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Giant Skyflower Band

Giant Skyflower Band

Giant Skyflower Band


During a sabbatical from regular duties in The Skygreen Leopards, Glenn Donaldson (never one to rest) dreamt of this exotic, crumbling new age / toytown psych / prog / folk / pop project, quickly enlisting multi-instrumentalist Shayde Sartin (The Skygreen Leopards, Flying Canyon, Kelley Stoltz) to join in. With Gong's Magick Brother and early Genesis as starting points and with a sitar close at hand, the duo created a peregrine pop record that references Read more on Last.fm
During a sabbatical from regular duties in The Skygreen Leopards, Glenn Donaldson (never one to rest) dreamt of this exotic, crumbling new age / toytown psych / prog / folk / pop project, quickly enlisting multi-instrumentalist Shayde Sartin (The Skygreen Leopards, Flying Canyon, Kelley Stoltz) to join in. With Gong's Magick Brother and early Genesis as starting points and with a sitar close at hand, the duo created a peregrine pop record that references everything from Tori Kudo to The Cure to Alice Coltrane to The Hidden Cameras to Television Personalities. Their debut, Blood of the Sunworm, arrived in March 2007 on Soft Abuse. Giant Skyflower Band shifted from insular home recording project to a fully-functioning live experience in April 2007 with the addition of Jason Quever (Vetiver, The Papercuts) and a Univox drum box to the fold.

The 'quartet' are keeping things loose, but expect some live appearances and perhaps more recordings in the not-too-distant future. (taken from www.softabuse.com) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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