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from LIFE LIKE LIQUID (Soundtrack - Disc 2) by LPSS

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Imagine having a crystal fixed into the tip of your favourite surfboard & you get the wave of your life.. 8ft reeling Snapper/Kirra, Pipeline, Uluwatu style right or left (what ever takes your fancy) & you get so deep you almost think that the foam ball will eat you alive.. but instead you lock into position aim for the opening & get teleported to another dimension.

"I had one really trippy experience in Bali one time surfing Uluwatu back in the 80's. I took on this wave & there was a whole crew out in front of me, kind of in the way a bit. I had to go out & around them to get into the tube & as I went around them I snuck under the lip. Then I was like oh no.. i'm way to far back in the tube. I'm looking out of this tube, looking down the line & can see guys paddling up the shoulder on the other end of it & then this really bazaar thing happened.. one second I was where & then the next second over there like there was no in between those spaces.. It was probably a distance of about 10-15ft. I had no recollection of traveling from that one space to the next space. Then, as I was paddling back out I passed this guy & he said.. I was watching you in this tube.. I looked at you & you were miles back in this tube & then the next second you were there. He saw what I had experienced . What ever that was it was pretty trippy (Laughs). " - Jim Banks..

Crystal Voyager

This track is also another dedication to George Greenough & the move the 'Crystal Voyager'. A classic film all surfers should have in there collection.

Crystal Voyager is a 1973 surf film directed by David Elfick. It was filmed, written and narrated by surfer, photographer and filmmaker George Greenough who had previously made the 1970 surfing film 'The Innermost Limits Of Pure Fun'.

The film is structured as a loose biography of Greenough and was shot largely in California. It documents Greenough’s search for uncrowded waves, which led to the construction of his 37-foot ocean-going yacht. It also feature Greenough's surfing friends, Californian Richie West and Australian world champion Nat Young.

The closing sequence, Greenough's short film Echoes, is generally considered to be the highlight of the film. Filmed with a camera in a waterproof housing strapped to Greenough’s back, the sequence is composed entirely of slow-motion footage shot inside the curl of waves, edited to the 23-minute song "Echoes" by Pink Floyd. The group reportedly allowed Elfick and Greenough to use the music in their film in exchange for the use of Greenough's footage as a visual background when they performed "Echoes" in concert.

Terepai Richmond : Drums
Oj Newcomb : Electric Bass
Shannon Sol Carroll : Guitar & Vocoder Synth.
Dave Rastovich : Crystal Bowls
James Cox : Congas & Percussion
Chris Lane : Bamboo Flute


from LIFE LIKE LIQUID (Soundtrack - Disc 2), released November 1, 2006


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