Freshly unpredictable and unpredictably fresh sounds from King Crimson rhythmatist accompanied by big basses, angular horns and mysterious voices on this studio improv based recording of quick changing dark fun.
1. Monstruoso (6:42) 2. Mibo (2:45) 3. Song Number Ten (0:27) 4. Banjoman (3:30) 5. Yes Sir (2:06) 6. Septaped (1:03) 7. Short Attention Span (part one) (3:19) 8. Stinkicious (1:24) 9. Snort (6:32) 10. Palomitas (4:43) 11. Short Attention Span (part two) (1:27) 12. Hurt Me (4:15) 13. Guilty (4:01) 14. Munchkin (13:32)
MasTicA - MasTicAttacK (2002)
• P@ M (Lee Patrick Mastelotto) - drums, beats, samples • gum B (Mark Alan Williams) - bass, cello, mandocello, tenor guitar, voice • munk E (Monica Angela Champion) - alto saxophone, clarinet, bass clarinet, voice + Bill Munyon - sound design, samples Brad Housen - baritone saxophone, sentir, percussion Branden Harper - drums, percussion Bruce Salmon - keyboards, samples Miabel - voice
These MasTicA Cedar Creek Sessions, almost an accident waiting to happen, were born of the fact that music can happen anytime, and the end result is often far from what was expected going in. March 8-9, 2001 was originally a time to begin a second record of "songs and instrumental sculptures" ala their first effort, "Mastica 99." Somewhere in between finding sounds and basic tracks of a few new songs, there was a moment or twelve to "experiment" or "stretch out.