Night of the Living DeadHead:
Jeremy Dubs Presents: Speak! (out on The Bureau - Frank Black’s new label! http://thebureaurecords.com/)
Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling
Jeremy Dubs Presents: Speak!
Speak! is a conversation assembling works of Harry Nilsson: some he wrote, some that he covered by other artists, and some new ones that he inspired. Separated by the limitations of time and space, Nilsson and Dubs had yet to engage in any projects together. Upon listening to "I'll Be Home" for the first time, a haunting song that Randy Newman wrote and Nilsson sang, Jeremy heard this comforting voice express a knowledge of a joy that is ever-present within us. A happiness of spirit that is bigger than life, but not invincible. He immediately needed to share this feeling with everyone he knew. The delicate arrangement of analogue synth, horns, strings, and multi-textured voices are utilized to describe this delicate place. Our memories and dreams travel through time and risk being lost. Speak! invites its listeners to this nostalgic vulnerable state where their innermost feelings of joy reside, and to communicate what they find along the way.
Here's an awesome music video for Jeremy Dubs' cover of a Yoko Ono song, Listen the Snow is Falling:
Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling:
Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling is a female-fronted duo of drums/vocals and bass. The band name and songs are all inspired by the '60s cult spy-fi TV show The Prisoner. Sophia is getting stitches out of her hand in the morning and rocking at night, should be an interesting show.
ROCK of the Experimental kind