The Feast of Saturnalia

by Daniel Crommie

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It's only proper after recently attending the Camlann Medieval Fair in Carnation that I come back and find a review CD of similar overtones. Northwest artist Daniel Crommie's niche combines medieval instruments (flutes, hand drums, dulcimers) on "The Stags Dance" and more recent Jethro Tull influences on "TerminUs" and "Calm that Stills the Water". He combines it all in a new-age synthesizer feel on "Ripples on the Pond". This is pretty relaxing and inclusive, a melting pot of new-age spice and folksy medieval flair, thrown in with a pinch of Jethro Tull.

Review by Mike Savola, The Rocket.

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released July 28, 1995

Daniel Crommie: vocals, synthesizers, percussion, flutes, electric dulcimer, recorders, buche, balalaika, mellotron, whistles, cornamuse and harmonica.

Bruce Gelman: hand drums and magic bean shaker.
Michael Maldonado: tenor saxophone on "Too Much Truth".
Janie Mitchell: vocals on "Eve of Saturnalia".

Produced and engineered by Daniel Crommie. Post-production and mastering by Jamie Haggerty at Nightwings studio. Recorded between October 1993 and April 1995 at The Living Room. Cover design by Neil McKamey and Daniel Crommie. Photography by Michael Renfrow.

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Daniel Crommie Portland, Oregon

Daniel Crommie is a songwriter, multi-instrumentalist (mandolins, buche, balalaika, recorders, flutes, synthesizers, etc.) and producer (Janie Mitchell, Kaitlyn ni Donovan, Lew Jones, Karen Searcy) who has released over two dozen solo albums, numerous albums with Group Du Jour, four with Echo System and five with Saturnalia Trio over the last 25 years on the New Weave label. ... more

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