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Published on Oct 12, 2010
Played on my most recognizable Didjeridu, The Leg, Tjilpi is something of a signature piece for me, with it's original improvised version recorded for my very first "Didge" album, the band being Lights in a Fat City and the album, "Somewhere"in 1987. By the time of this particular rendition live at the Starwood Festival in Upstate New York a few years ago, Tjilpi had been in more or less the same arrangement as the original, but with a more driving groove for quite a number of years. This version is certainly the most jam band version of Tjilpi on tape ANYWHERE. In a one off performance with this particular line up - Peter Valsamis (of latter day Trance Mission) on Drums, Geoffrey Gordon (of Beasts of Paradise AND NOW, Baraka Moon) on Hand Drums, Rufus Cappadocia (Stellamara, Bethany and Rufus) on Cello, and Stephen Kent on Didge. This version rocks out. Still the same piece though.