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Signs Of Life

Label: Howlin' Werewolf Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Los Retablos; Füsun; Stone Cold Killah; House On The Corner; Olive, Butterfly And Stork; (Feel Like I'm) Chained To A Rock; Caribou; What's Your Favourite Planet?' My Dreams Are All In Black And White.

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Zoöphyte: Signs Of Life

Read "Signs Of Life" reviewed by Ian Patterson


A zoophyte is the ancient Greek term for an invertebrate animal resembling a plant. So, an odd name for a band, perhaps. Mythical zoophytes, like the plant that grew sheep as its fruit, were commonplace in Medieval herbals—tomes describing the culinary, toxic, hallucinatory, aromatic, and magical qualities of plants. These were, in less scientific times, attempts ...

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Signs Of Life

Label: Strand Records
Released: 2000

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Signs of Life

Label:
Released: 1999

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Jeff Ciampa: Signs of Life

Read "Signs of Life" reviewed by Dave Hughes


On his new CD, guitarist Jeff Ciampo exhibits not onlySigns of Life, but also signs of creativity, fluid and expressive playing, and excellent compositional skills. While at first listen, the music has much the same sonic ambiance of many other contemporary guitar combo releases (guitar, keyboards, bass, drums, plus occasional sax), it soon becomes ...

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Signs Of Life

Label: Atlantic Records
Released: 1994

Album

Signs Of Life

Label: FMP
Released: 1991


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