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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.

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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

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Reverend Screaming Fingers Joshua Tree, California

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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