82a Sunday Session 26th June 2016

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Them what was here: Greg Clift bass guitar piano vocal, Craig Forbes drums, Fergus Leahy guitar keyboard, Arron Manfield flute sax percussion, Cameron Zachreson sax, Francesco Catuogno bass, Benni Seidel guitar keyboard drums audio post production

Fergus Leahy keyboard, Cameron Zachreson Sax L, Arron Manfield sax R, Francesco Catuogno bass, Craig Forbes drums, Benni Seidel guitar CR

Greg Clift guitar CR, Charlie Frost keyboard, Fergus Leahy guitar R, Arron Manfield sax R tambourine, Cameron Zachreson Sax L, Francesco Catuogno bass, Craig Forbes drums, Benni Seidel guitar L

Arron Manfield flute, Greg Clift piano. Recorded with 2 x Vintage STC 4021’s as room mics.

Charlie Frost guitar R, Arron Manfield tambourine, Cameron Zachreson sax, Francesco Catuogno bass, Craig Forbes drums

Didn’t record everything, haven’t published everything recorded. No pics or video

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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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