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A Natural History of Lemurs

by Plum Sutra

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The Quarry 08:40
The quarry's heavy dense with dirt sticks and cones scattered on the earth ferocious pipes and cement blocks the quarry's heavy with the rock. Thunderclouds drownin' in the sky a Little Laugh, a little sigh pine trees swayin' in the drizzle this breeze is blowin drippy riddles and with the lightning comes the flame depleted earth burned to life again and through the billowing smoke the sun rises red as rose a hot reminder of fortune's woes champion through this stony briar to reach the beach this river's higher champion through this thorny briar to reach the beach this river's higher.
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Appalachia 07:13
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about

The lemur is a fascinating prosimian monkey that exists solely in Madagascar. 160 million years ago Eastern Africa and Madagascar
began to split apart. Lemurs suddenly appeared in the Madagascan fossil record, some fully evolved, around 50 million years ago,
at a time when they were already alive on the mainland (soon to be wiped out by competitive species). On the island, without any
dominant predators, they conquered every niche of the island, evolving into over 80 fantastic species, ranging from sloth and nocturnal dwarf
lemurs to ones the size of an orangutan. Yet the question remains - how did they get there? The most accepted theory is that their
small size allowed them to float there on tangled vegetation or fallen logs; quite certainly one of the more epic joy rides in
evolutionary history. The song is a detailed account of their story, and has been our band's theme since 2010.

credits

released July 16, 2011

Seth Kinzie - Piano, Mandolin, Xylophone, Vocals
Connor Wade - Violin, Mandolin, Trumpet, Vocals, Whistling
Linton Wright - Drums, Djembe

Guests -
Anna M. Hoone: Vocals (tracks 5 7 8)
Cameron Edens: Upright Bass (tracks 1 2 7 8)
Xander Whistler: Electric Guitar (track 2)
Steve Kinzie: Banjo (track 8)

Recorded, Mixed, & Mastered by Josh Mathys at Train Whistle Test Records, Portland, OR

Recorded entirely on 8-track Atari Tape

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Plum Sutra Portland, Oregon

Plum Sutra evolved out of a Zen meditation friendship in Portland, 2008. Seth Kinzie (Piano) and Linton (Drums) collaborated to unfold rich instrumentals of a surreal, cinematic nature. Connor Wade (Violin, Mandolin, Trumpet) joined them shortly thereafter. ... more

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