“…fantastically innovative music.“ – Exposé // But there are several moments of serene beauty as well, in particular the limpid Steve Adams composition that ends the program. Highly recommended.“ – AllMusic Guide
Formed in 1980, Birdsongs of the Mesozoic play a unique mix of rock, punk, classical, minimalism, and free-form music, with occasional forays into even more unexpected directions.
Faultline was the first first release by the band after the departure of founder Roger Miller and was also their first for Cuneiform. It continued & built upon the group’s signature sound that 1st emerged in the early 80’s but also with many new twists.
released January 1, 1989
Steve Adams: tenor and alto sax, synth, bass clarinet, percussion, drum machine
Martin Swope: guitar, samples
Rick Scott: synth, percussion, piano
Ken Field: alto and soprano sax, percussion
Erik Lindgren: piano, samples, trumpet, drum machine
Willie ‚Loco‘ Alexander: percussion (tracks 9, 10)
Recording/mixdown down at Ly Studio, Worcester Ma January/February 1989.
Recording/mixdown engineer Bob Winsor.
Produced by Bob Winsor and Birdsongs Of The Mesozoic.
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