Talking to a Different Drum (EP)

by vanita & johanna monk

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Social engineering With a human face Everyone except me Knows exactly why they’re here The order of life is transparent An ant farm between two plates of glass There’s no unemployment office in this town No old folks home either The common workers sleep in barracks If they lose their jobs they lose their beds In the long subarctic winter The human moles Digging the underground powerhouses See the sun only once a week The pay is fabulous But there’s nothing to spend it on.
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My Voice 09:14

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released June 15, 2011

Joe Monk: clarinet, backing vocal, signal processing, voice
Vanita Monk: keyboard, voice
Pierre Verbeek: lead vocal, cello, voice
Ruslan Amirinsky: soprano saxophone, recorder, voice
Henk van Schaik: tenor saxophone, voice
Mariette Kleisen: tenor saxophone, clarinet, voice
Miriam Siebenstädt: baritone saxophone, voice
Mira Uršić: violin, voice
Peter Sterk: voice
Victor Suy Bio Snijtsheuvel: electric guitar (track #1)
Willy Bakker: backing vocal (track #1)

Recorded in December 2003 and January 2004
at the Jazz Bunker and the Poortgebouw, Rotterdam.
Recorded by Pierre Verbeek and Joe Monk.
Mixed, mastered and produced by Joe Monk.

Front cover photograph: Frances Densmore and Blackfoot leader Mountain Chief at the Smithsonian Institution in 1916, during a recording session for the Bureau of American Ethnology. Photographer unknown (Public Domain).

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