Buck Fever

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Buck Fever
Studio album by Estradasphere
Released 2002
Genre Experimental music
Length 72:24
Label Mimicry Records
Producer Tim Smolens
Estradasphere chronology
The Silent Elk of Yesterday
(2001)
Buck Fever
(2002)
Quadropus
(2003)

Buck Fever was the second full length album released by Estradasphere. Notable assistance on the album comes from Trey Spruance, of Mr. Bungle and Secret Chiefs 3 fame.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Buck Fever" – 5:45
  2. "The Dapper Bandits" – 8:03
  3. "The Silent Elk Of Yesterday" – 6:17
  4. "Crag Lake" – 0:48
  5. "Meteorite Showers" – 8:14
  6. "The Bounty Hunter" – 6:17
  7. "Super Buck II" – 2:35
  8. "Millennium Child" – 8:16
  9. "Trampoline Klan" – 2:02
  10. "Burnt Corpse" – 0:14
  11. "Rise N' Shine (Epic Doobie Nightmare #"1)" – 2:27
  12. "Bride Of The Buck" – 1:39
  13. "A Very Intense Battle" – 8:40
  14. "Green Hill" – 1:25
  15. "Feed Yo Mama's Meter (Remix 2001)" – 4:15
  16. "What Deers May Come" – 5:28

Album credits[edit]

The Band ("The Big Game Hunters")[edit]

  • Timb Harris – solo violin, violin sections, solo and section trumpets, mandolin, euphonium, keyboards.
  • David Murray – drums, didjeridu, percussion, (djembe, shaker, tambourine, timpani, roto toms, dombek, orchestral percussion), new age keyboards.
  • Jason Schimmel – acoustic and electric guitars, baritone guitar, sitar guitar, banjo, lapsteel, keyboard (organs, piano, glockenspiel, toy piano, choir, chimes, electric pino, clav)
  • Tim Smolens – upright bass, hollowbody and electric bass, bowed bass sections, keyboard (synth bass, handclaps, organs, timpani, gong, strings, sound fx, samples, choir, new age sounds, etc.) synth programming, techno loops.
  • John Whooley – tenor, alto, baritone and soprano saxophones, flute, vocals, throat singing, percussion (congas, clave, guiro, shaker, tambourine, woodblock, cowbell), accordion, piano, cp-70, electric piano, clav

Personnel ("Seasonal Hunters")[edit]

  • Producer: Tim Smolens
  • Recording Engineer: Tim Smolens
  • Recording Engineer (drums): Justin Phelps, Trey Spruance
  • Mastered: Thom Canova with Tim & Timb at Found Sound, San Francisco, California
  • Art direction: Butt Bud & Mari Kono
  • Graphic Artist: Mari Kono
  • Head Goon: Tim
  • Photographs: Mari Kono
  • Goon Squad: Timb, Jay

Dedication[edit]

Buck Fever was created in memory of Smith Dobson.