Surrounding the Dragon

by Silent Isle

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"Surrounding the Dragon" refers to a needling technique used in Chinese acupuncture to address a variety of musculoskeletal conditions, including curbing the spread of heat from the varicella virus (shingles) as it unfurls outward from the spine.

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released November 10, 2015

Music and recordings wholly created by Anastasia Clarke, Brooklyn, Fall—Winter 2014

Instruments used include voice, Yamaha PSS-460, Korg MicroKorg, Korg Monotribe, and Skychord Utopia Synth

Front cover photograph by Kate Henderson
Back cover photograph (comes with digital download/viewable in single-track view) by Chris Penalosa
Layout by Anastasia Clarke

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Track Name: Spun Out On Arrivals
(distant voices)

no time for confusion -

are you?

bent on arrival,

new name,

departing -

are you?
Track Name: Feeling The Skin
we can talk about
you and i,
explain,
that's not a way to,
icouldnothearaboveyounow
that i don't even recognize
that i
could talk to her

i remember
finding out

feeling the skin
feeling the skin
feeling of a new one
feeling the skin
feeling the skin of a new one

never another one
never another one again!

feeling the skin!

feeling the skin

feeling the skin!

feeling the skin of a new one
Track Name: Bubble Up
(unintelligible)

i invited confrontation by my nature
like free love on a lathe chair

and loving the rapture of extremes
i scale

and loving the rapture of extremes
i scale the continua

(at simul...)

simultaneous speeds, uh!

simultaneous speeds, uh!

i want things to bubble up to the surface like that
i want things to bubble up to the surface like that


(at simul...)

i want things to bubble up to the surface like that
i want things to bubble up to the surface like that

(at simul...)