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about

This was one of our protest music phases, we emphasized laments, lamentations, and lullabies, the album is an old name for a woman's period, or flow, or flux. Red was the operative theme color, and this is our most militant feminist album.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flux_(Caveman_Shoestore_album)

Production and design

Steven Birch – design
Nick Kellogg – engineering
Duncan Stanbury – mastering
Oliver Strauss – mastering
Marc Trunz – photography
Jimi Zhivago – production, mastering

credits

released January 1, 1995

Caveman Shoestore's 2nd album, a quintet with:
Fred Chalenor - Basses,
Amy de Vargas - Basses, Cello, and Voice,
Elaine di Falco - Keyboards, Hammond B3, and voice,
Henry Franzoni - Drums and Voice,
Jen Harrison - French Horn

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Caveman Shoestore - Hughscore Portland, Oregon

Elaine di Falco
Voice, Keys
Fred Chalenor
Bass
Henry Franzoni
Drums

Hughscore adds Hugh Hopper
Bass
Will Dowd or
Henry Franzoni or
Tucker Martine Drums
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Elliot Sharp
Michael Stirling
Jen Harrison
Amy deVargas
Craig Flory
Wayne Horvitz

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caveman_Shoestore

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fred_Chalenor
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Caveman_Shoestore_albums
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