Cover folds out with a sewn pocket on the interior. Recorded and produced at 4742 Hazel, The Glass House, The House of Broken Men, Charles Cohen's House, Edible Onion House & Ross's House. Printed by Kyle Schmidt of Fire Escape Press & Black Powder.
Br’er initially began as the solo recording project of Philadelphia native Benjamin Schurr as a means of completing several unfinished. 9. 3. Nu Cold classics. 12. 1. The circus hits DC tomorrow.
Two of Diamonds is the fourth solo studio album by Australian singer-songwriter and t Mick Harvey, released on 23 April 2007 on Mute Records. The album contains both original compositions and covers and was recorded by Harvey over the course of three months in Grace Lane Studio, and later in Atlantis Sound Recording Studios, both in his native Melbourne and The Instrument Studio in London, United Kingdom.
Titled "Br'er Soul Meets Quasimoto," the planned double album will feature new musical settings for some of Van Peebles' songs and spoken-word bits from his string of influential recordings in the late 1960s and '70s. When I first started diggin' for vinyl seriously, in '88 or '89, I got into all the spoken-word records," remembers Madlib, . Madlib would later use Van Peebles' dialogue liberally in his own music; "The Further Adventures of Lord Quas" is filled with samples from Sweet Sweetback. Although they didn't meet face-to-face until earlier this month, work on the pair's collaboration - which Madlib expects to be released early next year on his longtime label, Stones Throw - is well underway.
Botswana is rich in diamonds, but control of these gems has caused turmoil, violence and strife within the country. In fact, proceeds from the sale of so-called conflict diamonds allow rebels to arm themselves and enlist new recruits in the continuing battle for control of these mines. Controversy over conflict diamonds has found its way into the world of hip-hop. MITTER: Diamonds are the crew's symbol, so the song is an ode to the rap family and the bling it generates. Now comes the video and the remix. Retitled "Diamonds from Sierra Leone," the video opens with searing images associated with conflict diamonds. We see miners in primitive conditions, children with their limbs cut off. On the remix, Kanye attacks conflict diamonds.
Rough Diamonds is the sixth studio album by the English rock band Bad Company. The album was released in August 1982. Rough Diamonds, like its predecessor, Desolation Angels, was recorded at Ridge Farm Studio in Surrey, England in March and April 1981 and engineered by Max Norman (famed for his work with Ozzy Osbourne). It was the last album by Bad Company's original line-up and the most recent studio album to feature Paul Rodgers. The sessions were rough going from the beginning.
Screw-down, Twinlock double waterproofness system. Scratch-resistant sapphire, Cyclops lens over the date. Waterproof to 100 metres, 330 feet. 18 ct gold paved with 713 diamonds. Superlative Chronometer (COSC + Rolex certification after casing). Open detailed specifications.
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Voice, Harmonium, Organ, Piano [Toy Piano], Glockenspiel, Synthesizer [Microkorg], Piano [Fender Rhodes], Guitar – Benjamin Schurr
Contrabass – Nat BaldwinDrums – Luis Angel CancelHarp – Darian ScattonSynthesizer [Buchla White Box], Electronics [Mixer Feedback] – Christian MirandeTwelve-String Guitar [12 String Danelectro], Autoharp – Roger Martinez*Voice, Piano, Organ, Piano [Fender Rhodes], Gong, Shaker, Tambourine [Tamborine] – Benjamin Schurr
Contrabass – Nat BaldwinDrums – Luis Angel CancelHarp – Darian ScattonPiano – Ross LiptonSynthesizer [Buchla White Box] – Christian MirandeTrombone – Dan Blacksburg*Twelve-String Guitar [12 String Danelectro] – Roger Martinez*Voice, Harmonium, Piano, Glockenspiel, Electronics [Mixer Feedback], Accompanied By – Benjamin Schurr
Clarinet – Jim KrullContrabass – Sean AliHarp – Darian ScattonSynthesizer [Arp Odyssey], Electronics [Ampeg Feedback], Synthesizer [Buchla Blue Box], Talkbox [Talk Box], Gong – Christian MirandeSynthesizer [Buchla White Box] – Charles CohenVocals, Autoharp, Performer [Bottle], Gong [Gong Manipulation], Performer [Deck Of Cards], Guitar [Silvertone Smack] – Benjamin Schurr
Synthesizer [Buchla Blue Box] – Charles CohenTape [Tape Loops], Loops [Tape Loops], Synthesizer [Arp Odyssey], Synthesizer [Paia Modular Synth], Electronics [Mixer Feedback] – Christian MirandeTrombone – Dan Blacksburgh*Voice, Performer [Bowed Vinyl], Effects [Pedals], Producer [Production], Trumpet [Trumpet Mouthpiece], Electronics [Feedback] – Benjamin Schurr
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Baritone Saxophone – Dave FishkinClarinet – Jim KrullContrabass – Sean AliDrums – Luis Angel CancelHarp – Darian ScattonOrgan, Loops, Performer [Door], Performer [Treatment], Keyboards [Casio SK-1] – Christian MirandePiano – Ross LiptonTwelve-String Guitar [12 String Danelectro], Voice – Roger Martinez*Voice, Guitar [Screwdriver Guitar], Piano [Toy Piano], Performer [Toothbrush], Cymbal [Bowed Cymbal], Electronics [Pedals] – Benjamin Schurr
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- Pressed By – United Record Pressing – L-18168M
- Mastered At – Prairie Cat Mastering
- Recorded At – 4742 Hazel, Philadelphia, PA
- Recorded At – The Glass House, Philadelphia, PA
- Recorded At – The House Of Broken Men
- Recorded At – Charles Cohen's House
- Recorded At – Edible Onion House
- Recorded At – Ross Lipton's House
- Produced At – 4742 Hazel, Philadelphia, PA
- Produced At – The Glass House, Philadelphia, PA
- Produced At – The House Of Broken Men
- Produced At – Charles Cohen's House
- Produced At – Edible Onion House
- Produced At – Ross Lipton's House
- Cover [Printed By] – Kyle Schmidt
- Design – Benjamin Schurr, Darian Scatton
- Illustration – Darian Scatton
- Mastered By – Carl Saff
- Mastered By [Lacquer Cut By] – PCMJR*
- Photography By – John Ryan
- Recorded By, Producer – Benjamin Schurr
NotesCover folds out with a sewn pocket on the interior.
Recorded and produced at 4742 Hazel, The Glass House, The House of Broken Men, Charles Cohen's House, Edible Onion House & Ross's House
Printed by Kyle Schmidt of Fire Escape Press & Black Powder
© 2009 Edible Onion
Product Of Philadelphia
Track times do not appear on the release.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, Etched): EO-006-A L-18168M-A PCMJR Ⓤ
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, Etched): EO-006-B L-18168M-B PCMJR Ⓤ
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