Running After Deer

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Running After Deer
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Studio album by Alix Lambert and Travis Dickerson
Released August 15, 2008
Length 41:47
Label TDRS Music
Producer Travis Dickerson

Running After Deer is the first album by filmmaker Alix Lambert and producer Travis Dickerson.
It was released in mid August 2008, and was conceived by Lambert with music provided by Dickerson. The album also features the collaborations of Buckethead on guitar, D.J Bonebrake on drums, Paul Eckman on bass and Travis Dickerson on keyboards and theremin. The album also features audio samples from Samuel Stuart, courtesy of an interview conducted by Alix Lambert.

A clip of the song "The African Toy" can be found on Travis Dickerson's website.[1]

On August 1, Travis Dickerson announced the track listing of the album on the forum of the record label website.[2]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Becoming a Race Horse"   1:26
2. "The Liberian Boxing Team"   4:25
3. "What in the Fuck?"   3:02
4. "Pregnant Men in America"   7:47
5. "Jockey"   10:30
6. "The African Toy"   4:38
7. "It Make No Goddamn Sense"   4:56
8. "Maybe It's Because You're an Asshole"   1:37
9. "Below the Belt"   1:24
10. "I'm Tired"   2:00

Credits[edit]

  • Alix Lambert - Samples
  • Travis Dickerson - Keyboards, Theremin and Producer
  • Buckethead - Guitars
  • D.J Bonebrake - Drums
  • Paul Eckman - Bass
  • Samuel Stuart

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Running After Deer
  2. ^ Travis Dickerson Recording Studios Forum - New CD