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Inner Boroughs by Dan Brown

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Dan Brown - Inner Boroughs
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Released:December 18th, 2001
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Length:00:01:54
Engineer: Nicholas Vernhes

Solo recordings from the percussionist from Hall of Fame and David Grubbs, made with the help of engineer Nicholas Vernhes and some additional percussive muscle by Greg Anderson of Dan Melchior's Broke Revue. The personnel here is limited but the instrumentation is varied and open and includes traditional drum workouts, variety of bowed and struck cymbals, gongs and ceramic pots, hammered guitar, thumb piano and more. Inner Boroughs exists in a tradition which isn't wholly jazz, rock or experimental music, but draws on a wealth of sources from "Suite for Toy Piano" on John Cage's Early Works, to Don Moye's Sun Percussion, Hal Blaine's Psychedelic Percussion and Art Blakey's Holiday for Skins volume 1.

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Inner Boroughs
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