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Zelienople performed James Tenney's 1971 piece, "For Percussion Perhaps, Or...(night) for Harold Budd" live at the Zen Buddhist Temple of Chicago on April 14th, 2018. We returned the following week to record the piece in the beautifully spacious Buddha Hall utilizing the traditional sacred Buddhist objects in the room (large Dharma Bell, large Dharma Drum, a set of Mok'taks, gong, and bells) as well as our Western Rock/Jazz instruments of guitar, synth, tenor sax. We also had two guests, WW Lowman and Pramod Tummala help us out on contrabass, vibraphones and harmonium.
released June 3, 2018
Mike Weis: Dharma drum, Dharma bell, Mok'taks, bells, cymbals, bowed vibraphones
P.M. Tummala: Vibraphones and Harmonium
W.W. Lowman: Contrabass
Donn Ha: Cymbals & Gongs
Brian Harding: Saxophone and Synthesizer
Matt Christensen: Guitar
Recorded live by Justin Mayer in April of 2018 at Zen Buddhist Temple Chicago.
supported by 16 fans who also own “For Percussion Perhaps, Or... (night) for Harold Budd”
Probably the Matt Christensen album I listen to most. Maybe that means it's my favorite? It certainly means it's sublimely excellent. The record sounds very nice, too. So if you're into vinyl, it's a good one to have. Jon