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Then It All Came Down

Wrekmeister Harmonies

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
October 21st, 2014
Catalog ID:
thrill 360
Version desc.:
Limited edition, Transparent green vinyl
Label:
Thrill Jockey Records
Format:
12" vinyl (33⅓ RPM)
Limitation:
666 copies
Reviews:
None yet
Side A
1. -  
  (loading lyrics...)
Side B
2. -  
  (loading lyrics...)
Band members
J.R. Robinson Guitars, Electronics, Composition
Guest/Session
Solomon Lee Walker Bass
Eric Chaleff Guitars
Ryley Walker Guitars
Jaime Fennelly Harmonium
Lydia Lane Stout Choir conductor
Dylan O'Toole Guitars
Ron DeFries Bass
Jef Whitehead Drums
Sanford Parker Electronics
Bruce Lamont Electronics, Vocals
Mark Solotroff Electronics
Miscellaneous staff
Jason Ward Mastering
Simon Fowler Artwork
J.R. Robinson Guitars, Electronics, Composition
Solomon Lee Walker Bass
Eric Chaleff Guitars
Ryley Walker Guitars
Jaime Fennelly Harmonium
Lydia Lane Stout Choir conductor
Dylan O'Toole Guitars
Ron DeFries Bass
Jef Whitehead Drums
Sanford Parker Electronics
Bruce Lamont Electronics, Vocals
Mark Solotroff Electronics
Jason Ward Mastering
Simon Fowler Artwork
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The piece is inspired by and takes its name from an essay written by Truman Capote following his interview with Charles Manson-associate Bobby Beausoleil and was debuted at the Bohemian National Cemetery in Chicago under a full moon in July of 2013, the first in an annual series called Beyond The Gate.

Includes printed inner sleeve.

Recording information:

Recorded at Electrical Audio, Hotel2Tango and Grosse Pointe Lighthouse.

Mastered at Chicago Mastering Services.

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