Choir EP (2010)

by World History

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14-person choir, recorded in a living room in Seattle WA in May 2010. Features members of iji, Sundance Kids, Megabog, Pet Dander, Junk Bones, Leaf Colors, Sweet Potatoes, & more.


released August 27, 2010

Songs recorded by Eric Wick at Pet Seminary in Seattle WA & then mixed by Eric at his West Advocate Studio in Lake Forest Park WA in May 2010. Songs written & then arranged for choir by Neil Campau. Choir directed by Neil Campau & Jamie Menzel. The singers are Erin Birgy, Jennifer Williams, Jane Austin, Michael Jae, Lucas Webster, Forrest Baum, Jeremy Latimer, Matthew Duthie, Janine Cipolaro, Jenny Asarnow, Zach Burba, Shelby Turner, Jamie Menzel, & Neil Campau. Zach Burba plays the drum on "You're a Machine".

THANKS to all of the singers (including those who couldn't make the recording time, as it was rad to have you at rehearsals), Eric Wick, Pet Seminary, Sherwood Co-Op, Johnny Goss, & MuseScore (open-source notation software).




World History Seattle, Washington

Neil Campau began World History in the winter of 2006, writing and collaborating aboard several boats in Seattle. These are genuine, hungry, thoughtful folk songs with a hint of anarchist anti-politics and many a laughing, stomping, yelping singalong. World History's final show was in March of 2012. Neil Campau has a new project called "Electrician". ... more

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