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Come On Over Whitey

Contact Zone

Country Dancer

Crevice Invasion

Date With Destiny

Deniability

Dust Demon

Eohippus

Fish in the River

Go to Them

Great Wall of China

Hand Over Hand

Helicopter

Lalaila

Long Way Home

Love Chant

Mail Order Seahorses

Meteorite

Moses of Indiana

Motet 5

Moundbuilding

Nightcrawling

Open House

Pakala

Plains of Abraham

Plateau

Poetry in Motion

Precious Time

Ratpenis

The Rifted Valley

Seven Continents

The Sheep

Story of My Life

Tailspin

Tiare's Theme

Tomorrow Night

Too Close

What Time Is

Wireless

Yellow Mud

You Come From the Lake

3.1 & 2.4

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Composed and arranged by Max for the album Take Me Up, based on a 1981 session in the Terra Incognita loft in which Max played saxophone, Mark Twohy played electric fiddle, and either Scott Rankin or Clara Lusardi played drums.

"During that freezing winter in San Francisco, with no heat in the loft, we raged through the nights, making music and art as if our lives depended on it. Like many of our Terra Incognita sessions, the original recording sampled street sounds from our position above a busy commercial street, the fiddle sounded like car horns, and I imagined it as a soundtrack for a 1950s scene in a Latin city."

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