Ether Dick is the debut album by Seattle experimental jazz artist Sax O’Clock.
The album was self-produced and hastily put together by the artist to sell at his one-man shows. All songs are available for download.
|1||Introducing Sax O’Clock||0:25|
|2||Alarm Clock||Sax O’Clock||1:00|
|3||Whispering Firestorm||John Tesh||3:13|
|4||The Door is Ajar||Sax O’Clock||2:02|
|5||Backing Up||Sax O’Clock||1:16|
|6||Fire Alarm||Sax O’Clock||4:40|
|7||Thank Yooouuu||Sax O’Clock||0:35|
The lead single Alarm Clock is a staple of Sax O’Clock shows and his most-downloaded track from the album. However, critics call it an “uninspired rip-off” of the alarm clock sounds of a bygone age. And yet, for that same reason, some refer to the single as “classic”.
The cover for the album is currently unknown.
Sax O’Clock is a one-man band and, therefore, the only person who worked on the album, performing all of the instruments (primarily saxophone) and doing all of the sound engineering and production.