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Stick Men - Deep (2013) [CD + DVD9 A/V NTSC]
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Stick Men - Deep (2013) [CD + DVD9 A/V NTSC] {Deluxe Book Special Edition}

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© 2013 7D Media / Stick Men Records | STM 9867D
Rock / Prog Rock / Avant-Garde

Limited edition (only 300 copies made!) Deluxe 32-page linen-bound book with personal
photos and notes by the band. Stick Men (Tony Levin of King Crimson,
Peter Gabriel; Pat Mastelotto of King Crimson, XTC, Mr. Mister; Markus
Reuter of Tuner, Centrozoon) present their new Special Edition CD/DVD
release of Deep. The bonus DVD includes a wonderful 5.1 DTS mix of the
entire album and hi-res versions of the stereo mix. All of this
uncompressed at the highest fidelity. Also included is a 65 minute
documentary and concert film A Little Deeper. Also included are two
alternative versions of Crack in the Sky in both Italian and Spanish and
a postcard signed by Tony Levin, Pat Mastelotto, and Markus Reuter.

You might have expected, upon hearing that the Stick Men’s forthcoming project would be
on a theme of whale watching, that there would follow these cerulean
moments of oceanic calm. Instead, Deep hurtles out with a tensile force.

“Nude Ascending the Staircase” finds long-time leader Tony Levin
brilliantly intertwining on the Chapman stick with touch guitarist
Markus Reuter, even as Levin’s fellow King Crimson bandmate Pat
Mastelotto creates a thunderous cadence on the drums. Deep, due for
release on February 19, 2013, via 7D Media/Stick Men Records, more often
than not continues on in this way — telling a largely unspoken
narrative of discovery, but with little of the ambient ebb and flow its
subject matter might suggest.

“On/Off” is similarly edgy, unfolding with a coiled danger, whereas
“Cusp” bangs with a rhythmic tension. “Hide the Trees” finds the Stick
Men pulling apart an anthematic tune, then carefully reassembling the
parts. It’s not until “Crack in the Sky” that Deep initially descends
into darker waters. Levin offers a whispered lyric on this ruminative
piece, adding to its echoing mystery.

“Horatio,” however, follows with a muscular riff and a stamping beat,
building into a funky grind. “Concussion” then builds upon that sense of
clanging portent — charging toward a chest-bursting zenith, animating
the very sound of fear — before gathering itself for a soaring ride
across an icy skyscape.

Similarly episodic, “Sepia” begins with an encircled riff before
settling into a twilit poignancy, like the heart-rending cries of the
album’s long-sought-after whale. Finally, in the concluding moments of
“Sepia,” Mastelotto catches a layered groove, and Levin and Reuter
emerge — returning to the opening lines with a newfound sense of
propulsive imagination.

Finally, there’s the complex and startling “Whale Watch,” the song which
perhaps most completely captures the wonder, mystery and underlying
fear that these great beasts engender. As the tune builds toward a
gear-grinding crescendo, this broad range of emotions is explored
through a series of stunning, interlocking instrumental segments — loud
and then soft, brightly lit and then in lengthy shadow.

It must be very much like watching a glass-smooth expanse of sea water
transformed from its quiet placidity into a roiling explosion of sight
and sound as a whale suddenly ascends toward the sky. As odd as it once
might have sounded, this album’s thrilling, and very considered
cacophony ends up making complete sense.

Tony Levin: Chapman Stick and voice
Pat Mastelotto: acoustic drums, electronic drums, percussion
Markus Reuter: 8- and 10-string Touch Guitars, live electronics


01 - Nude Ascending Staircase
02 - On Off
03 - Cusp
04 - Hide the Trees
05 - Crack in the Sky
06 - Horatio
07 - Concussion
08 - Sepia
09 - Whale Watch

Uncompressed 5.1 DTS surround and 96khz/24bit stereo mixes
"A Little Deeper" documentary / concert film by Jack Casadone
Spanish & Italian versions of "Crack in the Sky"

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