies?

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