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David Hurley - Outer Nebula Inner Nebula




David Hurley - Outer Nebula Inner Nebula
(CD) Porter Records PRCD4016, 2008-12-15

David Hurley Outer Nebula Inner Nebula
David Hurley - Outer Nebula Inner Nebula
(CD) Porter Records PRCD4016, 2008-12-15

Tracklisting :
01. Deep Giant Squid 6:45
02. Outer Nebula 5:04
03. The Anti Venom 4:04
04. Shake The Noise Maker 7:26
05. Cosmic Moon March 2:03
06. Solar Wind Drone 0:43
07. Inner Nebula 6:45
08. Metamorphosis 2:12
09. Wenckebach 3:54
10. Don't Wake The Baby 7:55

Members :
David Hurley : Drums, Bells, Voice, Shakers, Double Flute, Congas, Clave, Balaphon, Moog
Zuri Waters : Alto Sax, Bells
Preston Swirnoff : Organ
Leornard Mack II : Djembe
Ousmane Traore : Junjun, Tambourine
Brian Ellis : Violin
Gamelan Kebyar : Bamboo Flutes

Links :
porterrecords.com
myspace.com/porterrecords
myspace.com/davidhurleymusic

Press Release :
San Diego based David Hurley approaches music with one foot in the past and one foot firmly planted in the future. With drums and an arsenal of percussion instruments, flutes, voice and even a Moog, he touches on elements of free-jazz, improv and spaced-out psychedelic music. His music is filled with unexpected surprises and a refreshing openness to trying new concepts in a genre of music that has become fairly predictable. A must have for fans of Sun Ra and otherworldly music.
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