Esperanto

by Consider the Source

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Silent *~*Listener Since 2009!!! I saw you guys in Philly , my daughters fist show in the womb!! Thai for the straight guy everytime!
Deidre House
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Deidre House This is the debut album of world fusion power trio Consider The Source. A few nice acoustic tracks on here. Unlike most other bands, when CTS goes acoustic, they take a completely different approach, with a seamless integration of traditional folk music styles from all from around the world. Plugged-in, they retain the world influences but have the tendency to get heavy, funky, and generally just jam out.

I highly recommend this band to everyone, especially if you can catch them live. Favorite track: Tihai For The Straight Guy.
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No Keyboards were used in the making of this album
Recored by Joel Hamilton at Studio G - Brooklyn, NY
Mastered by Doug Henderson at MicroMoose Studio - Brooklyn, NY
Artwork by Justin Wood

All songs written and arranged by Consider The Source except "You Go Squish Now" - Traditional Hasidic Folk Melody

All songs performed by Consider The Source

credits

released February 23, 2008

Gabriel Marin - Doubleneck Guitar/Fretless Chatarangui
Justin Ahiyon - Drums/Percussion/Vocal Samples
John Ferrara - 4 & 5 String Bass

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Consider the Source New York, New York

"Sci-Fi Middle Eastern Fusion"

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Gabriel Marin - Double Neck Guitar

John Ferrara - Bass Guitar

Jeff Mann - Drums/Percussion
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