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Olias Fall

Olias Fall

Olias Fall


Olias Fall is a folk musician from Maine who moved to California in 2007. Olias has since dropped the s added an h and Oliah became the guitar player "bird" in the duo Bird & Turtle, Banjo Andy being "turtle" playing banjo. http://www.last.fm/music/Bird+and+Turtle The album "Quandary" was recorded in Belfast, Maine on an old 4-track, in the bathroom of Olias's apartment. All the songs and cover art are by Olias Fall. The album can be ordered (currently seeking a way to make copies) Read more on Last.fm
Olias Fall is a folk musician from Maine who moved to California in 2007. Olias has since dropped the s added an h and Oliah became the guitar player "bird" in the duo Bird & Turtle, Banjo Andy being "turtle" playing banjo. http://www.last.fm/music/Bird+and+Turtle The album "Quandary" was recorded in Belfast, Maine on an old 4-track, in the bathroom of Olias's apartment. All the songs and cover art are by Olias Fall.

The album can be ordered (currently seeking a way to make copies) contact : allergic(at)riseup.net for other inquiries On the inside cover of the album booklet it reads : "This album was recorded in the bathroom of my apartment, on my friend Sky's 4-track, in December of 2005. The album was mastered by Andrew Luckless of Luckless Studio in Belfast Maine. Sky and my other friend Tim accompanied me on "Gender Rebel" and "Knock it Down." Sky was the hand-clapping/door-knocker, who got so enthusiastic about knocking, that his knuckles started to bleed after a few takes. Timothy was banging on cans and buckets.

Tim did all the drumming for the album, and also played banjo for "the Love We Left in Madison." These two are an invaluable part of this project. Thank you Tim and Sky so very much. Also, innumerable thanks to Andrew for making time to produce this album on the side of being a full time father to baby Rex. Andrew also did the jaw harp for "The Toad in the Road......" "Please help to dismantle the current world-order known as Capitalism and join in the struggle for a socially wise and healthy world, in which we relate to one another and the earth in more sincere, conscious, and ultimately symbiotic ways." -December 19, 2005 Belfast, Maine Note : the p.o.

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