TRIPOD, TriPod (CD) - Digipack. The purchase includes instant download in WAV, FLAC, M4A, MP3-320 format. Limited edition, back in stock. One of the earliest releases on MoonJune Records (2003). Seminal NYC avant-prog band that toured extensively in Europe, USA and Mexico in 2003 and 2004.
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TriPod is a unique rock band hailing from New York City. Stripping away both the guitars and keyboards (instruments traditionally associated with rock), what remains are horns, vocals, percussion, and bass -- and you will be amazed at how these guys rock. After years of publicity and fanfare, MoonJune is proud to produce their first official release.Discovered at NYC's famous rock club CBGB's in 1998, the trio soon found themselves in the studio -- recording a demo, and subsequently publicized in a variety of rock and prog-rock publications. Years have since passed and TriPod has now recorded and released their first "official" (self-titled) album, which MoonJune Records was proud to release.
“Think of asymmetrical parts, Van Der Graaf Generator, Morphine and King Crimson morphed into one neat little package ..." -All About Jazz
released December 18, 2012
CLINT BAHR: 12-string bass guitar, pedals, lead vocals
KEITH GURLAND: tenor & soprano sax, clarinet, flute, effects
STEVE ROMANO: drums, percussion, digital percussion
Recorded & Mixed by Ron Allaire, ay Skyline Studios, NYC.
Mastered by Mark Wilder, at Sony Music Studios, NYC.
Produced by Ron Allaire & Tripod.
Executive Producer: Leonardo Pavkovic
Stumbled on this by chance ; glad I did .
Superb fusion jazz with elements of Miles Davis bitches brew/silent way/jack
Johnson period with interesting Indonesian overtones .check it out and
You won't be disappointed. Nick Bradey
Another gem from Indonesia - er, well, from London, mostly ;-)
Indonesian keyboard master (here just on piano) is joined by some fellow countrymen and kind of MoonJune's usual suspects.
Stylistically a wide ride, from gamelan over Canterbury to klezmer-like things. Too quote MoonJune Records: It must be Jazz ;-) Carsten Pieper