In 2012, I released a Funk and Afrobeat-inspired EP called Bare Hands which was both a step backward and a giant leap forward for me creatively. Recorded and mixed in less than a week using cheap mics, 4-track cassette recorder, and vintage analog technology, it was a "back-to-basics" approach that was an instant favorite with some people, including me.
I always said I would do another one just like it when the time was right.
That time is now.
Just like the original, this is as raw as it gets...No editing. Warts and all. 4-track tape goodness. $20 worth of microphones.
Until we meet again, my friends...Enjoy the grooves!
DETAILS FOR GEEKNERDS:
Rhodes Suitcase 73 electric piano.
Kimball Swinger 770 organ.
Korg ARP Odyssey analog synthesizer.
DeArmond S73 guitar.
Peavey Raptor guitar with EMG pickups.
Yamaha BB450 bass.
Gretsch and Rogers drums, Zildjian, Paiste and Agazarian cymbals.
Electro-Harmonix Small Stone phaser, MXR Phase 90 (script logo), Mu-Tron Phasor, Crybaby 535Q Wah-wah, MXR Dyna Comp, Xotic BB Preamp, Catalinbread Belle Epoch, Strymon El Capistan.
National GA920P, Roland JC-120.
Recorded and mixed on a Yamaha MT100 4-track cassette recorder. Mastered in Apple Logic Pro 9.
released May 2, 2016
All songs composed, performed, recorded, mixed, and mastered by Moot Booxlé some week in early 2016 at Moot Booxlé Studios A and B.
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