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A song about inner city neighborhoods. Reasons to stay, reasons to leave.

Music and instrumentation: Johnny Katchoolik. Lyrics and vocals: Richard Schletty, Jack Miller, Craig Bakay. Song art: Richard Schletty, adapted from "West Side Paintings" -- see http://www.schletty.com/westsideptgs_families.html . Larger version of song art here: http://www.schletty.com/music/Innercityhood01.jpg

Postludes Trio is an internet collaborative music project -- see www.macjams.com/artist/Postludes+Trio.

Snowdragon (Craig Bakay) listened to my first vocal run and told me I was over-singing it, that I should ease back and let the lyrics tell the story. So, I did just that, gravitating somewhere between matter-o-fact narration and florid sonority. Craig suggested that I switch "leave" and "live" in the last two lines....and gave a nice reason for doing so. The inevitable flight from Innercityhood instead became a decision to stay. Craig also added some vocal harmony.

Dadai (Jack Miller) not only contributed vocal harmonies in this latest mix, he did the original vocal sketch, singing the phrases and thought bites I had scratched out in a quick memo to him. I hadn't intended for them to be actual lyrics -- they were just a list of impressions... a "stream of feelings" based on my 2-hour walk through the Beltrami neighborhood of north Minneapolis last July with my wife (while the kids splashed in the Jim Lupient Waterpark in the old quarry site). Here is Jack's original soulful demo which became the basis for the song: http://www.schletty.com/music/Innercityhood_Jack_demo.mp3 . In his "lunch break special", Jack came up with a few choice phrasings and lyric additions that were carried through to the final song you hear here.

And Johnny... what can I say about Johnny? As someone says in the comments below, his music is a fantastic bedrock upon which to build lyrics. His instrumentation is vital, rich and well structured. I did not have to add any supplemental sounds to his soundbed -- all I did was splice it a bit to extend it from 3:05 to 4:52 in length.
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Lyrics
Innercityhood
Music ©2005 Johnny Katchoolik
Lyrics ©2005 Richard Schletty, Jack Miller, Craig Bakay

Delmonico's Italian Food Store on the corner.
Down the street, the old Greek church in the mist of dawn.
The old ball field where we played the game.
Where has everyone gone?

A few wannabe mansions going up over there.
New water park in the old quarry.
National Guard Recruitment Center: "volunteers wanted here"
Our children, our last chance for glory.

My ragged pockets, they are empty.
Dig down deep. Hey, whatcha got?
Don't wanna get caught in the crossfires of hate.
Time to cut loose, things gettin' hot.

Just tryin' to keep my scabs from bleedin'.
While the war still rages on.
The hammer, it just keeps on poundin'.
Oh, my God, what have you done?

So much that's good, so much that's real,
here in Innercityhood.
A trip to the corner store, a splash in the old wadin' pool,
a friendly hello from folks that are pretty good.

An old monument where I can cry,
A community garden where hope is sown.
Have you had a nice day? Have you kept your scabs from bleeding?
Not everyone has flown.

Dust of neglect and broken windows.
Tell me now, where's the pride?
Don't gimme no fancy answers.
The streets have nowhere I can hide.

Just tryin' to keep my scabs from bleedin'.
I can't afford to have no fun.
My rent's past due, can't pay my taxes.
Oh, man, what have you done?

My ragged pockets, they are empty.
Dig down deep. Hey, whatcha got?
Don't wanna get caught in the crossfires of hate.
Time to cut loose, things gettin' hot.

I'm talkin' 'bout my Innercityhood,
It's where I'd love not to die.
Some say that it's the place to leave.
I tell ya, it's the place I live!
Song Stats
Hits: 6668
Comments: 69
Fans: 11
Plays: 1136
Downloads: 202
Votes: 26
Uploaded: Dec 05, 2005 - 02:26:33 PM
Last Updated: Oct 04, 2006 - 07:39:03 AM Last Played: Jul 14, 2019 - 09:47:44 PM
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Hardware:
Katchoolik: Fender Telecaster, ibook, GB2, Zoom DR-8
Schletty: MXL 2001 mic, MBox, G4/500
Miller: a glass of red and a lunch break...
Bakay: Two tin cans and a string reaching from Ottawa to St. Paul
Software:
GarageBand 2 and Logic Express 7
Comments
Jim Bouchard said 5062 days ago (December 5th, 2005)
isn't that a quartet?
according to my calculations... but who's counting?

I live right in the city of Boston...interesting to be here, lots going on. It's the place to live!
Nice lead and harmony vocals! Very!
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said 5062 days ago (December 5th, 2005)
isn't that a quartet?
Thanks, Jim. I'm glad you like it.
snowdragon said 5062 days ago (December 6th, 2005)
isn't that a quartet?
No Jim, trio is still technically applicable in that Dadai and snowdragon are
suffering from a rare but increasing affliction known as MJMTMM syndrome
(MacJams Much-Too-Much Meld or M4JT) that causes its victims to slowly
deteriorate into a single malevolent entity that MikkiTaro has dubbed "the
SnowDaddy." This hideous metamorph combines the worst qualities of
dragon and sailboat skipper resulting in a two-headed monster unable to
cease issuing forth cantankerous caterwalling from each head simultaneously,
with little discernable difference to those with the misfortunate to be in
audible range.

A word of warning: if you find yourself increasingly drawn towards a desire to
sing like Patsy Cline, it may be time to seek professional help.

---
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said 5062 days ago (December 6th, 2005)
isn't that a quartet?
Craig, that is funny. You are a master at self-effacement. I really appreciate
the vocal additions from my two-headed lounge lizard. Craig added some
last-minute vocals but more importantly suggested that I switch "leave" and
"live" in the last two lines....and gave a nice reason for doing so. The
inevitable flight from Innercityhood instead became a decision to stay. That
actually mirrors my own life. I have been a lifelong resident of St. Paul's West
Side -- an inner city neighborhood with square blocks, proximate houses, big
shade trees, sidewalks (what a concept) and cool alleys (that mural painting in
the song art above is actually my own alley where I've lived for 49 years). I
love my innercityhood and plan to stay here a while longer.

Jack did the original vocal sketch, singing the phrases and thought bites I had
scratched out in a quick memo to him. I hadn't intended for them to be actual
lyrics -- they were just a list of impressions... a "stream of feelings" based on
my 2-hour walk through the Beltrami neighborhood of north Minneapolis last
July with my wife (while the kids splashed in the Jim Lupient Waterpark in the
old quarry site). Here is Jack's original soulful demo which became the basis
for the song: http://www.schletty.com/music/Innercityhood_Jack_demo.mp3
. In his "lunch break special", Jack came up with a few choice phrasings and
lyric additions that were carried through to the final song you hear here.

And Johnny... what can I say about Johnny? As someone says below, his music
is a fantastic bedrock upon which to build lyrics. His instrumentation is vital,
rich and well structured. I did not have to add any supplemental sounds to his
soundbed -- all I did was splice it a bit to extend it from 3:05 to 4:52 in
length.

Summarily, thanks guys!
said 5060 days ago (December 7th, 2005)
isn't that a quartet?
I forgot to mention that snowdragon (Craig) listened to my first vocal run and
told me I was over-singing it, that I should ease back and let the lyrics tell the
story. So, I did just that, gravitating somewhere between matter-o-fact
narration and florid sonority. I still refuse to sing with a nasal emphasis. I'm
not Bob Dylan.
selters said 5062 days ago (December 5th, 2005)
Very Nice!
Very nice instruments and vocals. Really like the guitar solos. The strings are a very nice touch! Ah, and it reminds me of something (british), but i cant come up with the name. almost figured it out, but it slipped again! AH, i remember, i think the song was called "I Come From a Land Downunder". I believe it has the same vibe! Very nice, and keep this collab up! Thanks for sharing!

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said 5062 days ago (December 5th, 2005)
Very Nice!
That would be Toto?... from Australia I believe. Great group back
in the eighties

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dajama said 5062 days ago (December 5th, 2005)
Very Nice!
I think it was Men At Work. I think I used to have the album - a bright yellow
cover and nothing else on the album as good as that track!
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said 5062 days ago (December 5th, 2005)
Very Nice!
Ah yes.. you are correct! Men at Work, another fine group.

---
Making melody with your heart...
dajama said 5062 days ago (December 5th, 2005)
Nice song, nice changes
Nice song, well sung, with good guitar work, and nice changes. Lyrics are
clever and evocative. I like the horns at the end, although they are buried
in the mix a bit for my taste. Very cool.
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Einarus said 5062 days ago (December 5th, 2005)
Very nice
Very cool, very epic. The chorus is amazing.
Excellent performances from all of you, as usual, I guess :)
The only thing that bothered me were the horn sections at the end.
Nothing annoys me more than the unrealistic GB synth horns.
But that's just me nitpicking.
Great track, otherwise.
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said 5059 days ago (December 8th, 2005)
Very nice
We'll work on making that horn section more organic. Thanks.
stevel said 5062 days ago (December 5th, 2005)
Great story song
Really nice track...well produced and performed. Reminds me a bit of
Warren Zevon in places... cool collaboration!
Steve
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said 5060 days ago (December 7th, 2005)
Great story song
Zevon... I'm not familiar with him. He must be some nobody trying to emulate
my style.
snowdragon said 5060 days ago (December 7th, 2005)
Great story song
AAAAAA-OOOOOOOOOOOO

Werewolves o' Lon-don

AAAAAAA-OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

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Check out my latest song called Nightmares
said 5060 days ago (December 7th, 2005)
Great story song
Hmmm. Still not knowing Warren Zevon. I'll google Werewolves of London.
drakonis said 5062 days ago (December 5th, 2005)
great stuff
very good final version of this, well mixed Katch! Great singing &
songwriting & lyrics, & artwork... nothing to say, I really like how this
came out!
ttfn,
Drakonis
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said 5062 days ago (December 5th, 2005)
great stuff
Much appreciated. Thanks for strolling through our song.
ziti said 5062 days ago (December 5th, 2005)
very cool
this sounds like it was a blast!!

great collab...fine, tight playing...all the effort shows in the final mix.

Katch...you play yer buns off...

deep bow


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perceptualvortex said 5062 days ago (December 5th, 2005)
Lots of cool
Good songwriting and music. Nice job with the vocals, everyone. It's nice'n'powerful when the harmonies kick in, and the end is perfect. I've spent a lot of time in innercities... I prefer it here in the outercity.
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said 5062 days ago (December 5th, 2005)
NICE VIBE!
Hambones! Had me perked on octane! Drivin and screamin!
jiguma said 5062 days ago (December 5th, 2005)
lots of great pictures in those lyrics
Not being an inner city kind of guy, I listened to this a bit like I listen to stories of foreign places - sounds a lot like parts of Sydney or London or Munich or Paris . . . . . . Anyway - epic is certainly the word - lots of great pictures in those lyrics, and a solid piece musically as well. A pictorial essay well produced everyone.

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said 5062 days ago (December 6th, 2005)
lots of great pictures in those lyrics
Thanks. I'm glad it worked for you, too.
said 5062 days ago (December 5th, 2005)
Can't say enough...
Rich, I kinda thought this song had died before it was even born. You
sent those vivid lines of thought that you had during a walk through
town... another lunchtime vocal demo (I gotta eat quick) with katch's
original 3 minute soundbed..... and WOW. You really did some fine stuff
with that meager beginning. Thanks for keeping with this.

Great work on the lyrics, great lead vocal, and amazing how you
put together all our vocalizing in a way that actually sounds not half
bad. The magic of the mix, eh? Way to go! Which voice is dadai and
which one is snow??? : )

Jack


said 5062 days ago (December 5th, 2005)
Thanks Neighbors
Thanks for listening and commenting on the tune folks.
It was fun to make and collaborate with great guys like
Richard, Craig and Jack.

Here is a cool studio shot form Schletty Lyrics

said 5062 days ago (December 6th, 2005)
Thanks Neighbors
You had an extra space in that URL. Try this" http://i12.photobucket.com/
albums/a244/katchoolik/city_4172.jpg
said 5062 days ago (December 6th, 2005)
Thanks Neighbors
Johnny said:
> Thanks for listening and commenting on the tune folks.
It was fun to make and collaborate with great guys like
Richard, Craig and Jack.

Hey, I was glad to add a little splice to your World.
snowdragon said 5062 days ago (December 6th, 2005)
Can't say enough...
I think we need a big dose of annibarb, Jack.

---
When philosophy and reality collide, reality wins,
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Check out my latest song called Nightmares
said 5062 days ago (December 6th, 2005)
Can't say enough...
Which voice is snow and which dadai? Only my hairdresser knows for sure.
said 5062 days ago (December 5th, 2005)
inner childhood and all that you can't leave behind
wow...superb collaboration and musicianship from all 4 of you...Katchoolik, once again, I must commend you on bringing out the best from fellow musicians...your music and guitar solos are truly inspiring, always challenging your listeners and fellow musicians to new heights...Postludes Trio: wonderful song lyric and vocal performances from all of you, especially the lead vocal by Schletty...like your murals, Richard, the lyric and the subtle dynamics in your singing and backup vocals by the SnowDaddies have really captured the nostalgia for what's good and what's real...the song is both narrative and reflective of life and its struggles...there is a little bit of innercityhood in all of us...how can one forget those landmarks that have stood the test of time, reminding us of who we once were and all that we can't leave behind...for me, this song and your other collaborative project, Breakout, are two very memorable and timeless tunes...scabs or no scabs, your music is somehow comforting for the bleeding soul...thanks for digging deep and encapsulating those facets of life in music and thanks for keeping it real
said 5062 days ago (December 6th, 2005)
inner childhood and all that you can't leave behind
FF: I really appreciate your views on this song (as well as Breakout). Johnny
brings out the best in musicians (whether they be fledgling or seasoned) and
for that we should all be very grateful. Johnny is a lead man for Good Sound.
mandolinquent said 5062 days ago (December 6th, 2005)
Great collab...
There's something about collaborations which is mysterious... I guess
maybe for the listener, the sense of people coming together this way
actually adds a sense of scale to a song... or something. But this is a
very successful coming together. Your voices, your sentiments and
katchoolik's bedrock work so nicely here.
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said 5054 days ago (December 14th, 2005)
Great collab...
Absolutely mysterious and wonderful.
said 5062 days ago (December 6th, 2005)
Superb...
mix. Very professional sounding to my untrained ear. I love all the
different shifts harmonically. The voices compliment each other quite
well. For me, the songwriting is some of the best I've enjoyed on MJ.
And the song art is exceptionally brilliant. Thanks for sharing your
talents here.
springclock said 5062 days ago (December 6th, 2005)
good
A bit of a talking heads thing here, I dig it. Like the recording and
the melody on the chorus. Nice Work.Peace....
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FEEL said 5061 days ago (December 6th, 2005)
This is quite original
Dig this...couldn't figure where it was going but it went there real nice. Can't really put a finger on what genre this is but that doesn't matter. It is nice to listen to. Thanks for sharing.

Regards
John
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said 5061 days ago (December 6th, 2005)
This is quite original
Pop is the best I could come up with. I told Katchoolik that it starts out with a
Country sound (which he denies), then migrates to Rock. I try not to pay
attention to genre. I just sing. Let's call it "The Postludes Trio Sound". Ha. I
want to hear this being played on a jukebox in Deer River, WS within a year or
I'll be sad.
FEEL said 5059 days ago (December 9th, 2005)
This is quite original
It's good stuff. I think it has chart potential. Do they serve food there?

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TEXASFEEL
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said 5058 days ago (December 9th, 2005)
This is quite original
They serve cold snacks off the snack racks located behind the bar. I hit the
Deer River bar every January with my fellow Bushrunners, on our way up to
Uncle John's cabin for our annual "emergency meeting and presidential gala".

See http://www.schletty.com/bushrunners
thetiler said 5061 days ago (December 6th, 2005)
really terrific
very entertaining, really like how this light rockish type tune iscomposed.
Your singing here Rich is really fun to listen to.

Thumbs up from me :)
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DJFU said 5061 days ago (December 7th, 2005)
Cool Cover !!!
I really Like your Cover, Your music bring my working life colourful. Nice Lead!
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Tadashi Togawa said 5061 days ago (December 7th, 2005)
Drive stakes
I recall, and am nostalgic every day.
Mud, sweat, and laughter.
This song is built in the mind like the monument.
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said 5060 days ago (December 8th, 2005)
Drive stakes
Thank you, Tadashi.
cjhoose said 5060 days ago (December 7th, 2005)
amazing-
how you can fit so many words into one song. o.o I'm in awe.

Great performance and production, and odd yet fascinating lyrics. I like
the "scabs" line especially. ;)
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alley-oop said 5060 days ago (December 8th, 2005)
great tune
You reach me. This has a gritty realism that I dig. A song any city
dweller can indentify with. I really like that the message and story
propel this for the listener. And on the next listen, it's apparent what a
tight, well-crafted song you have here. Kudos to all! Great job! Mr.S, I
always like it when you sing from your guts, with less vocal flair.

I read you are not familiar with Warren Zevon?
Listen one song: 'Accidently like a Martyr' off of the Exitable Boy album,
you'll be a fan of his instantly.
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said 5060 days ago (December 8th, 2005)
great tune
Alley-oop, I appreciate your comments. That helps me shape future stylin.
kayylaa-xox said 5059 days ago (December 8th, 2005)
greatttt
whoaa what a great song i rly like it and yeah it's very pretty and it makes me happy!:) hehe well keep it uppp! byee for now comment my singing sometime on my page byeee
said 5059 days ago (December 9th, 2005)
greatttt
Thanks, kayylaa-xox. Yes, I will check out your songs.
sbreimhorst said 5059 days ago (December 8th, 2005)
Love the Tele, and the mural.
Nice work you three (errrrr) four. Who's the genius who painted the mural on the album cover?
said 5059 days ago (December 9th, 2005)
Love the Tele, and the mural.
Ha! Mr. Former Education Director of St. Matthew's Parish and School: Of
course, you know the answer to that question as you spent two years gazing
upon my West Side paintings which hang in the sanctuary of the church. Or
did you get suckerpunched one too many times with a long bass neck by one
of your own www.suckerpunch.us band members? I appreciate your
comments, Scott. Lemme know when you are performing at Plums again or at
another proximate location.
sbreimhorst said 5059 days ago (December 8th, 2005)
Love the Tele, and the mural.
Nice work you three (errrrr) four. Who's the genius who painted the mural on the album cover?
said 5059 days ago (December 9th, 2005)
Love the Tele, and the mural.
Scott, I had a similar question above and have already answered that. Next...
Cori Ander said 5058 days ago (December 10th, 2005)
Just great!
Just great! A wonderful composition first of all. King of a thousand
musical styles has striken again! And once again managed to surprize
me, though I have pomised myself never more to be surprized by what
Katchoolik can do, (only remains for you to make a fingerstyle tune for
me Johnny :)

And your vocals Richard are wonderful! And they suit this tune
perfectly.

And to all of you: What most amazes me is that it sounds like you
people have played togheter for years. In this particluar style! For me it
is a wonder how you people can do something like this as an internet
collab ... this is truly astonishing!
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said 5056 days ago (December 11th, 2005)
Just great!
Thanks Cori. We appreciate your thoughtful comments.
fatastro said 5056 days ago (December 12th, 2005)
creative
I like the Brit/Aussie feel of the song. really nice guitar work, too. I
think a cross between Men at Work and Brian Ferry meets Madness
would describe this song. I'm looking forward to hearing some more
tracks to see how varied your sound is. BTW Did you really try ludes,
and if so how were they?
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said 5055 days ago (December 12th, 2005)
creative
John: No, we have not tried "ludes" (Quaalude). You're the first to ask. The
association had not occurred to me.

I sent you links to a few more collabs. Thanks for listening. An Aussie/Brit
sound? Pretty cool for a lyricist and lead singer stuck in the Midwest. Must be
Johnny's cool instrumentation that gives it the sound you describe.
jmt said 5040 days ago (December 27th, 2005)
'round. Hey
Yeah, city life... Nicely done, all the way 'round. Hey, where's the fretless?
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Tiny_Man_Inside said 5026 days ago (January 10th, 2006)
interesting Stealy Dan break
before the chorus. A little bit of bowie in there two - there are elements of the song that has a Mot the Hoople/All the Young Dudes feel. Nice lyrics too.
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screamalexz said 4212 days ago (April 4th, 2008)
...
i like the style to the chorus. has the schletty vibe. in the first couple versus it sounds a little like you're just saying words like they don't mean anything. when you hit the second verse it sounds to have more meaning or feeling to it, the lyrics are really good. i think perhaps the pace of the song makes you rush the words a little so you seem to be more focused on getting it right than the meaning of the song. it definitely has your style to it and the instrumental is really good. and the production is great. it makes me think of west side story.
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Dadai.2 said 3820 days ago (April 30th, 2009)
brotherhood in the...
intercityhood... really a fine, fine song. Still a hit after all this time... IMO... ;-)

cheers Ricardo!

Jack
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Richard_Schletty said 3820 days ago (April 30th, 2009)
To Jack...
Well, you helped with the song, Jack. With lyrics and some cool-cat vocal responses.
Cashed-In said 3820 days ago (April 30th, 2009)
I cant say much but.....
This is Awesome! Great voice! I'm pretty hooked on this tune....
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Cashed-In said 3818 days ago (May 2nd, 2009)
I don't understand??
Only 11 fans of this song????
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Richard_Schletty said 3818 days ago (May 2nd, 2009)
Innercityhood
Ken,

Innercityhood was done a long time ago. Uploaded Dec 05, 2005. Yes, it is one of my best songs and I don't understand either. Some songs get overlooked. No matter, I have adjusted to the idea of anonymity. Johnny and I appreciate your enthusiasm. 2768 hits isn't too bad.

You can get this song free from Johnny Katchoolik's web site, along with "Breakout" and other MacJams collaborations Johnny did a while back.
Go to http://web.mac.com/katchoolik/katchoolik/Musik.html

Two more Katchoolik collabs I did that are worth a listen:

Breakout: http://www.macjams.com/song/11337
Ultraoverdrive: http://www.macjams.com/song/35861

Peace...
Char said 3818 days ago (May 2nd, 2009)
That's a hell
of a song by a great band that's bursting with talent. Be proud. Thanks.
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Dadai.2 said 3238 days ago (December 3rd, 2010)
Rich...
Great mix brother....

D
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Jarvoid said 2804 days ago (February 10th, 2012)
Oh yes
the finished article....the demo was good but this just that edge better in the production and polish that rounds it off.....good post ,good pointer from Jack and a happy bunny at Jarvoid Mansion ......I'll give me butler the night orft.....
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RichardSchletty said 2804 days ago (February 11th, 2012)
Jarvoid,
Thanks for checking out the game-winning play that Jack started by hit single to first. It was a fun and meaningful collaboration. Katchoolik has creativity, punch and clarity in his sound.
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