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about

the occurrence of slope
live at meguro persimmon hall tokyo february 29 2008
featuring tim elsenburg

lyrics

take them to the sleepyard
there are no returns, no exceptions
lay them in the sleepyard
sell a little payment protection

ease the apparatus
isolate a part that's defective
send them to the sleepyard
statutory rights aren't affected

you wanna join in
it's nothing less than you deserve
you've had enough now
you're gonna get what you deserve

wake up in the sleepyard
everybody knows what i'm after
everybody's watching
everybody's helpless with laughter

don't lie down - how am i going to follow?
(cant get away, got to get away)
don't lie down - how am i going to follow?

take me to the sleepyard
brush away the dirt from the blankets
find me in the sleepyard
somewhere underneath this atlantis

you wanna join in
it's nothing less than you deserve
you've had enough now
you're gonna get what you deserve

take them to the sleepyard

credits

from Slope (2013 Deluxe Triple Disc Edition), released February 27, 2018
composed by steve jansen & tim elsenburg

performers:
steve jansen (drums,keyboards, computer programming, strings arrangements)
keigo oyamada (guitars) by the courtesy
of warner music japan
masakatsu takagi (paino, keyboards) masahiko todo (1st violin)
mika naramura (2nd violin)
mikiyo kikuchi (viola)
seigen tokuzawa (cello, quartet leader, strings arrangements)

vocalists were featured at this concert in the form of pre-recorded back-projections created by Shoko Ise. the vocal soundtrack was therefore a playback sourced from the original album audio and to which the live band members were playing in sync. both live visuals and audio were being generated from the laptop operated by steve jansen onstage.
music produced by steve jansen

sound recording: kenji hayashi (edith grove) except & steve jansen
sound mixing: steve jansen at ‘the nest’, london.
re-mastered by steve jansen at ‘the nest’ london 2013
event produced by epiphany works
organized by motomu horiuchi & sari hayashiguchi (epiphany works)
supported by great britain sasakawa foundation, daiwa anglo-japanese foundation
production supported by promax, disk garage cooperated by edith grove, realtokyo, ryu,
p-vine records, virgin atlantic airways
stage manager: so ozaki
chief sound engineer: kenji hayashi (edith grove) monitor engineer: takuhiro yoshimura (edith grove) sound engineer: hideo shikichi
lighting designer: masayoshi takada (ryu)
lighting engineer: junya ogawa (ryu)
visual engineer: yoshihiro yoshida (edith grove) instrument tech: kiyoharu terada, takuya kumagai production assistant: kazetake kubo, makio izu (epiphany works), ikue horikoshi (epiphany works) production support: yoshiko amemiya
(promax), rie yokomichi (promax),
ayako eguchi (promax), kunio watanabe (disk
garage), toyomi nishi (disk garage)
project organized by sari hayashiguchi (epiphany works) a&r director: yoshiaki ando (p-vine records)
promotion: hajime morita (p-vine records), shinpei fukuzumi (p-vine records) international
affairs: kei matsuoka (p-vine records)
special thanks
kei kobayashi (edith grove), hideya seki (ryu), nobuo yamamura (roland), jerome marcus (sabian), matthew davidson (motu), yukihiro yoshida (hoshino gakki), mitsuaki odanaka (hoshino gakki), ,manabu yokota (korg), yasushi hayakawa (promax), seiichi inoue (warner music japan), richard chadwick & adrian molly opium [arts] ltd, tim elsenburg, anja garbarek, thomas feiner, david sylvian, joan wasser, nina kinert.

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