Pacwoman | Abracadabra

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Abracadabra

by Pacwoman

Seven new tracks and four remixes on this - sometimes - surreal computer-based album influenced by funk, jazz and dance featuring theatrical elements…
Genre: Electronic: Alternative Dance
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1. Pannonica (Spix mix)
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5:06 $1.25
2. Top-secret
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4:03 $1.25
3. Assholes stole our Frequency
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3:29 $1.25
4. Food From Heaven
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4:24 $1.25
5. Appetite (Hot Mix)
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4:12 $1.25
6. Spaceship (Trip mix)
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4:16 $1.25
7. Grace (Da Dance mix)
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3:49 $1.25
8. Abracadabra
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3:22 $1.25
9. Unarmed
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4:08 $1.25
10. Hustlers of Harmony
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4:21 $1.25
11. If You Can Dig It..
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4:03 $1.25
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A super album with seven new tracks and four remixes of which some are written in a song format like, for example the funk inspired ‘Food from heaven’ and the drum’n bass influenced ‘Abracadabra’ or the dance remix of ‘Grace’ in collaboration with Jeroen van Hoof.

Other tracks are beat orientated with often absurd, theatrical elements. Like Frank Zappa talking about ‘unusual synchronization’ on ‘The top secret’ and the ‘Mommy mommy I wanna see the space-ship’ dialogue on the re-mix of ‘Space ship’ or the portrayal of humanity as ‘desperate digits’ on ‘Hustlers of harmony’.
All songs came into existence either by accident or divine grace or a combination of both - the joy and terror of creation - and are arranged, produced and performed by the Pacwoman.

Have a listen to the ultimate funk bass of ‘If you can dig it’, featuring Janis Joplin’s voice or the dark trip-hop song ‘Un-armed’, boogie to the mellow jazz/dance-sound of ‘Pannonica’ or try deciphering the ‘sprech-gesang’ on ‘Assholes stole our frequency’ of which You tube comments make up the lyrics:
Where is the proof? Oh it must have been in the galactic federation ship that never showed up in October. I thought the real question was how the initial energy source formed in the first place. I always thought the absolute vacuum of empty space caused space to implode and fold over on itself.
Because even empty space has characteristics and properties, universal constant dark matter. This folding created a potential energy difference that was the original energy. Continuous foldings may have created other universes… and left us with garbage square waves at 90 mega hertz…
Assholes…

Abracadabra

I’ll take you with me babe
soon the walls will come down
If you say the magic phrase
like abracadabra,

Another world some day,
same time your place
or mine don’t be late..

Let’s break the rules babe
soon the walls will come down
If you say the magic phrase
like abracadabra..

Another world some day,
same time your place
or mine don’t be late..

I’ll take you with me babe


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