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Three

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  • Record/Vinyl

    Limited Edition run of 500 vinyl includes a digital download card.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Three via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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  • Compact Disc (CD)

    Comes in a wallet-style case with a nice matte finish. This compact, durable package is printed on light-weight chipboard.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Three via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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  • Poster/Print

    This beauty is printed on heavy weight paper in a limited edition batch of 100. The posters are thematically based on the cover art from Bad Luck Three, but include an altogether different design concept.

    The poster is held inside a plastic cover with heavy car stock behind it--perfect for pinning to your wall.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Three via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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about

Bad Luck sculpted the music for THREE while touring and performing over the last couple of years. Many of the songs emerged during long stints on the road together. Holding steady to the artistic integrity of their previous records, Bad Luck (2009), Two (2011) and the Bloodroot EP (2012) Bad Luck performs music only possible with these two musicians in a room together. But THREE also marks a bit of an artistic departure. The album includes far more grooves and a more streamlined approach to their writing. Bad Luck is known for their high-energy shows, and THREE captures that spirit spot-on.

THREE was recorded live to tape and includes Bad Luck's first cover, a rendering of saxophonist Roscoe Mitchell's storied composition Nonaah.

credits

released September 28, 2014

Neil Welch, tenor saxophone, live electronics
Chris Icasiano, drums
Recorded by Trevor Spencer at The Unknown in Anacortes, WA.  Mixed by Trevor Spencer at Bayside Studios in Bellingham, WA.
Mastered for vinyl and digital by T.W. Walsh
Artwork by Andrew JS and Koji Minami

*"Nonaah" composed by Roscoe Mitchell (Art Ensemble of Chicago Publishing Co / ASCAP).  Used by permission.

Neil Welch published by Narmada Music./BMI

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