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The Tom & Marty Band: Afraid to Go to Sleep

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Tom Campagnoli
Marty McCavitt
Released:1982
Length:00:46:27


Formed in 1980, The Tom and Marty Band have always referred to their act as "Electronic Folk Music" and claim to have been inspired by outer space, film, science, myth, love, nature, children and the sounds of the world around them.

Mutant Sounds blog said, "The dark-tinged synthy bleep 'n' splut-scapes that The Tom & Marty Band specialize in are cheap, grotty and strangely gripping..."

Tom Campagnoli: Vocals, clarinet, Hohner Bass2 keyboard preamped through a Wollensack reel to reel tape machine running in record mode with no tape, then plugged via the Wollensack's 'speaker out' to a Silvertone amp, Pig Nose amp feedback, toy organ, drum machine, flute, bells, large coffee can

Marty McCavitt: Vocals, Micromoog synthesizer and acoustic string instruments both plugged into a Crate guitar amp with a 12-inch speaker, Hohner Pianet-T preamped through a Barcus-Berry contact mic, Standard Preamp volume & tone control box Model 1330.


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Afraid to Go to Sleep
01. I Had a Dream (03:12)
05. Stigmata (03:45)
06. Preludes (04:31)
07. Naomi (02:59)
08. Trilogy (04:50)
09. Meditation (03:38)
11. Day Time REMs (06:29)
UPLOADED:07/01/2010
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