Michael Ormiston - Voice, Morin Khuur, Flutes, Jaw Harps, Bowls, Shawm, Electronics
Jeff Higley - Tibetan Singing Bowls, Cymbal, Jaw Harps, Flutes, Voice
Simon Desorgher - Ethnic and Modern Flutes
Lawrence Casserley - Signal Processing Instrument, Percussion, Monoharps, Voice, Mozeño
1 Angelic Weaponry M/J/S/L 25-02 2 Four Mountains M/S/L 5-44 3 Hippogriff M/L 6-38 4 Heaven's Wind J/S/L 7-34 5 Installing Ley Lines M/J/S/L 19-03
1 Angelic Weaponry
2 Four Mountains
4 Heaven's Wind
5 Installing Ley Lines
Somewhere in the deep past there were four creatures:
One was a calf, perhaps a Yak calf, with a voice of wondrous harmonics.
Another was an eagle, soaring above the mountains raising great bowls to heaven.
The third was a man, who forged the wind of heaven into the weapons of angels.
Finally there was a lion, who transformed the sounds of the others into his roar.
Together they were HyperYak - the voice, the mountains, the roar of heaven.
Their time machine landed in a suburban street;
they set up their cones and drills and began installing ley lines.