Wednesday, December 26, 2007


Busy days people. Busy days. Sorry for the lack of quality postage but sometimes family, friends, food and fun come first. Wait, was that a McDonalds slogan?

Lets get back in the swing of things with Smiles. It's a little hard to figure these guys out. Two singles, both italo medleys from 1983, made with a different cast of players each time. Except for the mixer, Francesco Vaccari (producer of Mac Jr's Elephant Song). He mixes both singles. So it's the mixers project? That's so weird. Has that ever happened before (or after)? Not the producer, the writer but the mixer. Huh.

Apparently N. 1, 4/ Magnetic Dance is a cover of krautrock band P'cock's N. 1,4 (produced by Klaus Schulze!). I say apparently because I have yet to hear P'cock. I can't find it anywhere. Hint hint people.

Smiles- N.1,4/ Magnetic Dance

However, I know quite well that this is a medley of the theme of The Warriors, and John Carpenter's Attack from New York and The End from Assault on Precinct 13. Awesome spacey stuff.

Smiles- Pendulum (Space Version)

I know that you look at other blogs. It's okay. I'm comfortable with that. Well, Feldercarp cleanup is finished for the moment and Zartek has finally posted some new old music after a hiatus of (too) many light years. Scoop it up at the Awesome Hall of Fame.

1 comment:

John Zahl said...

Pendulum Space Version...ruling my morning! Awesome track!