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A SEQUENCE OF WAVES
(twelve stories and a dream)
a new album from the creator of Tilted Axes




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Patrick Grant
A SEQUENCE OF WAVES
(twelve stories and a dream)

Patrick Grant: guitar, bass, viola, piano, keyboards and percussion
John Ferrari: drums, mallet instruments and percussion
Nick Didkovsky: guitar solo on “Primary Blues"
Dan Cooper: 7-string electric bass
Lynn Bechtold: violin
Dan Barrett: cello

Recorded at John Kilgore Sound NYC, the NYU Film School, Peppergreen Media NYC, and the Ferrari Factory NJ
Album mixing engineer and recording engineer for Kilgore sessions: Garry Rindfuss
Recording engineer for NYU Film School sessions: Jocelyn Gonzales
Mixed at Mercy Sound Studios NYC

Mastered by Sheldon Steiger
Produced by Patrick Grant

Prepared piano samples on “Lucid Intervals” were created separately by David Borden (Mother Mallard’s Portable Masterpiece Co.) and generously supplied for further manipulation here.

The vocal track for “Sevens Years at Sea” (Sept Ans Sur Mer) is from “A Treasury of Library of Congress Field Recordings” (Rounder Records 1500) and is now in the Public Domain. It was recorded by John and Alan Lomax in Louisiana in 1934, and is sung by Elita, Mary, and Ella - the Hoffpauir Sisters.

The field samples and tuned sounds on “One Note Samba” were recorded for this project in New York City and in São Paulo, Brazil.

All titles on this album are by Patrick Grant and published by Peppergreen Media (ASCAP) except for “One Note Samba” by Antônio Carlos Jobim and published by Universal Music. Licensing for this recording is provided through the Harry Fox Agency.

Guest soloist Nick Didkovsky is a guitarist, composer, and band leader.

Album photography: Bob Krasner
Album graphics and layout: Eric Iverson
Peppergreen Media logo: Steve Ball

Thanks and acknowledgements: ASCAP, Gary Beeber, Composers Concordance, The Coney Island Film Festival, D’Addario Strings & Planet Waves, Electro-Harmonix NYC, O Festival Música Estranha, The Film School at NYU Tisch School of the Arts, Robert Fripp, The (formerly known as) Guitar Circle of North America, Independent Music Promotions, Korg USA/Vox Amps, James Moore, James Gill (Mercy Sound), Milica Paranosic, Gene Pritsker, Tom Redmond, Som do Brasil on WKCR, Preston Stahly, Kathleen Supove, Tribeca New Music, and Tiny Orchestral Moments (Seattle)

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