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In Orbit is the second studio album by Swedish singer and songwriter September. It was released on 26 October 2005 as the first album released by September on Catchy Tunes. The album entered the Swedish Album Chart at its peak position of on 3 November 2005, and peaked at on the Finnish Album Chart.
Music critic Byron Coley helped tame the frenetic 1980s into comprehensible indie canons through corrosive wordplay that unfurled with the energy it sought to describe. He co-writes a column for Arthur magazine with Thurston Moore, a listicle-style breakdown of their joint knowledge of underground culture
Live At Feeding Tube Records on No. 2th, 2011.
Blues in Orbit is an album by American pianist, composer and bandleader Duke Ellington recorded for the Columbia label in 1959 and released in 1960. The album was re-released on CD in 2004 with bonus tracks including alternate takes and tracks from earlier sessions.
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Blues in Orbit lacks the intellectual cache of the suites and concept pieces that loomed large in Ellington's recordings of this period, but it's an album worth tracking down, if only to hear the band run through a lighter side of its sound - indeed, it captures the essence of a late-night recording date that was as much a. loose jam as a formal studio date, balancing the spontaneity of the former and the technical polish of the latter.
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- Bass – Justin Pizzoferrato
- Drone, Electronics – Ted Lee
- Drums – John Moloney
- Electronics – Conrad Capistran, Sarah O'Shea
- Guitar – Keith Wood, Ron Schneiderman
- Synthesizer – Jeremy Pisani
- Vocals – Byron Coley
NotesLive At Feeding Tube Records on Nov.12th, 2011
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