Lost Property

by A.C. Unit

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Jump Monk 06:14
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Soaked 07:03
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“A.C. Unit unites guitarist/banjoist Benjamin Lee, tenor
saxophonist Jonathan Moritz, and drummer Mike pride in
a tangled web of intuitive improvisation.” – Time Out,
NY

"Lost Property is musically accomplished... developing a standout presence while maintaining the discipline of quality playing is a challenge for any group, but A.C. Unit has all the essentials to make it happen sooner rather than later." - Mark Sabbatini, All About Jazz

"Difficult pieces are difficult to record, and A.C. Unit is to be commended for what has been put down here, perhaps they will be come to be seen as definitive versions of these musicians' early writings." - Eugene Chadbourne, All Music Guide

“An interesting unit that flirts with rock and folk
forms while likely to take detours into open, free
improv areas.....overall, the trio plows a furrow once
inhabited by groups like Human Feel and
Babkas.....pleasant and occasionally provocative.” –
Jason Bivins, Cadence

credits

released November 1, 2003

A.C Unit-
Benjamin Lee AKA Baby Copperhead- guitar/electronics
Jonathan Moritz- tenor saxophone
Mike Pride- drums/percussion

recorded and mixed by Justin Colletti, November 2003
cover artwork by Brian Zegeer

Radie's World, Nude Dancer's Subway Suicide, and Don't Worry, Baby, I'll Get You Some Food composed by Benjamin Lee

42 Bars Dedicated to David A. Pride composed by Mike Pride

Soaked composed by Jonathan Moritz

Jump Monk composed by Charles Mingus

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Baby Copperhead New York, New York

New York City-based performer, Baby Copperhead, is a banjo player & guitarist, and alchemist in electronics & oddball circuitry. WNYC calls him “the banjo visionary".

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