Brian Ritchie (born 21 November 1960) is the bass guitarist for the alternative rock band Violent Femmes. In addition to his bass playing, Ritchie is proficient at the shakuhachi, a Japanese bamboo flute In 1987, Ritchie released his first solo album, "The Blend. In 1989, he released his second solo album, "Sonic Temple & Court of Babylon
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Brian Ritchie (born 21 November 1960) is the bass guitarist for the alternative rock band Violent Femmes. In addition to his bass playing, Ritchie is proficient at the shakuhachi, a Japanese bamboo flute. He acquired a Jun Shihan (shakuhachi teaching license) in March 2003 from James Nyoraku Schlefer, and his professional name is "Tairaku" ("big music" in Japanese). In 1987, Ritchie released his first solo album, "The Blend. In 1989, he released his second solo album, "Sonic Temple & Court of Babylon . In 2007 Ritchie produced and toured with the Italian punk/folk band The Zen Circus, which subsequently changed its name to The Zen Circus and Brian Ritchie. The first international album of the band, Villa Inferno, was released in 2008 for the Italian record label Unhip Records.
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The Sonic Temple is a full-service recording studio in the heart of Halifax, Nova Scotia. Along with recording an 18 song album, they also had a live show on the upstairs record floor. Gathered in a Halifax recording studio over the weekend musicians recorded songs and poetry to raise awareness about ‘Afro-Métis’.
|A2||Sonic Temple & Court Of Babylon||2:33|
|A3||Why Did You Lie To Me?||2:42|
|A4||Sun Ra - Man From Outer Space||4:34|
|A6||Christian For One Day||1:49|
|B2||Mayerling (Let's Drink Some Wine)||3:21|
|B3||No Resistin' A Christian||2:03|
|B4||So It Goes||2:49|
|B5||Hasan I Sabbah||4:33|
- Artwork – 4TA
- Backing Vocals, Baritone Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Peter Balestrieri
- Drums, Congas, Marimba, Xylophone, Tambourine, Zither, Kalimba, Melodica, Accordion – Chris Loss
- Lead Vocals, Guitar, Bass, Conch, Jew's Harp, Recorder, Other [Sheisse 101], Ocarina, Zither, Kalimba – Brian Ritchie
- Mandolin, Flute, Harmonica, Clarinet, Sheng, Backing Vocals, Bass Flute – John Kruth
- Producer – Brian Ritchie, David Vartanian
- Recorded By, Mixed By, Co-producer – David Vartanian
- Tabla [Arabic], Temple Bells [Tibetan Bells & Bowl] – Abdulhameed Alwan
NotesRecorded and mixed at The Perversion Room, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
UPC: 0 18861-0202-1 1
|SST CD 202||Brian Ritchie||Sonic Temple & Court Of Babylon (CD, Album)||SST Records||SST CD 202||US||1988|
|SST 202||Brian Ritchie||Sonic Temple And Court Of Babylon (LP, Album, TP)||SST Records||SST 202||US||1988|
|SSTC 202||Brian Ritchie||Sonic Temple & Court Of Babylon (Cass, Album)||SST Records||SSTC 202||US||1988|