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magic berries

These pieces are all jam takes, those magic moments when everything came together AND the tape was running, hence the collection is named "Magic Berries". The primary common thread is that I was involved as a performer or engineer or both. All except for Big Names were recorded at my home using the equipment currently for sale.

 

Madison Ave – Part 1 (1994): mp3 >>

This one, and its Part 2 at the end, was the only jam where I had to mike the room rather than run everything through the board, as I did in Woodland Hills. The guys here in Seattle wanted more control. Presented a challenge, since it took place in my new den, but I think it came out OK:


Lead Guitar Glenn Lynski
Bass David Shierman
Background Synths Alan Loucks and brother
Electronic Drums Reek Havok
Engineer David Warman

 

Big Names (1993): mp3 >>

This jam took place at my colleague's home in Redondo beach using his studio (which just happenned to contain my Monopoly, on load). Several industry friends showed up and we just jammed. I like this piece because it shows off the great bass sounds the Monopoly can do.

Lead Guitar Mark Lacas
Lead Synth Lee Carreras
Bass Synth David Warman
Synths Jeff Rona
Electronic Drums Reek Havok
Engineer David Warman

 

Sykes Rocks (1987): mp3 >>

My engineer friend Jim Cone had done a lot of work with a band named Fat Cat. Their lead guitarist was Jim Sykes, who was excellent, but unfortunately passed away shortly after this jam.

Lead Guitar Jim Sykes
2nd Lead Guitar Frank Yanno
Bass David Duran
Synths Gene Stopp
Electronic Drums (HR 16) Mark McWhirter
Engineer Jim Cone

 

Tsunami (1988): mp3 >>

Just a jam, but features the most killer sample of a Saxaphone on my Roland S-550. Through some wierd magic, the blend of this, through a Roland DEP-5 effectgs unit, and played on my Yamaha KX 5, just plain works. I'm sure the ribbon controller on the KX 5 has something to do with it. Not so much in this piece, but I have even managed to get lip sounds out of it.

Lead Synth (S 550 Sax) David Warman
Bass (MKS 50) Mark McWhirter
Synths Gene Stopp
Electronic Drums (HR 16) Mark Lacas
Engineer Jim Cone

 

OB 8 Lead (1988): mp3

Another jam. Gene got to let it all hang out on his analog collection, especially his OB 8.

Lead Synth (S 550 Sax) Gene Stopp
Bass (MKS 50) David Warman
Electronic Drums (HR 16) Mark McWhirter
Engineer Jim Cone, David Warman

 

Orbiting Gene (1988): mp3 >>

Yet Another jam (tm). Gene got to let it all hang out on his analog collection, this time including his Mellotron collection.

Lead Synth (S 550 Sax) Gene Stopp
Bass (MKS 50) David Warman
Electronic Drums (HR 16) Mark McWhirter
Engineer Jim Cone, David Warman

 

Dave's Not Here (1988): mp3 >>

This time I was just let loose on the Sax patch (again) and the rest followed. I started out on the Fender American Strat Plus I have, then switched to the KX 5.

Lead Synth (S 550 Sax) David Warman
Bass (MKS 50) Gene Stopp
Electronic Drums (HR 16) Mark McWhirter
Engineer Jim Cone, David Warman

 

Madison Ave Part 2 (1994): mp3 >>

The second part.

Lead Guitar Glenn Lynski
Bass David Shierman
Background Synths Alan Loucks and brother
Electronic Drums Reek Havok
Engineer David Warman






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