82a Sunday Session 7th July 2013

Didn’t record or mix down everything … Didn’t record the acoustic jams in the kitchen :-( But I will one day!!

Clive Little – bass, drums, mandolin, guitar
ZizhiZhou – Bass, guitar, flute (recorder), extreme sounds, vox
Glen Daw – Guitar, vox
Benni Seidel – Drums, guitar SFX, keyboard, Vox
Phil Cleary – Vox
Fergus – Guitar

ZizhiZhou – Flute (recorder) Vox, Clive Little – Drums, Benni Seidel – Keyboard (FX)

Glen Daw – Guitar vox, Clive Little – Bass, Benni Seidel – Drums

Benni Seidel – Drums vox, Glen Daw – Guitar, Clive Little – Bass

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About 82A Sunday Sessions

The 82a Sunday Sessions are every Sunday 3:00pm to 7:00pm in a private studio/rehearsal space in Alexandria Sydney Australia The sessions are open to experienced musicians/performers/artists who're interested in collaborating, experimenting, pushing their envelope and critical dialogue in a cross section of performance arts. Music, spoken word, movement etc. The facilities and equipment are provided free to participants. Originality and critical dialogue are encouraged!
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