the sun my god

by john schroeder

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features members of Hamsa Lila, Rosen Coven, Mickey Hart, Paul Simon, Wise Monkey, and Dr. Abacus

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released 10 January 2012
The Sun My God liner notes xrotr.bandcamp.com
This album would not have been possible without the exceptional contributors listed below.

Gravity
Ian Inkx Herman: Drum Kit
Vir McCoy: guitar, guimbri, (Craksh also known as Quarquab)
John Schroeder: Synthesizer, Bass Guimbri (Lotar), Flutes, field recordings and samples, Turntables

H2O
Ian Inkx Herman: Drum Kit
Tim Carless: Trombone
Bongo Sidibe: Djembe
John Schroeder: 12 String and Electric Guitar, Fretless Bass, Analog Synthesizer, Samples, Marimba

Magnetism
Ian Inkx Herman: Drum Kit
Vir McCoy: Sintir, Guimbri
Bongo Sidibe: Djembe
John Schroeder: Analog Synthesizer, Tenor Saxophone, field recordings and samples, Marxophone

Alpha Centauri
John Schroeder: 12 String and Electric Guitar, Fretless Bass, Analog Synthesizer, Flute, Tenor Saxophone, Samples, String Arrangement, Treatments, Bowed Guitar, Contralto Clarinet, Marimba
Tim Carless: Trombone
Justin Katz: Upright Bass
Beth Vandervennet: Cello
Lead Violin: Lila Sklar
Violin: Dave Rosenfeld

So Below
Sarita Pockell: Vocals, Acoustic Guitar
Xochi Schroeder: Additional Vocals
Ian Inkx Herman: Drum Kit
John Schroeder: Fretless Bass, Analog Synthesizer, Bowed Guitar, Contralto Clarinet, Marimba


All songs composed, and produced by John Schroeder
Live drum tracking session was engineered by James Heysler at Light House Studios.
Special thanks to Jaron Lanier for the use of his beautiful Marxophone.
Extra thanks to Sequential Circuits analog synthesizers and the Roland Space Echo!

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