Gargoyle 63

by Various Artists

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about

This album represents a a cooperative effort of the literary journal, Gargoyle, based in Washington D. C. and EAT, a producer of audio chapbooks and albums based in Jacksonville, FL.

Gargoyle 63 is the first volume of EAT Others.

credits

released March 1, 2015

Edited by Richard Peabody
Produced by Mark Ari


Track Credits

Robert Anbian And The UFQ: The Unidentified Flying Quartet

“Wish We Were Here” and “We”
Robert Anbian—Poems, Voice, Co-producer
E. Doctor Smith—Co-producer, The Drumsticks, Samples
Charles Unger—Alto, Tenor, and Soprano Saxophones
Sam Peoples—Acoustic and Electric Piano, Samples
Mike Shea—Acoustic and Electric Bass

Engineered by Bill Raymond, Mastering by Andrew Scott at Studio 401, SF, CA
CD by Edgetone Records www.unidentifiedflyingquartet.com


Mary Bargteil recorded her poem on her laptop while sitting in her living room (in Arnold, MD), accompanied by her dog, Sally.

Blind Bot's Mule --“Witchin' Hour”
Words and Music - Kevin Downs, Bruce Terrell
Produced, Engineered and Recorded at The Coon Dog's, Flatlick, VA
copyright 2014 - Pickled Pig's Feet, LLC

Grant Clauser’s poem was recorded by Jill Frechie at Rosemont College (PA) and edited by Marc Schuster.

Cornelius Eady & Rough Magic

1) “Twilight is The Hour” (Master 2)
Words and Music: Cornelius Eady
CE: Acoustic Guitars and Vocal
Robin Messing: Vocal
Concetta Abbate: Violin
Charlie Rauh: Electric Guitar
Emma Alabaster: Bass

2) “Limo”
Words: Robin Messing (e-mail)
Music: Cornelius Eady
CE: Beats, percussion, acoustic guitar and vocal; Concetta Abbate; Violin;
Charlie Rauh; Electric Guitar.

Both recorded at Cornelius’s apt on Jane St., NY, NY, mixed by Sebastian Sanchez, ACME studio, Rochester, NY.

John King recorded his poem in Orlando, Florida, from the studio of The Drunken Odyssey podcast.

Bill Minor

1) “Sandra Bullock”
Bill Minor (voice and piano), Heath Proskin (bass); recorded by Steve Mortensen at Mortensen Music, Carmel Valley, CA.

2) “Q-Tips”
Bill Minor (voice), Heath Proskin (bass); recorded by Karl Dobbratz at Good Brother Sound, Pacific Grove, CA.

Christopher Morgan recorded his poem in his room in Livermore, CA.

Elisabeth Murawski’s poems were recorded at her home in Alexandria, VA.

Isabella Perelman—“Pandora’s Box”
Vocals, guitar Isabella; guitar, bass Marco Delmar; drums Robbie Magruder; flute Mateo Monk. Produced at Recording Arts Studio, Fairfax, VA. www.izzabellamusic.com

Doug Rice recorded his cut at the Akademie Schloss Solitude, Stuttgart, Germany.

Mark Terrill played everything on his 4 cuts and self-recorded in Burg, Germany.

Vapor Trails--“Como se llama mama”
Words and Music - Kevin Downs, Bruce Terrell
Produced, Recorded, Engineered by The Hacienda Twins, Washington, DC
Copyright 2014 Craig Lives, LLC

Rebecca Villarreal’s poems were recorded at Mama Chelo Studios in Chicago, IL in 2014.

Randi Ward’s poem was recorded by Jesse Gottlieb in Ithaca, NY.


Cover Art: Graffiti drawn by Squiddy Johnson and Nathan Bowen and photographed by Sarah Katharina Kayss in London (Holburn) [Photo c 2013 Sarah Katharina Kayss]

Cover design by Kenneth Lee



Eat acquires and maintains the nonexclusive right to provide free listening for this album and any of its individual tracks on its website, and to distribute the same to third parties for digital download and streaming.


Copyright reverts to the authors.

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