EXPATRIATES is a concept album and Patsy Moore's fourth solo project, which made the Top 10 of multiple "Best of 2011 Music" lists.
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released March 15, 2011
executive produced by Patsy Moore, Mar,
Andrea Castro-Sutherland and Charles Brewer
composed, arranged, produced and engineered by
Patsy Moore (except where otherwise noted)
recorded at Studio Babaloo - NoHo (except where otherwise noted)
mastered by Dave Laney at Channel Fuse Media,
artwork and layout by Brian Parker - ParkerDesigns.com
FEATURED GUESTS (in order of appearance):
Eddie del Barrio: piano (recorded at Eddie’s studio, Topanga, California)
Christina Burbano-Jeffrey: violins and viola (recorded at JimJeffreyMusic.com
Studio, Los Angeles, California)
Les King: bass (recorded at Kronos Recording, Burbank, California)
Toshi Yanagi: guitar (recorded at 8th Noise Studio, Studio City, California)
Katisse Buckingham: saxophone (recorded at Katisse’s home, Los Angeles, California)
Lauren Wood: backing vocals
Efrem Daniel: backing vocals (recorded at HB Studios, Creedmoor, North Carolina)
Ken Daniel: backing vocals (recorded at HB Studios, Creedmoor, North Carolina)
Chris McCray: backing vocals (recorded at HB Studios, Creedmoor, North Carolina)
Brig Feltus: backing vocals
Aubrey Bouskill: backing vocals
Javier Otero: guitar (recorded at AcrobaticMusic, Catalonia, Spain)
Laurie Webb: backing vocals (recorded by Geoff Koval at Wilderside Studios, Nashville, Tennessee)
Charles Mims: piano (recorded at Charphelia Recording, Los Angeles, California)
Nayanna Holley: backing vocals
Christopher Spinks: backing vocals
El Coro Hispáno de la Cabaña del Amor: Alyssa Flores, Frankie Flores, Patty Flores, Angel Gonzalez, Blanca Gonzalez, Jerry Gonzalez III, Caroline Linares, Maria del Mar de Lemus Hobbs, Alex Ortiz, and Benito Ramos
Puccini, Giacomo. La Bohème. Music box recording, 2007. MP3. Creative Commons License: Public Domain.
Immigration (An Instructional Film). Encyclopædia Britannica Films, Inc. in collaboration with Henry S. Commager, Ph.D. (Columbia University), 1946. Film. Creative Commons License: Public Domain.
“Field Holler”. The Sounds of Slavery. Perf. Franklin, T. David. RCA, c. 1930. CD. Creative Commons License: Public Domain.
“Waiting for Icarus”. Perf. Muriel Rukeyser. MP3. Creative Commons License: Public Domain.
“To Tango Tou Thanatou” (“The Death Tango”). Perf. Mandalou, Nick. Ethnographic field recording by Bob Cook, August 28, 1939. Florida Folklore Recording Expedition/Florida Folklife from the WPA Collections 1937-1942. 78 RPM. Public Domain. Library of Congress - AFS 3541B:4. Library of Congress Digital ID: afcflwpa 3541b4
“Tango Gitano” (“Gypsy Tango”). Perf. Maria Gracia. Ethnographic field recording by Sidney Robertson Cowell, January 18, 1939 (for Northern California Work Projects Administration). 78 RPM. Public Domain. Library of Congress - AFC 1940/001: AFS 3845 B2. Library of Congress Digital ID: afccc a3845b2.
Kevin McLeod. “Tango de Manzana”. MP3. Creative Commons License: Attribution 3.0 Unported.
Patsy wishes to recognize Andrea Castro-Sutherland, Charlie Brewer, Pam Mark Hall, Brig Feltus, Tim Dillinger, Stefan van Zwam, DeRon Talley, Eddy J. Free, Mihail Glotov, Brian Parker, Jeremy Childs, Matt Spire, Bjørn Lynne, Mark Allen, Sharal Churchill and Laura Hallenberger for their assistance, as well as all who pre-ordered and donated to EXPATRIATES, thereby making its creation, completion and first run possible. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.
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