posted on Aug, 20 2012 @ 02:33 PM
Thank you all for being so kind. As for the video, it was made by a young German film director who works mainly in the horror genre, it was a case of
just letting them do their own thing. Personally, clowns give me the heebeegeebees and the screaming ad-dabs however not complaining as it does add a
rather "dark" vibe to it all.
As for my own band this is a link to Side 2 of the album we are working on at the moment. I say side 2 as it will be released, all being well on vinyl
as a double album and each side was written with that in mind. The best time per side for vinyl at 33 1/3rd RPM is 15 minutes before compression
artefacts set in. Sides 1 and 4 are more a "Rawk" based with Side 3 a homage to a 70s Alan Parson style sound. Side 2 is what one might call the
DoG's on, whibble set to stun mode, rooted as it is, in a Bill Nelson/Gong/Quantum Jump kinda sound.
Fashionable it most certainly ain't however, it was very much about recording an album that was true to the vast influences the band share as most of
us grew up in the 70s and early 80s. All the songs are my creations on this album and the credits are as follows.
TuBiLaH DoG... My Mum's Moroccan Side 2
Me; Vocals; Guitar; Synths:
Chris Beach; Lead Guitar:
Tim Kelsall; Bass Guitar:
Lament for the lady of the Tarn;
Me; Vocals; Synths:
Cyndee Lee Rule; Violin:
Pail Sampson; Glissando Guitar:
A Crinkling of Shrouds
Me; Vocals; Guitar; Bass Guitar:
Paul Sampson; Guitar; Bass Guitar:
"Modum" Jules; Vocals: