Big Sir (album)

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Big Sir
Big Sir - Big Sir album cover.png
Studio album by Big Sir
Released September 5, 2000
Genre Electronic / Jazz / Experimental
Length 31:51
Label Mootron Records
Big Sir chronology
Big Sir
(2000)
Now That's What I Call Big Sir
(2001)Now That's What I Call Big Sir2001

Big Sir is the first album by Big Sir, which is composed of bassist Juan Alderete and vocalist Lisa Papineau.

Track listing[edit]

All songs by Alderete, Papineau and Bouillet, except where indicated.

  1. "Speedy's Lament" (Speedy) - 1:25
  2. "Lisa's Theme" - 4:42
  3. "The Pistol Chasers" - 2:41
  4. "Nonstop Drummer" - 3:54
  5. "Sad Elephant" - 4:29
  6. "Fuzak" (Alderete, Papineau) - 3:23
  7. "Le Baron" - 4:03
  8. "Ruby Road" (Alderete, Papineau) - 3:13
  9. "G7 Intro" (not listed) - 0:12
  10. "G7" - 3:26
  11. "Speedy's Lament (Reprise)" (not listed) - 0:23

Personnel[edit]

Additional musicians[edit]

  • Speedy: Vocals on "Speedy's Lament"
  • Bruce Bouillet: Keys on "Lisa's Theme", "Sad Elephant" and "Le Baron"; backing vocals
  • Jennifer Weinberg, Todd O'Keefe, Justin Rocherolle: backing vocals
  • Michael Regilio: Guitar on "The Pistol Chasers"
  • Anu Kirk: Keys on "Nonstop Drummer" and "Fuzak"
  • Fred C.: Voice on "Sad Elephant"
  • Eric Mayron: Synth on "Sad Elephant" and "Le Baron"
  • Heather Lockie: Viola on "Fuzak"
  • Willis: Voice on "Le Baron"
  • Josh Hagen: Reverb guitar on "G7"

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