Buck Fever

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Buck Fever
Buck Fever cover art.jpg
Studio album by
Released2002
GenreExperimental music
Length72:24
LabelWeb of Mimicry
ProducerTim 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" (Cover of Super Mario Bros. 2 ground theme)– 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 Your 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]

Dedication[edit]

Buck Fever was created in memory of Smith Dobson.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Estradasphere - Buck Fever (CD, Album)". discogs.com. Retrieved 27 October 2017.