International Noise Conspiracy
just to name a few
An album of silly slightly explicit songs about current events and strange topics, but what happens about halfway thru the album?? Does the creative boat start steering in another direction? Only to wind up back at a song about the Blair Witch?
A fun 33 minute listen, and my latest album. Currently recording a "sister" album which will be called "POINT TO THE EXPLICIT," to be released in late June 2009.
**ADDITIONAL NOTE ADDED 2/12/10 - "Explicitly To The Point" has beem selling good at a local smoke shop here in Palm Springs. Consequently, the CD version is almost out of print. I will be releasing "Explicitly To The Point - The Deluxe Version" this month which will feature a newly expanded version of the album including quite a few previously unreleased tracks from those recording sessions. The new edition will also be available here as a download.
|Revolution Reggae Chant (The Complete 24 Track Mix)||7:10||Clean|
Essentially an instrumental album comprised of various beats and patterns, sampling, and a few other surprises, this album showcases my background music creatations. Highly recommended for all music supervisors!
My 2nd CD, this album features the dynamite and often performed Revolution Reggae Chant, Dethrone The Champ, which was written on demand for a sports documentary, and the anti-Bush song "2009" which not only appeared on several official anti-Bush websites at the time, but was a controversial concert highlight when I would hold up a 8x11 picture of GW and mock him while I sang the explicitly hateful bridge, lol. Ahhhh, the good old days!
2007 was a very musically productive year for me as it saw me release 3 albums and do various shows in Palm Springs, Los Angeles, and parts of San Diego County. This album, One Foot In The Public Domain was the first album of that year and the third in my string of 13 albums from 2005 to 2010. It is very much like the black sheep in the catalog. The concept behind this album was to not write any words of my own but rather find poetry that I could legally use to write music to, hence the name of the album and it's subtitle "classic poetry twisted". The poetry I settled on was from the late 1800's and early 1900's and the music is a combination of what I would call techno and alternative. The 7 selections are all very diverse, and I kept things very simple for this record, using a Roland MC-909 to lay down all the beats, patterns and drums, and I played guitar, bass, a Yamaha Digital Grand piano, and added some synths here and there with the Roland. Wah-Wah and some other simple guitar effects were used. I have always loved this album and it stands the test of time with me as I still enjoy it and hope you do too! It's a short album of 7 songs that runs about 30 mins. Enjoy!
|The Night Has A Thousand Eyes||3:01||Clean|
With a neck so long you'd have to hear his song, you'd have to stay around all day long, he begins his tune just before noon, and sings way beyond the full moon, he thinks and drinks the sun and sky and watchs us from way up high, by the willow tree, my tall majestic giraffe, standing astounding in the Tall Green Grass.
|On Screen Love Scene||8:05||Clean|