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C.I.A (Call It Anything)

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About C.I.A (Call It Anything)
Genres:
Instrumental Exploration
Band Members:
The Usuals:, Ron Jarshal- Keyboards, and FX, James Bonomo- Drums, and Dubs, Black Cat Sylvester- Turntables, Adam Bonomo- Loops, and FX, Lucas Ketner- Percussion, Mikie Martel- Rhodes,Trumpet, and FX, Joe D. Douglas- Saxophone,Flute, and FX, David A. Guy- Fender Bass, Kindred Spirits:, Oscar Utterstrom- Trombone, and FX, Scott Hall- Guitar, Frank Reynolds- Bass, Richie Fingers- Guitar, and FX, Dan Emery- Bass, and Cookies, Lyndsay Pruett- Violin, Paul Horten- Melodica, Rhodes, P Buck- Bass, Greg Bryant- Bass, Charlie Raugh- Guitar, Chris Raugh- Bass, Jerry Navarro- Bass, Farts, and Meows, Bob Bowers- Saxophone, Russel Wright- Bass, Sam Farkas- Guitar, Drew Wilson- Bass, and Style
Hometown:
Nashville, TN

It all began with a marvelous lab accident in 2004. A group of rogue Nashville scientists were attempting to isolate the active ingredient in Mile Davis’ late electric pe...
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About C.I.A (Call It Anything)
Genres:
Instrumental Exploration
Band Members:
The Usuals:, Ron Jarshal- Keyboards, and FX, James Bonomo- Drums, and Dubs, Black Cat Sylvester- Turntables, Adam Bonomo- Loops, and FX, Lucas Ketner- Percussion, Mikie Martel- Rhodes,Trumpet, and FX, Joe D. Douglas- Saxophone,Flute, and FX, David A. Guy- Fender Bass, Kindred Spirits:, Oscar Utterstrom- Trombone, and FX, Scott Hall- Guitar, Frank Reynolds- Bass, Richie Fingers- Guitar, and FX, Dan Emery- Bass, and Cookies, Lyndsay Pruett- Violin, Paul Horten- Melodica, Rhodes, P Buck- Bass, Greg Bryant- Bass, Charlie Raugh- Guitar, Chris Raugh- Bass, Jerry Navarro- Bass, Farts, and Meows, Bob Bowers- Saxophone, Russel Wright- Bass, Sam Farkas- Guitar, Drew Wilson- Bass, and Style
Hometown:
Nashville, TN

It all began with a marvelous lab accident in 2004. A group of rogue Nashville scientists were attempting to isolate the active ingredient in Mile Davis’ late electric pe...
Read More