“There is a vitality…that is translated through you into action, and because there is only one of you in all time, this expression is unique. And if you block it, it will never exist through any other medium and it will die.” – Martha Graham
Billy Hulting – vibes and mallet instruments, African, Brasillian, Cuban, Indian, Middle Eastern and Ambient percussion, keyboards
Dino Soldo – tenor and soprano saxophones, harmonica, clarinet, Ydaki, Melodica, keyboards on Harold The Worm
Craig Sharmat – guitars, guitar synth
Bob Mair – basses
Dave Karasony – drums
Strings on Nothing Is Sacred and On My Return
Jean Sudbury, Harry Scorzo – violins
Novi Novag – viola
Stefanie Fife – cello
Hand Claps on First Ascent and Native Girls
Gary Gardner, Mike Faue, Kalani, Dino, Billy
You can read the L.A. Jazz Scene Review of the live band.
Okay – if you really want to know all the instruments I played on the CD – here’s the list:
vibes, MIDI vibes, marimba, glass xylophone, xylophone, KAT MIDI Mallet Instrument, congas, bata, jembe, ambient percussion, shekere, timbales, shaker, whistles, bowed temple bowls, bowed cymbal, tabla, talking drum, tamborine, frame drums, wind gong, joun-jouns, udu drum, cajones, pandeiro, suspended cymbal, electronic percussion [egg shaker, reco-reco], and sleigh bells
…be the Hundredth Monkey.