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Echopraxia by Frank Macchia

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Album Title: Rhythm Abstraction: Azure
Label: Cacophony
Released: 2020

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About the Album

New original music by Frank Macchia and Brock Avery. This is from the new EP "Rhythm Abstraction:Azure" which includes 7 new works. Brock created an improvised drum solo and Frank composed music for woodwinds, keyboards and synthesizers around the drums. The term Echopraxia means: the involuntary imitation of the movements of another person. Enjoy!!

Track Listing

Echopraxia; Balinese Butterflies; Emma's Dilemma; Last Call; Madness!; Dreams of Salvadore Dali's Llama; Panoply.

Personnel

Frank Macchia
Frank Macchia

composer/conductor

Brock Avery
Brock Avery

percussion

Alex Iles
Alex Iles

trombone

Eric Jensen
Eric Jensen

guitar

Tracy London

voice / vocals

Additional Personnel

Alex Iles: trombone (4); Eric Jensen: electric guitar (4); Tracy London: vocals (7).

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Date featured

January 28, 2020

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