"Sorry You're Here" LP, featuring select recordings from Beauty Pill's score to Taffety Punk's dance play "suicide.chat.room" (original production in 2010). Pressed on "coke bottle" clear vinyl. Includes bandcamp download code, liner notes, and artistic statement by Taffety Punk Artistic Director Marcus Kyd.
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This song creates a new space in the show as the characters join together in a heightened choreography movement at the end of scene 17. The scene was a set of choreographed couples, exchanging places in a sort of wild negotiation of wills. We extended the end sounds by eleven seconds to make it fit the dance. An alternative title for this song was "Elegy for Name Withheld." A variation of this song (track 2) was used for the curtain call and exit music.
from Sorry You're Here,
released February 21, 2020
Wildly adapted from Paul Simon's "Some Folks Lives Roll Easy." Arranged/performed by Beauty Pill (Basla Andolsun, Chad Clark, Jean Cook, Drew Doucette, Devin Ocampo). Vocals: Jean Cook.
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A truly incredible listening experience fusing Jazz, R&B, Soul, and more all together in an impressive and amazing release that demonstrates an awesome talent and a strong musical vision and ideal.
Highly recommended... rikm