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THE EX + TOM CORA - AND THE WEATHERMEN SHRUG THEIR SHOULDERS

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    THE EX + TOM CORA - AND THE WEATHERMEN SHRUG THEIR SHOULDERS
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    01-Dere Geliyor Dere.mp3
    02-The Big Black.mp3
    03-What's The Story.mp3
    04-Lamp Lady.mp3
    05-One-Liner From China.mp3
    06-Everything & Me.mp3
    07-New Clear Daze.mp3
    08-Oh Purckerlips Now.mp3
    09-Empty V.mp3
    10-Okinawa Mon Amour.mp3
    11-Dear House.mp3
    12-Conviction Going Gaga.mp3
    13-Stupid Competitions.mp3
    14-Hickwall.mp3
    15-War Od.mp3
    16-.mp3
     




    RECORD INFORMATION

    And The Weathermen Shrug Their Shoulders
    Release Date : 1993

    Recorded January 15-22, 1993. Mixed May 7-11, 1993 at the Friends Studio, Amsterdam.
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    THE EX + TOM CORA Biography

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    Dutch band, formed in 1979 in Amsterdam. Initially an anarcho-punk band, over the years they have incorporated many different musical styles such as jazz, noise, free improvisation, and ethnic/world music while still keeping a focus on anarchism, lyrically.

    Band members: Andy Moor (2), Arnold de Boer, Terrie Hessels, Katherina Bornefeld
    Band ex-members: , Luc Ex, GW Sok, Han Buhrs, Rozemarie Heggen, Wim Ter Weele, John Van De Weert, René De Groot, Bas Masbeck, Joke Laarman, Sabien Witteman, Geurt van Gisteren, Nicolette Schuurman, Jos Kley, Luc Klaasen
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    The Ex is an anarchist band from the Netherlands. They formed in 1979 at the height of the original punk explosion and have released more than twenty full length albums since. In the early 1990s they collaborated with the late Tom Cora (September 14, 1953 - April 9, 1998), who was a United States cellist and composer, best known for his improvisational performances in the field of experimental jazz and rock.

    Their collaboration resulted in the albums "Scrabbling At the Lock" in 1991 and the follow-up "And the Weathermen Shrug Their Shoulders" in 1993.
    Disclaimer: this biography was gathered automatically through an external music database and could be inaccurate. We don't control the information found here.


    Label - Ex Records