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Nice Afternoon in the Colony
  • Artist: Claude Cambed
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479321771
  • Item #: SRD932177
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 5/9/2006
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Nice Afternoon in the Colony on CD

4th album I made this one after having lost my second 'never born' baby (citomegalovirus victim).I felt very down and writing music helped me. I had not a proper band. Here and there some friends joined in and recorded their parts. I am first of all a singer, I always pretend to be also a guitarist and bass player,and I'm used to play piano and keyboards, but in this case I played a lot of drums too. And this is too much. Twisted rhythm, they say. It's really a single album. I think it's my best one. XTC, Led Zeppelin, Utopia, Beatles, Bowie, Beach Boys, Rolling Stones, Minus Five, Flaming Lips, Motorpsycho, Pink Floyd, Barrett; Metheny are the guides. Songs styles: 1) "Peace Today": (single remix) Lennon voice, XTC Mc Cartney chorus, Bowie "Fame" guitar/ bass. 2) "Loveen": XTC + Metheny Luciano Poli with jazzy trumpets. I love trumpets. 3) "Lost My baby Child (p. 1)": Syd Barrett and Pink F. dedicated to my daughter Giorgia who never came to life (Down syndrome: 'stopped' by the doctors) 4) "Wrong Address" p.1: Abbey Road Paul&John 5) "Sea Shell": acoustic guitars and voices (from Ami Lowell poem. Mixed by my old mate Pierangelo. 6) "Wrong Address p. 2": White Album Beatles - John & Paul. I love it. 7) "Afternoon in The Colony": Beach Boys meet the Beatles. Song against colonialism. 8) "Rock Oil men": Bowie plus Rolling Stones strong rock. Song against rock oil colonialism (again) 9) "Wrong Address p. 3": Beatles "You know my name" 10) "The Other Side Of Mars": Pink Floyd. Song against colonialism (again again) 11) "Apples": White Album 29th song. Dedicated to the Beatles. I did'nt know about the Badfinger one! 12) "Astard Heeby-Jeebies": Guitar Rock. Sex Pistols air. Song against kamikazes. 13) "Jesus Loves Everyone": plan old Rhythm &Blues. I wish some Christian church people sang it. 14) " Wrong Address p. 4": Beatles You know my name style. 15) "Lost my Baby Child (p. 2): David Gilmour and Lou Reed. Dedicated to my son Marco who never came to life (citomegalovirus)