MP3 TERRY DAUN - Game On
Komplettes MP3 Album von TERRY DAUN
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Psychedelic Rock/R&B
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TERRY DAUN ANNOUNCES WORLDWIDE RELEASE OF GAME ON
Self-performed masterwork includes ten remixed and eight new tracks
PHOENIX, AZ. Terry Daun, drummer, songwriter, vocalist, Master of the Korg Triton, announces the worldwide release of Game On, his latest work that melds remixed favorites with new material thats sure to please his fans. The album is available for sale on CD Baby.
Daun arranged, performed and produced the album at his My Furry Friends Studio, a first-time experience that surprised him with its intensity. The learning curve is steep, but its a real high when you lay down a single track that brings it all together, Daun says. Its like building a house. You can’t always tell what you’re going to have just by looking at the foundation. It is usually during the framing that you start to see where the house is going.
The album includes ten remixed tracks from his limited-release album Get Up (2004), the increasingly popular instrumental "A Walk In The Park," and eight new tracks including "It’s King’s I’m Talking About" and "Get Up."
Its a nice progression for a guy who spent a good part of his musical career playing a set of 1969 White Pearl Ludwigs. His performing career includes being a member of Moments Notice, The Penetrators, KATO (a Cream cover band), Attitude Cat, Is Not Is Too, Manic-N, and from 2001 to 2003 White Noize. He was the principal of TMD Entertainment, a Karaoke / DJ company he founded in 1991, until this past February, when he packed in the mike to devote his time to writing and recording.
I am still finding my place as a solo artist in this whole music thing; learning something new about the biz every day, he says. I think that we are at the forefront of a new age in the recording arts. It could very well be the same as it was in the 1960s when the market was wide open for new and interesting talent.
Daun is one of those artists with the enviable ability to acquire knowledge, technique and inspiration from musicians and groups they admire, yet retain a unique sound. His list reads like the roster of the All-Rock-Jazz-Fusion team: Hendrix, Jean Luc Ponty, Pink Floyd, Frank Zappa. All artists, to a man, willing to take the musical status quo and screw with it just to watch the reaction.
He synthesizes his one-of-a-kind Daun sound by staying true to his musical roots. I prefer to let the instrumentation guide me into the words and story, he says. If I am going to write a song and not an instrumental, Ill arrange and construct the music in a song format. I can also write music from interpreting the words.
Daun said that as a drummer he grew accustomed to listening to instrumentation first. It wasn’t till later in life that I began to really listen to what was being said, he added.
That made all the difference. As his new album gains momentum and airplay, the day is rapidly approaching when he can fulfill his ultimate musical dream. "Id like to have a full band performing my music with me out in front of thousands of screaming fans, he says. Hell, I would love to be out there even if it was by myself."
Terry Dauns new album, Game On, is slated for worldwide release in August 2006. The album contains eighteen moving and inspiring songs, including ten remixed tracks from his limited-release album Get Up and the increasingly popular instrumental "A Walk In The Park." Eight new tracks have been added, including the ever popular "It’s King’s I’m Talking About" and "Get Up." Game On is available on CD Baby.