Recorded as a knee jerk reaction the the musing of Evan Evans and his incorrigible ego rage. Dark Spots of the Sun, was recorded over a two year period in the manse studio of Doctor Zinc.
Lac Balaton - Wanton use of the C7 chord. A rousting flambe of rock themed pulsations, some after-burned white noise folded into the sheets of a four minute jam with some vintage 1980's synths. When the music is over, turn the lights out and scream into the fake microphone.
the Third Carmichael: For all you math geeks out there. Major use of the ebow followed by a fade in worthy of Tim Gresnik and his Polish Tuba flushing. Two different keys of music spurned unto the Salton sea of progress.
Sum of Four Oceans: a Pat Metheny Style descending Major/Minor piece of fluff. Plastic helmet notwithstanding, the carpet beggars freak out solo includes a heady quote from the Apollo days.
Saddest of the Black Days: First song of this project. Recorded in a bus on a lake. frozen into substance of abusive perimeters. Ebows doubled and panned for full effect.
Dark Spots of the Sun: Another 'of the' songs. Made in homage to the interlocking guitar playing of the Balkan States. Catch the sun train west, little doggies!
Finger Spot Nine: recorded in two session with a full synth battalion and helmeted wearing rubber soul convicts. If you listen closely to the end you will hear w man called Wayne...
Paintings of Martha: The first song done for this project. Played in 7/8 time with a hint of smug chilies.
Incubator Phase: Rhodes awash up into a dipped gravy of smooth Fender posturings. Elevated levels of hypnotic crushing.
Shepherd of the Moon: Another 'of the' of the songs. Slight twist on the third song on this CD with a high reverent spot trick played out in the third quarter.
Blue Sky Panic: A guy in a room with a guitar, bass and drum set. Freak out with a slight moving of the two guitar tracks to create a fake chorus sound.
Thumbnail Image: A plane lands in a jungle far away. Coolnees weeps out of your speakers. For the jet set crownd at Starbucks.
Oblique: When I sing flat, When I sing flat, When I sing flat, When I sing flat....