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Cult of the Body w/Kevlar


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 Genre: Lo-fi

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Back around 1982 Kevlar (JOAN) and Bud got together on Sunday afternoons to play and record at Bud's apartment in the East Village. Each Sunday a different song. This is the first recorded song. Lyrics, vocals, guitar - Kevlar. Machines - Bud.
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Uploaded: Sep 16, 2006 - 09:38:15 PM
Last Updated: Jun 11, 2007 - 05:03:42 PM Last Played: Jan 10, 2017 - 11:26:38 PM
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Hardware:
Tascam 244 - 4 track cassette recorder
Fender Mustang Guitar
Roland TR808 Drum Machine
Sequential Circuits Pro-One Synth
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JOAN said 3989 days ago (September 17th, 2006)
hellloooooooo
kitty
Check out my latest song called snotty featuring Moussaka Mary
bud said 3988 days ago (September 17th, 2006)
Hi
Is there a kitty in JOAN now? I can't keep track.
Check out my latest song called pjinky
said 3989 days ago (September 17th, 2006)
Taking the Wayback Machine to the Future
Very, very cool. I like the kraftwerk sound.
Have you digitized other sessions?
bud said 3989 days ago (September 17th, 2006)
The Vault...
...contains many treasures. Interesting you say Kraftwerk - it hadn't occured to
me - but I'm drawn to the simplicity of this one. Guess that was part of their
attraction. Got to admit I'm ambivalent about posting too much past work here -
feel like I've gotta create a new piece for every old one at least.
Check out my latest song called pjinky
moorlandt said 3989 days ago (September 17th, 2006)
that picture...
...that picture of a Tascam 244 brings out all kind of warm nostalgic feelings in me... Those were the days :-) The sound of this track is - of course - very eighties. Cool.

Walter
Check out my latest song called Free (remix)
bud said 3988 days ago (September 17th, 2006)
Thanks for tuning in...
Yes very eighties - the beginning of do-it-yourself music for the masses. Before
I got the Tascam I used to take two boomboxes into the bathroom and bounce
back and forth. Now that was lo-fi.
Check out my latest song called pjinky
five_extra_arms said 3798 days ago (March 26th, 2007)
Drum Machine Daze
This sounds like something from my vault as well. Maybe our vaults were next door to each other and a rat chewed a hole through the wall, I reached in and got bit, but still managed to pull out a song that i thought was mine by mistake. I'll search through my cassettes for the B-side of this tune of yours.

I like the drums and guitar parts best - the flanger is a nice reminder of 1986 for me when I bought my Tascam, Boss Dr Rythym and my first bass. Now your love of the Residents is apparent to me.

This sounds great on a loud stereo system, by the way.

I've downloading this.
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Name: Kevin Bud Jones
Location: Brooklyn NY USA
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Born in Philly and living in Brooklyn, NY. My home studio work predates digital and my gigging experience was mostly in the early eighties. Lately I play out from time to time with Airport Seven and try to keep up with what's going on around here. Th... [see more]

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Lo-fi ? from "Low Fidelity" ? describes a sound recording which contains accidental artifacts, like distortion, or environmental noise, or a recording which has a limited frequency response. This stands in contrast to high fidelity or "hi-fi". In dig

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