MP3 Mr. Marco's V7 - Sparkin Your Mama
Music for lovers! Seven Sweet movements to learn how to spark your mama! Conceived as an entire album.
8 MP3 Songs in this album (51:06) !
Related styles: Rock: Instrumental Rock, Jazz: Weird Jazz, Type: Soundtrack
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The fourth album from the KC based instrumental band finds them in the mood for love! A seven movement suite (or Sweet) conceived to be listened to while being served on an exotic planet with that special someone. The album takes you through the many stages of a lifetime of love: excitement, fear, laughter, pain, emotional growth, and reflection. The last song deals with the ego and a lifetime of inner struggles resulting in blissful happiness or eternal pain. After the arrival of happiness you finally realize that it''s really just a kick ass album and play it again while you dance....dance....dance! We hope your waiter is a good as ours........
Kent Burnham - Drums Johnny Hamil -Electric and Acoustic Bass Marco Pascolini- Electric Guitar Mike Stover- Mantar on sweet 1,2, &5 Steel Guitar on Sweet 3, &7 Theremin on Sweet 4, & 6 Synthesizers on Sweet 6 Steel String Guitar on I''m Angry
Guest Performers: Arrika Brazil- Vox on I''m Angry Chad Boydston-Trumpet on Sweet 6 & I''m Angry Kyle Dalhquist- Trombone and Vox on Sweet 6 TJ Erhardt -Rhodes on Sweet 4 Beau Bledsoe- oud on Sweet 1
Recorded and Mixed by Chad Meise on 2" Tape @ The Cooler
Mastered by Collin Jordan at the Boiler Room in Chicago
All Songs composed by Johnny Hamil and Performed by Mr. Marco''s V7
Thank You: Arrika, Kyle, Chad, TJ, Beau and Tzigane Music, Patrick Hopewell, Cole Wheeler & Josh Mobley for loaned gear, Marco would like to thank the kc music scene, Beth Barden....She''s the Best, Nic Aldrich for keeping amps running & Tim Cooper of fuzzfaceless pedals for transistor grit! Johnny would like to thanks his family and friends ( I love you all), Special thanks to Dylan Reynolds for bringing back my first real turkish music and telling me about her homeland, Final thanks to my father John Hamil for "Sparkin Your Mama" (just repeating what my pops tells me).