Not Two MW769 Ghetto calypso


Marco Eneidi/Peter Kowald/Damon Smith/Spirit

Marco Eneidi, alto saxophone; Peter Kowald, double bass; Damon Smith, double bass; Spirit, drums.

  1. A tiny hole in Tuva (02.49)
  2. Psylium (04.02)
  3. Tangled lines (04.38)
  4. Ghetto calypso (06.51)
  5. Sufi prayer (01.19)
  6. David, with Bert, plays Mahler (04.23)
  7. Breakfast with a dervish (02.11)
  8. The unforseen is what is beautiful (06.17)
  9. Cracked mirrors, for example, or the long faded portrait of one of your friends (03.11)
  10. Pull, push, jump (up) (06.04)
  11. Obo (02.40)
  12. Black dots (06.36)
  13. Last call for a bawdy-house sweetheart (02.00)
  14. Gargoyles (02.23)
  15. Flight of the marabou (00.52)
  16. New music pygmies (06.22)
  17. Easinesses found (06.39)
Recorded on 3 May 2000 at Headless Buddha Studio, Oakland.

Cover painting (reproduced above) by Peter Kowald.


Go to list of Not Two recordings or to Independent Record Labels page