Bounces (Glam Rock Hammond Galore Demo Tape)
The time that I have put into this remix is just OCD squared!
a0d of the Subversive Elements felt like starting a new remix. He sugested Bounces by Fred Gray. Excelent idea coz I've always loved that tune. But when I asked him for a style he answered:
Prog Rock!, as he's been going through a Prog Rock period lately.
Dude, you seriously overestimate my guitar capabilities and my Prog Rock knowledge. But no guts, no glory. I agreed on a try-out. One thing led to another and in the end it became more of a Glam Rock track. But it sounded great nevertheless.
I don't know why but there is something about overdriven Hammond organs screeching through mid-range microphones. It kinda hurts my ears, but it hurts so good! So I've put not one but two of them in there. And I may have pushed them a bit but since this track was all about pushing things to the limit anyway, I felt that I have earned it to grant myself this sweet bit of torture.
Also cramming the small club house stage are a Steinway Upright piano, glockenspiel, Fender bass, three guitars and one mad drummer.
Oh, and if ppl are confused: The intro, indeed, is Shadowfire.
But never mind that; Did anybody spot James Brown? If you did, don't tell anyone where. Keep 'em guessing. ;)
Arranged by: Erwin (Tron) Beekveld
Prog Rock advisor: Anton (a0d) van Deurzen
Whooping girlfriend: Jackles
Record button reminder: Edwin (Beast) van Deurzen
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