Triax - Torn Asunder (Auricle AMCDR 087) CDR

Triax - Torn Asunder, cover by Alan Freeman7.00 +p&p

1. FLUENCE 1'58"
2. TORN 0'06"
3. HALL OF MIRRORS 3'56"
4. RIPPED 0'04"
5. ALL AT SEA 14'09"
6. INVISIBLE ORCHESTRA 4'45"
7. PUZZLED 0'14"
8. THAT'S MINE 6'35"
9. SOMETIMES 3'23"
10. BROKEN 0'04"
11. UNDER THE CARPET 1'00"
12. ALMOST MIDNIGHT 2'32"
13. STUMBLE 0'04"
14. REPETITIVE DIY DISORDER 4'31"
15. SUBURBAN SAX 0'35"
16. GODZILLA 5'51"
17. FLIP 0'04"
18. VINTAGE ARCHETYPE 8'01"
19. MANGLE 0'06"
20. A LACK OF SHORTENING 14'54"
21. FLUTTER 0'04"
22. BUCKET OF STONES AND BONES 2'44"
23. ALMOST NOT AT ALL 0'27"
24. CONFUSED 0'15"

All material created spontaneously by Triax.
Recorded at Tachyon Studio, Knighton Fields Leicester, 28 May 2006.
A direct digital recording, with mix and collage by Alan Freeman, 29-30 May 2006.

Alan Freeman: guitar, guitar-synth, keyboards, samples, laptop computer, bells, Irish whistle, shakers, voice.
Steve Freeman: bass, voice, tapes, loops, turntable, prepared sounds, analogue synths, acoustic CD, cymbal, harmonica.
Dave Powell: violin, flute, alto saxophone, whistle, hurdy-gurdy, bells, shakers, etc.

A very different 24 fragments from a session in which Dave added another instrument to his roster - an alto saxophone - much too loud an instrument for our small studio really, but it added another twist to the ever evolving Triax sound. In fact, this is Triax's most diverse and varied yet, with "Godzilla" our most freaky rock track yet!

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