Tiner / Phillips / Schoenbeck Trio: Breathe In, Feed Out (PFMCD014)

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“So the voices that seem to originate from objects in a room hurry here,
the way things hurry toward a background made only of motion.”
— Dennis Phillips, Sand

Kris Tiner: trumpet, flugelhorn, piccolo trumpet, reeds
Noah Phillips: electric guitar, electronics
Sara Schoenbeck: bassoon
1. Skujellifeddy (McGranehan) [6:31]
2. A Wind Shift [4:54]
3. Clocks and Maps [6:52]
4. Like Red Flowers [9:38]
5. Winddrone, Water Drying [2:35]
6. Road from Kumasi [9:25]
7. In This Dull City [2:42]
8. They Mistook Time for Line [3:04]
9. Metal Skin [2:36]
10. Force A Smooth Thing [6:48]
Total Playing Time: [55:10]
Tracks 1, 4, and 6 are compositions by Kris Tiner; all other compositions and arrangements by Tiner/Phillips/Schoenbeck
© 2004 Kris Tiner Music, ASCAP

Recorded by Mark Wheaton at Catasonic Studios in Echo Park, CA 11.18.02
Mixed and mastered by Jeff Kaiser
Design and layout by Jeff Kaiser and Kris Tiner
Photos taken in Kumasi, Ghana by Kris Tiner

pfMENTUM CD014

PFMCD014

They Mistook Time for Line

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“They Mistook Time for Line” from breathe in, feed out by Tiner, Phillips, Schoenbeck Trio. Genre: Improvisation, Creative, Composition.

Dan Clucas / Immediately: Exile (PFMCD028)

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Dan Clucas: cornet
Brian Walsh: clarinet, tenor saxophone
Noah Phillips: guitar
Michael Ibarra: contrabass
Rich West: drums

1. Stating the Obvious (7:16)
2. You Say (for Bobby Bradford) (7:14)
3. Exile (for Astor Piazzolla) (8:11)
4. The Black Horn (for John Carter) (11:26)
5. Mothers and Daughters (4:24)
6. Wheat and Weeds (8:22)

all compositions by Dan Clucas, © 2005 Highland Rock Music (ASCAP)
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Recorded by Mark Wheaton 11/25/02
Mixed by Mark Wheaton and Rich West at Catasonic Studios, Echo Park, Los Angeles, CA
Mastered by Wayne Peet at Newzone Studio, Los Angeles, CA
Design and Layout by Jeremy Drake

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The imagination–it represents a futile gesture in the U.S.A.
–And yet the heart lives on it.
Allen Ginsberg, from Journals Mid-Fifties, 1954-1958

Exile is permanent. We are always aware of another locale, another point of view, another way of feeling the world, which could be ours but is not. We are also aware that our own tenuous realities are the exiles of others. We secretly suspect the greener grass to be not grass at all, but another substance entirely. Exiles long for a home from which they are displaced, or for the simple assurance of place itself. None of us is exempt; exile is not a feeling but a part of our true state.
This music came about at a time when my own sense of exile, encouraged by the events of the world, started to get the better of me. I wanted to say something that was HERE and NOW, so I wrote some music, got a band together, called it IMMEDIATELY, and we played some shows and made this recording. Whenever we played I knew that all the band members were fully present, and I felt at home. My sincere thanks to the musicians on this record, and special thanks to Rich West for the tons of support.
Dan Clucas
July 7, 2005

pfMENTUM CD028

PFMCD028

Kris Tiner / Mike Baggetta: There, Just As You Look For It (PFMCD025)

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Kris Tiner: trumpet, flugelhorn, piccolo trumpet, saxoflugel
Mike Baggetta: prepared acoustic guitar

1. The Road To El Paso [6:09]
2. Second Preference [3:39]
3. A Delicate Touch [3:49]
4. Your Aftermath [2:31]
5-8. Quadrants (for Ken Wilber)
WE [7:25]
ITS [4:13]
IT [4:11]
I [2:11]
9. Caffeinated Weasels [2:01]
10. One More Chance [4:51]
11. Choke On It [1:53]
12. There, Just As You Look For It [6:26]
Total Playing Time: [49:19]

Tracks 1-4 and 10-11 are compositions by Mike Baggetta, (c) 2005 Mabnotes Music, BMI
Tracks 5-9 and 12 are compositions by Kris Tiner, (c) 2005 Kris Tiner Music, ASCAP
Recorded at pfMENTUM World Headquarters in Ventura, California, 6/20/04
Recorded, mixed, and mastered by Jeff Kaiser
Design and layout by Jeff Kaiser and Kris Tiner
Photos taken by Jason Mears at the Salvation Theatre in Los Angeles, 6/21/04

Thanks: Jeff Kaiser, Kim Tiner, Paul Cartwright, Jeremy Drake, Rent Romus, Monica at Dagny’s, Phillip Greenlief, Ivan Johnson, Jason Mears, Kraig Grady, Nissan Pathfinder.
www.kristiner.com
www.mikebaggetta.com

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PFMCD025