SEEKINGVocalist, Lead Guitar.
Enjoy writing, recording, producing music and a maybe a couple of live performances per year. A lifetime of playing keys. I have done over 100 professional gigs playing in working bands. Classically trained on piano and organ, but rock is my primary style.
Can handle some electric guitar and bass, but no vocals.
Looking for a new project, writing and recording; not interested in playing gigs right now.
reach me at: denormalizer at ya who dot Kom
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- Member since:
- Mar 04 2012
- Active within 1 month
- Level of commitment:
- Years playing music:
- Gigs played:
- Over 100
- Tend to practice:
- More than 3 times per week
- Most available:
Pink Floyd, Alan Parsons, David Bowie, Genesis, The Doors, The Beatles, Styx, ELO, Boston, Yes, Led Zeppelin, The Cars, Collective Soul, Queen, Santana, America, Cream, Deep Purple, CSNY, Jimi Hendrix, Joe Cocker, The Who, Rolling Stones, Black Sabbath, The Hollies, Jethro Tull, Todd Rundgren, Donovan.
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Roland and Nord keyboards, Mackie Mixer/PA, Schecter and Fender guitars, Fender and NS Design bass, Mesa Boogie amp, Yamaha e-drums, Logic Pro 9.
Dear Prudence ft. Sarah Jane (Beatles Cover)
Dear Prudence ft. Sarah Jane (Beatles Cover)Vocals by Sarah Jane. Arrangement and accompaniment by Denormalizer.
Won't Get Better Than This
Won't Get Better Than ThisGuitar is Schecter C-1+ w/ Seymour Duncan '59 humbucker in neck; JB in bridge. Don't matter what you do or how many days go by. Don't matter who you're with or where you gig at. It won't get better than this. It just don't get better than this.
Drive@1:54 - Musically stopped at a traffic light with signal on, then accelerate and drive Walk away, walk away to the street. Find the keys, unlock the door empty car, empty seat. Sat alone, sat awhile before I drove, to the pacific coast highway. Accelerate, decelerate the signal clicks, the engine idle. ...and then I drive. The fog, the beach, reminded me empty feeling, empty seat. Gonna say, I'm sorry gonna head back soon gonna buy the stone gonna rent the room gonna play with fate gonna be there soon. after the drive, after the drive.
Bad KarmaHere's my stab at some lyrics. -- Intro: until bar 12 --verse 1 starts with do’s Just walking away from this situation again, is that wrong? been here before don’t like the answer or hanging 'round while it goes on -- Instrumental Bridge: 8 bars from 21-28 -- next verse starts with piano solved the problem so what -- its what you wanted and I-- think its better now but again shit goes on you watch it happen and don't even look away then I think you just don’t get it how many times will it take. -- Chorus: starts at bar 40 it goes on it goes on and on can't you feel it, can't you stop it when it goes around don’t let it come around on and on and on -- at bar 48 bad karma... bad, bad karma again and again and again bad karma... bad bad karma it's up to you, I'm scared for you -- at bar 56 what goes around the circle-- eventually your fate, your future, you -- at bar 60 it comes around don’t want it to-- come around hurt goes round and round, too -- ending bad karma... bad, bad karma what goes around, comes around (repeat for the rest of the song)
Brain PoliceOriginal by Jeff Bechter (guitar & vocals) and Norm Vilmer (keys, bass & percussion) recorded in 1986 inspired by the brain police prank phone call recorded around the same time on a JVC cassette deck, overdub achieved by desoldering the erase head. Guitar is '76 Fender Strat played thru Fender amp of the same era. Keyboard is an 1984 Akai AX-80 and a small Casio was used for bass and rhythm. Mic was a Realistic (Radio Shack) Super Cardioid Dynamic, lol.
Spocks BrainInspired by the Star Trek Episode with the same name. The voice in the intro is from the TV show. Rhythm is Nord Lead 2x "dancing filters"; EP starts at 0:28, original jazz melody; variation on old Star Trek Theme on organ starts at 1:15; squishy synth at 1:39.