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Takin' it all down


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steck

 Genre: Pop (mainstream)

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Cross posted with permission from https://www.macjams.com/song/34059

"One from the vaults. Recorded: the old BBC Scotland studios across from the Botanical gardens in the West End (when noone was in) and over a recording of Aly Bain & friends, analog 24-track: 8th and 9th Feb 1992, mixed 23rd Feb.

I took a cassette I had and recorded it into GB, no treatment.

'Catch' were:
Graham S. - vocals, synths, composition, arrangement, lyrics and sequencing. Welcome to MJs my old band mate!
Iain McD - drums
Graham K - bass, bit of Talkin' Heads tsk tsk & all recording & engineering & mixing (still working at the Beeb)
Pavla? - backing vocals (just this session)
Edwina - sax
Alan (apb) - guitar

© 1992 Graham Steel & Catch, used with permission".
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Lyrics
Takin' it all down, even the words you say.
I'm takin' it all down, even the words you say.

To be on the road again,
Is what I want right now.
I wanna be free from the rush,
Cos it's about time,
I should find the reason,
That makes me wanna say ...


I'm takin' it all down, even the words you say.
Show me a sign gimme a number
I don't want it any other way

What's on your mind?
Is this for real?

Shouldn't be alone,
Or have enemies
It's what you say and do
The thing to catch out,
Are the ones that try to spin you around,
When they try to ignore,
I bet they notice everything,
But I can see right through your stupid little games,
Tryin' an' losing, cos it makes me wanna say...

Say that you want me to ...

© 1992, Graham Steel
Song Stats
Hits: 68
Comments: 4
Fans: 4
Plays: 11
Downloads: 3
Votes: 0
Uploaded: Nov 03, 2018 - 03:44:14 PM
Last Updated: Nov 03, 2018 - 03:49:43 PM Last Played: Nov 16, 2018 - 03:12:33 AM
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Hardware:
24 track analog reel-2-reel
the bands gear ..
I used a J.P.Player guitar (it had a wireless thing built-in .. cool :o))
VOX AC120 amp, BOSS ME-5 FX, Cry Baby Wah.
Software:
GB v3 used to record from cassette.
Comments
steck said 14 days ago (November 3rd, 2018)
Samples
Other than real drums, vocals and some real guitar, most of the rest came from my sampler.
Check out my latest song called Takin' it all down
DWL said 13 days ago (November 4th, 2018)
Excellent!
A bit of prog rock.

Nicely executed. Great playing and good sounds.

Enjoyed.

Dick

p.s. what happened to Alan? MIA since 2016.
Check out my latest song called Cucamonga
grah3am said 13 days ago (November 4th, 2018)
90's but sounds more 70's
I like the use of samples. They really liven things up.
Check out my latest song called Sirius, with Warren Smith
Calchas said 2 days ago (November 15th, 2018)
"Catch"
Very cool...downright GROOVY!!!

I really dig this track. Simply classic!

Be well!
Check out my latest song called Not A Sparrow Falls
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Name: Graham Steel
Location: Glasgow Scotland
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Started 1st garage (literally) *band* at age of 13/14 after spending a couple of years playing with electronic musical gadgets (e.g. Casio VL Tone made *famous* by Kraftwerk) First proper synth was a Roland SH 101 which I still use to this day. Pu... [see more]

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Pop music is a music genre that developed from the mid-1950s as a softer alternative to rock 'n' roll and later to rock music. It has a focus on commercial recording, often orientated towards a youth market, usually through the medium of relatively s

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