This track was one of Stormy's Monday selections. It is currently unavailable, but will be part of his next bumper collection. His fourth year of treasures from the murky, cavernous DGM archives, torch in hand, fedora upon his head is now available for download.
Lovingly edited down from over 2 hours worth of DAT recordings, Mister Stormy presents yet another fascinating glimpse into the recording sessions of Thrak.
Adrian, Bill and Trey work on the feel and timing of a piece which never quite made it to fruition as part of the Crimson songbook. The guitar riff has echoes of Funky Jam (Fashionable) and more distantly The Howler, while Trey’s basslines are steeped in the line of notes that were first heard in Cirkus and would later be developed in Level Five.
Trey Gunn notes "We were at Real World recording Thrak. Not rehearsing or writing. Though, in the cracks of the recording process we kept writing and trying ideas. If the idea didn't go anywhere with the Crim-Monster it probably meant only three of the six found it relevant.
The bottom-line standard RF put forward for whether material was suitable was:
At a minimum 5 of the 6 had to be saying "YEAH", with one dissenter saying "Meh..." and not "Nay."
But not all the good ideas became manifest. Might need another 100 years to pull that off!"
|Disc Number 1
||Running Dat 18|| [PREVIEW]
All previews are MP3 192kbps
Audio Source: Running Dat
DGM Audio Quality Rating:
Average Customer Rating:
No ratings available
Not available for download
Submit a Review