The Boy Beneath The Sea

by Dean Santomieri

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Steve Lake Very intriguing 'bedtime story'. It is a wonderful listen at night, very calming. No favorite track here, it's a whole not a part.
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1.
Chapter 1 09:23
2.
Chapter 2 05:11
3.
Chapter 3 01:09
4.
Chapter 4 02:31
5.
Chapter 5 08:29
6.
Chapter 6 02:30
7.
Chapter 7 01:58
8.
Chapter 8 09:14

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Boy Beneath the Sea is a special piece to me, and I was really glad that Dean agreed to put it out on The Foundry. I have heard it performed many times and participated in some of those performances myself, notably on our legendary East Coast tour in 2003. Sit down, relax, it's story-time. (Michael Bentley, October 2013).

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The Boy Beneath the Sea weaves together tidal music and spoken word to create an effecting 40 minute immersive environment. The story of a boy who leaves his home to live under the sea is unique and yet somehow familiar, like a book remembered from childhood. Dean Santomieri's narrative is evocative and personal, and the words are perfectly complimented by the musical contributions of Bruce Anderson, Karen Stackpole and David Kwan.

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released March 1, 2001

Story and voice by Dean Santomieri
Music by Bruce Anderson, David Kwan, and Karen Stackpole

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The Foundry Berkeley, California

The Foundry was begun, originally, as an outlet for Michael Bentley's chapbooks in the mid-80s. It grew to include audio releases in the mid-90s, and now serves as an umbrella for artistic ventures from Bentley and his collaborators.

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