Tommy Gee | Dancer

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by Tommy Gee

Heavy synthesizer dominates this "Hard Rock Treat" about a lonley girl who escapes reality through dance.
Genre: Rock: Experimental Rock
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All in all, I’ve been in and out of bands for the better part of 25 years. I don’t have enough time or space here to even begin… to explain the insane fun I’ve had, but it was real. Or was it?

I’ve had the chance to play hundreds and hundreds of gigs. I’ve played with tons of musicians. I’ve played millions of songs…but the hardest part was sweeping up all those notes off the dance floor at the end of the night; and then, keeping track of em’ so you could use em’ again the next night!

Ok ! Enough is enough. My first love is guitar, heavy guitar. Nothing like the sound of a freight train pounding through your living room and it’s all coming out of a U.S.A. Jackson Soloist and a Marshall stack. Anyway, I’ve always been intrigued by the sounds of synthesizers, but never had the chance to really play one. I finally bought a Yamaha S03 and made the song you’re about to hear. All the music is done by myself (kind of a musical adventure). It involves guitar (of course), synthesizer, bass guitar, vocals, backing vocals and drums (actually, drum machine). I’ve never spent much time on the drums. (It turned out a little heavy…and Iove that...)

Enjoy, Tommy Gee


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