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Daevid Allen's final studio album out February 12

Purple Pyramid Records is putting out the final studio recordings made by music legend Daevid Allen before his death in 2015. The album Elevenses is credited to the Daevid Allen Weird Quartet, and features Don Falcone (Spirits Burning), Michael Clare (University of Errors), and drummers Trey Sabatelli (The Tubes) and Paul Sears (The Muffins).

by Jon Davis, Published 2016-02-11

Daevid Allen Weird Quartet - Elevenses coverFrom the press release:

Daevid Allen Weird Quartet “ELEVENSES” album is a mixture of styles of music found throughout his career, plus a few surprises: a blues song in 7/4, a catchy Irish-tinged folk song, ambient and explosive instrumentals, a post-punk rave-up with Daevid's final message on a record.

Needless to say, we're excited to hear this around the Exposé headquarters. Allen is a long-time favorite, and we miss his particular brand of musical madness very much.


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