sure do wish Jason George http://www.last.fm/music/Jason+George , J Jarret Lofstead http://www.last.fm/music/J+Jarret+lofstead , (et al?), might upload the title “Blacktop” which is a lyrical version of an instrumental tune, might find 'round here, attributed to this artist Jeff Sabarese http://www.last.fm/music/Jeff+Sabarese , as “Ode to …”, where Jason George is featured on recorder (Eg. the instrument, archaic flute-like, typically wooden, /Recorder/), playing oddly dissonant; harmonic melody of... i forget... perhaps the theme to /Kung-Fu/, or... man, i'm lost on that really. Perhaps J George, or others will provide clarification of that concern. Be well, friends. Foes, get thee upon my toes: begin w/ the suckling.
PLEASE NOTE: ALL ARE (or should be) FREE D/L, so -- please-- first, DOWNLOAD! Then you can listen on your preferred setup. I mean, if /it were i/ I would never prefer listening to MUSIC through some FlashPlayer BS, via the "Web Browser". Don't you want to enjoy it, through your own media player, w/ your EQ n FX setup, as you wish? Then, just Download them all, and stick it in your own media library, under "Jeff Sabarese"
“sOna+[US]” - ‘Wake Up’ -- that track kicks some serious f'n as, man. If you're going to sample one, speaking as one of the musicians-- not on behalf of the band-- but, just my opinion, had we put in enough time, touring, being poor, etc, i might not be so fucking bitter right now.. i think the phone will reach that far, man. just try it. if it does, it does. if not, so be it. at ls Where am i? Who aare you:fhhi take that little monkey an he's just caugt uu[k . 256 + 256, hexadecimal in between Sony? You me our od my WAY, takij War flllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll
On second thought (RE embarrassment remark, below), dig the latest update to the catalogue, here. A "best of" sort of compilation album, where Sabarese is featured in each of the /Various Artists/ tracks, download “The Previous Life…”, a 19-track snapshot of recordings featuring Jeff Sabarese, from the 1997 - 2005 era.