Bite The Mountain

by Rachael Dadd

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03:08
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03:23
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03:47
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03:00
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04:16
10.
03:51
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12.
03:20
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14.
03:45

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"The songs are a diary account of a rich and fulfilling time of my life, written and recorded while traveling Japan and immersing myself in that other culture. Starting off as 4track demos the album was then recorded in 3 locations in Japan with a handful of Japanese musicians I had the privelege of meeting through the underground music scene and then working with"

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released July 18, 2011

All words and music by Rachael Dadd copyright 2011
Licensed to broken sound music
Rachael sings and plays piano, guitar, banjo, ukulele, clarinet, alto
clarinet, percussion and thumb piano
ICHI plays steelpan on tracks 4 and 11 and sings on track 4
Rozi plain sings on tracks 4 and 11
Makota Inada plays bass on tracks 1, 5 and 12 and plays bass drum with his finger on track 11
Yumi ozaki reads on track 7 and plays kitchen percussion and chopsticks on track 8
Aki tsuyuko plays organ on track 9

Tracks 1,2,3,4,6,7,8,10, 13 and 14 were recorded by Richard Honer in
Sapporro, japan
Tracks 5, 9, 11 and 12 were recorded by Makoto Inada at Guggenhiem, Kobe, japan
All tracks were mixed by Makoto Inada in Kobe, Japan
Many tracks had overdubs recorded by Makoto Inada in Kobe
Mastering by Fluid

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Rachael Dadd Bristol, UK

“Late contender for the best of the year lists...brilliantly unusual, unexpected tracks, you never know what
she`s going to do next” - Lauren Laverne
“Bold art folk...accomplished fusion of words, acoustic strumming and wild percussive textures” - UNCUT
An artist destined to define the genre” - The Line Of Best Fit
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