Sinai 48

Sinai 48

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Sinai 48 is an American band formed in 2006 consisting of Alex Helene (vocals), Ananiah McCarrell (guitars and synthesizers), Gary "Hoppy" Hodges (drums and percussion), and Tom Moncrieff (bass and digital editing). The latter two were formerly members of the band Buckingham Nicks with Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks. Sinai 48 is the first reunion of the other band members since Buckingham and Nicks joined Fleetwood Mac.The band is named after Costco's brand of Kosher Polish Hotdogs, as three of the four band members are Jewish.


Sinai 48, like US electronic indie pop outfit The Postal Service, did not traditionally record live performances together in the studio while creating their upcoming album; instead, they produced and arranged the album via the internet and the United States Postal Service by transferring pieces composed by McCarrell back and forth for each other to build upon, with written arrangement directions. Grammy Hall of Fame and Album of the Century award recipient Charles Chalmers was the overseeing producer of the album during its initial phases. In July 2007, Bassist Tom Moncrieff and his partner Annie McLoone took over some production duties. Other notable musicians contributing to the album include Charles Chalmers' fellow backup singers, Donna and Sandra Rhodes, who joined him as the group "Rhodes, Chalmers, and Rhodes." The bassist of Percy Sledge, Gerry Riddle, also appears on two of the tracks. The album was...
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