Epigrammatic Anaphora

by Jefferson Colby

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The new electronic album from JC called, "Epigrammatic Anaphora:

ep·i·gram·mat·ic- a short, often satirical poem dealing concisely with a single subject and usually ending with a witty or ingenious turn of thought.

a·naph·o·ra- repetition of a word or words at the beginning of two or more successive verses, clauses, or sentences. Latin from Greek: repetition.



this album is best for situations when you can't get up to skip it and you are forced to listen to it in it's entirety.

Danno Mabe is making all of the sounds himself. He has really gotten into experimenting with drum machines, effects, and with editing music to create new and unique sounds. A lot of this music sounds like a film of a plastic cup melting

He recorded, mixed and produced this album entirely at his home by himself, he never had to leave his home to make any of this, or to sell it. He is literally doing everything.

If you have the energy to skip through a track please do, it is meant to make you feel like you are going crazy.



This album is the exact maximum length a CD can be, 1.2 hours.

Some of these songs were made for Dannos friends that do not play music, as a token to their good will towards him. A few of the titles came out of conversations with these people.

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released December 25, 2010

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