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CrossFire Steel Orchestra - Leh Go - Basement Yard Recordings 2013

CrossFire Steel Orchestra performs “Leh Go” as Basement Recordings captures their performance - as part of the NY PanYard Recording series two days before the annual New York Panorama steel orchestra competition. The arranger is Kendall Williams. Their instruments are tuned by Roland Harrigin. And their captain is Arielle Chase.

The Basement yard recordings are made with the purpose of allowing the listener to hear and feel the power of the New York steel orchestras, along with the sonic clarity, musical sophistication and the rhythmic complexity and genius of the all percussive engine room. CrossFire Steel Orchestra took the stage at the competition with at least 60 players.

The recordings were done using Basement's distinct in-house "box and one" technique.

CrossFire has equally established itself as one of the staples of the New York steel orchestra franchises. Young, progressive and talented, CrossFire continues to produce music that has grabbed the attention and respect of the music community. East Flatbush has been the home of Crossfire Steel Orchestra since its inception in 2003.

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Comment by Kendall Williams on September 18, 2013 at 11:30pm
Grateful for the effort put out by each and every person who participated with the band. Your presence was greatly appreciated. Looking forward to another opportunity to arrange.

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