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Seems Sometimes People Undergo Full Transformation

Artist: SS Puft
SS Puft - Seems Sometimes People Undergo Full Transformation CD
Label: Solponticello
Regular Price: $9.95
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Year: 2002
Format: CD

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Released a year after Live at Earthshaking Music, Seems Sometimes People Undergo Full Transformation introduces an expanded version of the SS Puft quartet, now a quintet, and offers two possible explanations about the group's name. One is the title itself, the other is printed on the back cover: "Simple Songs of Projective Unified Field Theory". The first album featured guest saxophonist Dave Rempis. This one introduces full-time member Mike Hough on the same instrument.

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Colin Bragg (guitar); Jeff Crouch (trumpet); Blake Helton (drums); Erik Hinds (H'arpeggione); Mike Hough (saxophone)
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