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I Advance Wearing a Mask (PIL002)

by Strawberry Hands

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Filthy Lucre 03:53
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For Eric 01:24
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For Natasha 02:21
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More Weight 02:01
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Hot Moon 05:07 video

credits

released April 20, 2020

Written, performed, and produced by Jacob Brunner

Assistant recording & mixing engineer: John Custer
Mastering engineer: Jordan Burgis
Assistant producer: Sherie Ruppersberger

Mike Bruno: waterphone on 7; flute on 8
James Christy: bass on 8
Vinny DiGiovannangelo: trumpet on 5 and 7
Richard Finestone: clarinet on 3
Dan Hockstein: pedal steel on 2
Sherie Ruppersberger: backing vocals on 1 and 8
Jesse Sparhawk: harp on 3
Jim Strong: cello on 1 and 11

Recorded between 2013-2014 and 2017-2019 in Philadelphia.

Some lyrics in "Filthy Lucre," "Jovian Whistlers," "Death is the Message," "Astrolabe or Sextant," and "Hot Moon" remix the writings of Norman O. Brown

“For Natasha” samples the Bulgarian Women’s Choir
“More Weight” contains lyrical references to The Crucible by Arthur Miller and sampled dialogue from the 1996 film version
“More Weight” and “Astrolabe or Sextant” contain creative commons samples from freesound.org

Cover image: "JEB 1992" by Barbara Baum, photographed and edited by Howard Brunner

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