- Electric Guitar, Violin, Artwork By [Drawings], Recorded By – Thomas Gaudynski
- Instruments [Invented], Electronics – Hal Rammel
- Mastered By – Mike Lucas
- Soprano Saxophone, Sopranino Saxophone, Cornet – Steve Nelson-Raney
- Text By [Essay] – Clark Lunberry
Recorded live in concert at Woodland Pattern Book Center, Milwaukee 2.22.2004 and 6.6.2004. Includes a four panel insert with an essay entitled "Sites Of Sound, Alchemies Of Air: Audiotrope" and biographies/drawings of the artists. Published in an edition of 333 with 33 copies boxed and containing artworks by the participants.
Steve Nelson-Raney, Hal Rammel - Breathing CD. Penumbra Music. Penumbra CD006. 이 버전 판매. CODY CD 02. Steve Nelson-Raney. Hal Rammel, Thomas Gaudynski, Steve Nelson-Raney - Audiotropism CDr, Album. Necessary Arts. Steve Nelson-Raney is the breath of the duo, handling tenor, soprano, and sopranino saxophones, along with clarinet, ocarina, and the beautiful and very breath-demanding shakuhachi. Hal Rammel brings in his homemade instruments, relying at times on percussion like on Ruffling but mostly playing string-like instruments and bowed metal - things that will sing a very humanlike song if handled the right way. I Didn't Know What Time It Was - Mulgrew Miller, Steve Nelson, Tony Reedus, Ray Drummond. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Author: Steve Nelson-Raney. concert, cornet, gallery, improvisation, improvised, improvising, muscial, music, new, percussion, and saw. The label has released 14 compact discs and 4 7 45 rpm singles featuring music by Michael Zerang, Fred Lonberg-Holm, Jon Mueller, Tom Hamilton, Terri Kapsalis, Lou Mallozzi, Peter Zummo, Matt Turner, John Corbett, Hal Rammel, Steve Nelson-Raney, Christopher Burns, Thomas Gaudynski, and others. The records have celebrated releases and performances in both Milwaukee and Chicago at venues including the Corbett vs. Dempsey Gallery and the Museum of Contemporary Art. These include original drawings, photographs, and designs for album covers, events, and other musical adventures. Half Nelson is a compilation album of duets performed by country singer Willie Nelson along with various other artists, released in 1985. It also includes a few never-before released hits as well. Willie Nelson Guitar, vocals. Ray Charles Piano, vocals. Carlos Santana Guitar. Julio Iglesias Vocals. Lacy J. Dalton Guitar, vocals. Merle Haggard Guitar, vocals. George Jones Guitar, vocals. Mel Tillis Guitar, vocals. Hank Williams Guitar, vocals. Neil Young Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals. Full Nelson is a jazz album by Oliver Nelson recorded in 1962 and 1963, and released on Verve Records. It is one of his first big band albums. Nelson has also arranged his Hoe Down, a composition that initially appeared in a septet version on The Blues and the Abstract Truth, in a driving big band arrangement that features Clark Terry. Down Beat magazine critic Harvey Pekar wrote that, Nelson's alto work is featured on Full Nelson, Skokiaan, and Leonard Bernstein's Cool. He plays fluently and. His performing and recording colleagues have included Peter Zummo, Bruce Gremo, Karlheinz Essl, Bruce Arnold, Rich O'Donnell, Jonathan Haas, Jacqueline Martelle, Al Margolis, Steve Nelson-Raney, Hal Rammel, Christopher Burns, Thomas Gaudynski, Rick Aaron, Thomas Buckner, David Soldier, Bruce Eisenbeil, Richard Lerma'. Steve Nelson Фото исполнителя Steve Nelson. United States. All songs by Steve performing and recording colleagues have included Peter Zummo, Bruce Gremo, Karlheinz Essl, Bruce Arnold, Rich ODonnell, Jonathan Haas, Jacqueline Martelle, Al Margolis, Steve Nelson-Raney, Hal Rammel, Thomas Gaudynski, Christopher Burns, Rick Aaron, Thomas Buckner, David Soldier, Bruce Eisenbeil, and Richard Lerman. He is a longtime member of composer Robert Ashleys touring opera ensemble. His audio production can be found in over 80 CD releases of new and experimental music, including recordings by Muhal Richard Abrams, David Behrman, Thomas Buckner, Annea Lockwood, Alvin Lucier, Roscoe Mitchell, Phill Niblock, and Blue Gene Tyranny