Yolla Bolly Wilderness

by Max Stoffregen

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This album is a collection of two compositions of mine, one composition by Ryan Brown for solo piano (played by myself), and some instrumental versions of songs by Odessa Chen that I arranged for an EP we recorded together with the Invisible Stories Ensemble, called "The Act of Loving You". I hope you enjoy!

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released January 30, 2012

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DoubleTake is:

Natasha Makhijani – violin
Shaina Evoniuk – violin

The Invisible Stories Ensemble are:

Calisa Hildebrand – flute (on “Spring Comes on”)
Emily Packard, Natasha Makhijani – violin
Ivo Bokulic – viola
Shaina Evoniuk – viola (on “The Act of Loving You”)
Adaiha MacAdam-Somer – cello
Jon Russell, Jeff Anderle – bass clarinet
Jordan Glenn – vibes + percussion
(on “The Act of Loving You”, “Our Hearts’, Boom Boom”)
Andy Meyerson – vibes
(on “Spring Comes on”, “Objects May Be Closer”)
Max Stoffregen – piano

Everyday Endgame performers:

Natasha Makhijani, Mac Kim - violins
Alexa Beattie - viola
Adaiha MacAdam-Somer - cello
Zach Taylor - contrabass
Michael Williams - flute
Ivor Holloway - alto sax
Jeff Anderle - bass clarinet
Bill Wolter - electric guitar
Max Stoffregen - piano
Brian Dowdy - conductor

Ceramics was written by Ryan Brown who is an amazing composer.

Mason Lindahl - electric guitar (on La Magie Noire)
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Ceramics and Everyday Endgame recorded and mixed by Laura Dean at Tiny Telephone, SF, CA

Our Hearts' Boom Boom, The Act of Loving You, Spring Comes On, and Objects May Be Closer recorded and mixed by Jay Pellicci at Tiny Telephone, SF, CA
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special thanks:

Odessa Chen, Jamie Riotto, Jason Slota, Ian Bjornstad, Mason Lindahl, DoubleTake violins, Jay and Ian Pellicci, and John Vanderslice.

...to everyone who played on this album - thank you so much, I am forever in your debt!
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album cover photograph - Larry Lamsa

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Max Stoffregen California

Max Stoffregen is a composer and keyboard player. From soft-synths to contrabass clarinets, he's written himself into as many interesting situations as he can manage.

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