Amoebic Ensemble - Driving Music download album
Complete your Amoebic Ensemble collection. 001. Amoebic Ensemble. Driving Music (7", EP). Simply Indefensible Records. Driving Music (7", EP, Sil).
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Amoebic Ensemble (or The Amoebics) were an instrumental band in the 1990s, from Providence, Rhode Island, headed by Alec K. Redfearn, who wrote the music and arrangements for the group, and played accordion. The band emerged from the remnants of Redfearn's former band, Space Heater. Although the band members referred most often to their style as experimental music, their music has been characterized as free jazz, and as punk jazz. Their music has also been compared to that of Frank Zappa.
The obscure, but legendary Amoebic Ensemble formed in 1992 and disbanded for the last time in 1999. The Amoebics' music was an enraged, jagged and angular variant on early American cartoon music, among other things. The band was led by Alec K. Redfearn, but members Steven Jobe, Jonathan Thomas and Matt Everett also contributed compositions to the band's repetoire. There were no guitar players or bass players, just strings, brass, accordion, mandolin/ bouzouki and 2 percussionists.
Listen to music from Amoebic Ensemble like Chapter 11, Birdfight & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Amoebic Ensemble. Amoebic Ensemble were an instrumental band in the 1990s, from Providence, Rhode Island, headed by Alec K. Their music has also been compared to that of Frank Zappa
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Amoebic Emsemble biography Amoebic Ensemble was founded in the 1992 in Providence, Rhode Island. They originally were composed of two bass players and a percussionist under the name "Space Heater" before expanding to a chamber group and changing their name to "Ameobic Ensemble"
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|001||Amoebic Ensemble||Driving Music (7", EP)||Simply Indefensible Records||001||US||1994|
|001||Amoebic Ensemble||Driving Music (7", EP, Sil)||Simply Indefensible Records||001||US||1994|