From my first album "No More Mayonnaise". Love is one of the easiest words to find in lyrics on old records of all sorts of genres - let's try and remember that because World War 3 is next. If you don't believe me count'em!
Roy "Chicky" Arad featuring
Vocals, Words and Music: Roy Chicky
Arad. Guitars, Producing, Arrangements, playing
all the instruments: The guitar legend Salomon
King (Shlomo Mizrahi). Mooshonic Bass: Or Shemesh.
Back Vocals: Daniela Zamir. Recorded @ King
A track from Archbishop Jason Polland's
band The Nourishment.
Eddie The Rat
From the never-to-be-released Eddie
the Rat record: "Just Another Spin-Cycle
In The Black Hole of Spirituality." "Satori"
= in Zen thought, the representation of present
moment. "Kumquat" = Cantonese word
for "come in."
Malarian agents lost in a swamp of
desire - file under Beguine power. Recorded
live at 'Batschkapp', Frankfurt a.M./D, 14.09.85.
Romulus Coeurque (James Dean Brown): rhythms,
rhythm operation, TB-303, synth, treatments.
Porn Flake (Victor Sol): MC-202, samples, treatments,
stage mix. Sielwolf: syncussion, el percussion.
Niko Heyduck: recording engineer. Processed
by Pink Elln, 16.02.93.
Scored in MIDI for the Turtle Beach Pinnacle
soundcard in 1998/1999, revised and completed
in 2004 for the Comfort Stand birthday CD.
Magnus plays the Magnus electric chord
organ in May of 2002.
All music and some words by Pee-Bug.
Some random samples included as well.
Featuring all the kids of The Geert
to be released this fall.
Recorded in 1991 but still very erm...
Flavia & The Motonets
Gastòn Caba: Voice, Guitar,
Loops, Melodies & Lyrics. Nicolás
Cohen: Loops, Orchestra, Recording, Edition.
R. Stevie Moore
Recorded on July 26 2004. From the
album "Far Out" released in September
Chielie is singing. Others are playing
the music, which was created from samples of
the following tracks : Jimmy McGriff "Ain't
it funky now ?", Tavares "More than
a woman", Jesse Green "Nice and slow",
David Porter's introduction to the Wattstax
festival, Curtis Mayfield in his oversampled
'Superfly' OST, and Stretch with the track "Why
did you do it".
Produced & performed by LR @ Fudgeland
Studios, October 2004. This is the first song
written for The 80's Project, an experiment
in which I try to write and sound like bands
from the 80s that have distinctive styles -
Duran Duran, U2, Yello, Rick Astley, etc. I
plan to write and record 10 songs. The finished
product will hopefully resemble a K-Tel compilation
with each song sounding completely different
from another. "The Comfort Zone" was
an attempt at a boy-band cheesy ballad, along
the lines of Tommy Page, New Kids On The Block,
circa 1988-1989. Hopefully this explains the
dull drum machine, the ghost of the DX-7 and
the trite lyrics. I even tried to sing higher,
way out of my normal range only to discover
that I cannot sing like a girl. But it was fun