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I was honored to have the band Fasba Fpel invite me out of the blue to come and record an album with them. This band is remarkable in one way: they record an album every week. They featured me as the bass player, and a little sitar at the end, on their 32nd album. This was one of the oddest musical experiences of my career. When I showed up, they asked me if I minded having my face painted. I consented. Their artist did my face up like a Day of the Dead skeleton. The band turned on several psychedelic lights and mirrors. They told me not to play too “groovy,” that they prefered to take a more avant garde approach to their music. They hit the record button and off we went. We jammed for 40 minutes straight. They mastered the album and released it as Book XXXII: …of Perception.

You can listen to it in its entirety by clicking on the embedded link. If you would like to help Fasba Fpel out by making a donation to their efforts, you should do so by visiting their bandcamp site at this link:

Craig Nybo
Craig Nybo

Craig Nybo writes novels, screenplays, and short stories. He also composes and records music. Craig lives in Kaysville, Utah with his lovely wife and children.

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    1 Response to "A Psychedelic, Musical Experiment"

    • Fasba Fpel

      Thank you so much for the great mention, Craig! And even more for honoring us with your presence. It was totally awesome to jam with you, hope we do it again some day!

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