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All music composed, performed, recorded, and programmed by Jake Rosenzweig (upright and electric basses, percussion, vocals, computer)
Mastered by Brian Havey
Photography by Max Rosenzweig
Sarah Manuwal - Art Supervision
Alex Wand - Executive Producer
Copyright ASCAP 2014

110% was largely written and recorded in January 2014 as part of songadayforamonth.com.

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released August 15, 2014

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Jacob Rosenzweig Los Angeles, California

Jacob Rosenzweig is a bassist / composer / improviser living in Los Angeles.

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Track Name: Bastard Because Immediately
Bastard because
What? What?

Smoking Italians
This! This!

Immediately
Track Name: A Story
My uncle took me to a hut big enough to fit only my body.
I lived there 27 days.
I did not eat. My uncle brought me some water.

One day, beings with the bodies of men and the heads of ravens came.
They brought me to their hut where both the sun and moon lived inside, shining.

They laid me down, removed my head, and set it aside.
I watched as they ate all organs, muscles, and flesh from my body until there was only a skeleton.
It took nine days.

Then they brought new organs, muscles, and flesh and attached them to me and I was naked.

A white reindeer with wings came into the hut.
She placed me on her back and flew to the top of a larch tree nine stories tall.

I laid under her in the nest,
She fed me milk from her udder for three years
Until I shrank to the size of thimble.
Track Name: Weeklong Breathing Exercise
Hello Friends,
Let's all sit, relax.
Close our eyes, be still.
We are about to engage in a weeklong breathing exercise:

Everyday for the next week,
sit,
as we are now
with eyes closed,
feeling relaxed
and take a deep breath with your mouth,
hold it for a second,
breathe out through your nose,
and as you breathe out, imagine the left half of your brain exiting your nose as grey smoke, leaving emptiness and disappearing into the air.
Take another deep breath in through the mouth,
Breathe it out through the nose again,
and Imagine the right half of your brain leaving your body as dark red smoke, and it too disappears from your headspace.
Now this next breath,
Breathe in with the nose,
Breathe in very deeply.
Hold it,
and release slowly, imagining the inside of your body, starting from the bottom of your feet up, exiting your body as purple smoke, until you're completely empty. First of bones, then muscle, and organs all disappear.
And now we are shells.

On day 1 -

Imagine a close friend.
Breathe in their body until it replaces the contents of yours.
Live in it for a little while, feel their bones and muscles and flesh and organs, and how they shape your skin.
Live with it for a moment.
Breathe it out.
Do the same with a teacher.
A co-worker
A parent

On day 2 -

A parent
Imagine your genes becoming theirs, instead of the other way around.
Imagine the knowledge of a teacher

On day 3 -

Imagine breathing in rocks
then air
light
fire
water
electricity

On day 4 -

A Hummingbird
A Rhinoceros
A Crocodile
A Jellyfish

On day 5 -

Brick
Plastic
Concrete
The insides of a cell phone
A computer

On day 6 -

A newborn
A dead person

On day 7 -

Someone you love
Someone you hate

Everyday -

After breathing everything else in and out,
Imagine breathing in a new set of organs and bones and muscle you've never seen before.
They become the insides of a new body.
Track Name: Words Rise Up
Words rise up,
Whats really in front of you.
Subject, object, relationship?
Are definitions triangulations?
Something to be climbed over?
Is this a hill or a mountain?