W.O.O. Revelator - The Theory of Reversed Effort mp3 downloadPerformer: W.O.O. Revelator
Title: The Theory of Reversed Effort
Style: Free Improvisation
Location: Wombat Studios, Brooklyn, NY
Released: January 2, 2001
Date of recording: November, 1999
Size MP3 version: 1854 mb
Size FLAC version: 1164 mb
Size WMA version: 1198 mb
Format: AIFF WAV AHX DXD MMF MP4
Genre: Pop Rock
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Revelator: Bonnie Kane - sax, flute, efx; Chris Forsyth - electric guitar; Ray Sage - drums. Actively played/performed from 1998 - 2002. Part of Bonnie Kane's 20+ year project of . Both Bonnie and Chris continued playing in other projects, have current (2012) projects, and can be found all over the net. Ray became a blueberry farmer. Archival site is below. The Theory of Reversed Effort.
Lately, I have been thinking about The Law of Reversed Effort. Simply put, the harder we work at something the less effective we are. A great example of this is the insomniac. Sleep is an entirely subconscious process, and ‘willing’ yourself to or ‘trying’ to sleep has exactly the opposite effect. The more you think about sleeping and tell yourself to ‘get’ to sleep, the more awake you become.
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The band received two ARIA Award nominations; both for ARIA Award for Best Blues and Roots Album, in 2001 and 2003. The album peaked at number 3 on the ARIA charts and was nominated for five ARIA Awards at the ARIA Music Awards of 1989. Camilleri, Black and Creighton created "The Delta Revelators", a side project of the Black Sorrows in the late 1980s to play gigs and relax after more serious studio work. The response from Melbourne audiences led them to regular sessions at ID's (now The Continental) and the Botanical Hotel which in turn led to fans requesting an album. The band recorded Amazing stories – a collection of roots based covers in 1991
Time (The Revelator) wavers from heartbroken lament ("Revelator," "Everything Is Free") to Southern nostalgia ("I Want to Sing that Rock n' Roll," "Red Clay Halo") but not once does it stray from Welch's reflective, reserved storyteller's demeanor. The vocals and lyrics alike are open and vulnerable. More than simply an expression of her music, Time (The Revelator) is a glimpse into the artist's personality. Those without the heritage need to work to attain their destiny
|1||Complex Organisms||W.O.O. Revelator||10:06|
|2||The Unending Force||W.O.O. Revelator||1:29|
|3||More One Way Than the Other||W.O.O. Revelator||17:18|
|4||Windmills in Space||W.O.O. Revelator||3:17|
|5||Global Communicator||W.O.O. Revelator||10:55|
CreditsChris Forsyth - Guitar (Electric)
Bonnie Kane - Electronics, Flute, Graphic Design, Leader, Paintings, Saxophone
Ray Sage - Drums, Percussion
W.O.O. Revelator - Primary Artist