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Performer: Estradasphere
Genre: Jazz / Rock / Blues
Album: Quadropus
Released: 2003
Style: Contemporary Jazz
MP3 version ZIP size: 1542 mb
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WMA version ZIP size: 1234 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 167
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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Mekapses Yitonisa 4:21
2 Dubway
Producer, Mixed By – Andrew Kapner
3:38
3 King Krab Battle
Bass Trombone – Luke KirleySaxophone – Joel Ford, Paul Tarantino, Scott Norgren, Wes AnthonyTrombone – Scott Harris Trumpet – Richard Karst, Val HallTuba – John Thomas
8:30
4 Speck
Arranged By [Strings] – Trey SpruanceCello – Aria DiSalvioPiano – Jeff AttridgeViola – Sarah HartViolin – Ben Blechman
4:34
5 Hardball
Percussion – Doug Smolens
13:40
6 A Car Ride In Idealistic Ethiopia (part 1) 5:46
7 Crystal Blue
Organ, Piano – Dale Ockerman
3:39
8 Jungle Warfare
Drums – John MerrymanGuitar [Solo] – Kevin KmetzVocals – Youri Raymond
5:42
9 Bodyslam 3:09
10 At Least We'd Have Today
Cello – Aria DiSalvioViola – Sarah HartViolin – Ben BlechmanVocals [Bridge] – Joel Robinow
9:38

Credits

  • Bass [Electric, Upright], Guitar [Bari], Piano, Synthesizer, Violin, Viola, Cello, Vocals, Percussion – Tim Smolens
  • Bass Trombone – Luke Kirley (tracks: 3)
  • Cello – Aria DiSalvio (tracks: 4, 10)
  • Drums – Dave Murray (tracks: 1, 6, 9), John Merryman (tracks: 8), Theo Mordey (tracks: 3 to 5)
  • Electric Guitar – Kevin Kmetz (tracks: 8)
  • Engineer – Chris Parsons (tracks: 9), Jason Schimmel, Tim Smolens, Trey Spruance
  • Goblet Drum [Dombek], Tambourine, Percussion – Mike Shannon (tracks: 1, 2, 3, 7)
  • Guitar [Electric, Acoustic, Baritone], Banjo, Organ, Piano, Synthesizer, Harpsichord, Vocals, Percussion, Human Beatbox – Jason Schimmel
  • Lyrics By, Vocals – Dave Murray (tracks: 8)
  • Mixed By – Jason Schimmel, Tim Smolens, Timb Harris
  • Organ, Piano – Dale Ockerman (tracks: 7)
  • Percussion – Doug Smolens (tracks: 5)
  • Piano – Jeff Attridge (tracks: 4)
  • Producer – Andrew Kapner (tracks: 2)
  • Saxophone – Joel Ford (tracks: 3), John Whooley (tracks: 3), Paul Tarantino (tracks: 3), Scott Norgren (tracks: 3), Wes Anthony (tracks: 3)
  • Saxophone, Flute, Vocals, Human Beatbox, Organ – John Whooley
  • Trombone – Scott Harris (tracks: 3)
  • Trumpet – Richard Karst (tracks: 3), Val Hall (tracks: 3)
  • Viola – Sarah Hart (tracks: 4, 10)
  • Violin – Ben Blechman (tracks: 4, 10)
  • Violin, Viola, Trumpet, Guitar, Mandolin, Mandolin [Turkish], Vocals, Percussion – Timb Harris
  • Vocals – Youri Raymond (tracks: 8)
  • Vocals [Bridge] – Joel Robinow (tracks: 10)

Notes

In loving memory of
Mary Aquinas McClafferty Whooley &
John Patrick Whooley Sr

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 78033 30132 8
Mr_Mole
A bit of a mash up. You can kind of tell that the band were falling apart as this album doesn't flow like the previous releases. That said this has some absolutely brilliant music (obviously, it's Estradasphere!). It has studio recordings of such live classics as Mekapses Ytonisa, King Krab Battle and Hardball. A Car Ride in Idealistic Ethiopia (part 1) is one of my favourite Estradasphere tracks, written by Smollens with guest drums by the legendary Dave Murray (he'd left the band by this time but plays drums on a few tracks) and Jungle Warfare is fat! Heavy, noisy Death Metal with guest drums from Joh Merryman of Cephalic Carnage. If you can find this CD for a good price it is well worth picking up, but don't spend the £40 it usually goes for unless you know what you're buying, if you expect the flawless brilliance of It's Understood you probably won't find it here. There's also some really silly singing songs too, so be warned... Crystal Blue is a piece of beach boys rip off shit, makes me glad Whooley left. Shimmel's singy song "Speck" has some clever parts... Some of the individual tracks are well worthy of 5 stars but the album just gets 3 as i think it's not a great effort all together.