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This track was originally written around the time of the Reverend Screaming Fingers/Phantom Drummer 2001 US Tour and subsequently refined for use in The Overdub Club's film performance of 'Nightsoil' at the 2003 Sundance Film Festival.

It was written for a family relation, Caterina Pradolin, a sweet little girl with Down Syndrome who lived for nine years.


from Music for Driving and Film, vol. II, track released October 10, 2010
Reverend Screaming Fingers - guitar, bass
Suki O'Kane - vibraphone
Jenya Chernoff - drums

Recorded by John Finkbeiner at New Improved Studio
Aditional recording at Kingtone Studio
Mixed by Dan Rathbun at Polymorph Studio




Reverend Screaming Fingers

music from melodic to chaotic, rooted in primitive americana, punk rock and avant garde."Morricone composing surf music on Laudnum, performed at a secret opium den in the basement of CBGB’s"

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