Mammal Hands: Gift From The Trees

Mammal Hands SKU: 43665174
Mammal Hands: Gift From The Trees

Mammal Hands: Gift From The Trees

Mammal Hands SKU: 43665174

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Gift From The Trees
Artist: Mammal Hands
Label: Gondwana Records
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 5050580795938
Genre: Rock

Captivating, ethereal and majestic, Mammal Hands (saxophonist Jordan Smart, pianistNick Smart and drummer and percussionist Jesse Barrett) has carvedout a refreshingly original sound from a disparate array of influences. Drawing on their love ofelectronic, contemporary classical, world, folk and jazz music, Mammal Hands take in influencesincluding Pharoah Sanders, Gétachèw Mekurya, Terry Riley, Steve Reich and Sirishkumar Manji. Mammal Hands' fifth studio album 'Gift from the Trees' offers a freshperspective on the unique trio's singular music. The first to be recorded in a residential studio, theband enjoyed the opportunity to go late into the night searching for a deeper, more organic experience, closer to both their writing process but also their trance-like live performances. While some of themusic was pre-composed and had even been performed live, the band also enjoyed the opportunity toimprovise ideas in the studio.

1.1 The Spinner
1.2 Riser
1.3 Nightingale
1.4 Kerne
1.5 (Intro) Dimu
1.6 Dimu
2.1 Deep within Mountains
2.2 Labyrinth
2.3 Kai
2.4 Sleeping Bear
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