My Music

Flamenco  and    Flamenco  Fusion

My Flamenco, and Flamenco Fusion

My Flamenco, and Flamenco Fusion

My Flamenco, and Flamenco Fusion
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No Se Baila (Esta Rumba)

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"Journey to Santa Fe:    An   American Odyssey"
-My next  ouvre . It is a Music Drama based on my adventures on the way, and in, Santa Fe, New Mexico.


"La  Mora"was    the  theme songI was composing along    my cross-country motorcycle trip- Atlanta, New Orleans,  Los Angeles, Santa Fe. At the time I was listening to Industrial and starting to  learn Flamenco. 

"Gothic Anthem" a piece I had been working on before I began my Journey to Santa Fe. It was the second recording I made there after "La Mora"

Moi, on the way out of Atlanta with Oliver- the beginning of "Journey to Santa Fe; An American Odyssey". 

LONG AGO AND FAR AWAY

PsychoActive8- a Rap/Metal band ahead of its time (circa 1988-1991)

Oliver and Andy, the front men of PsychoActive8. Oliver was the main rapper, and Andy rapped and beat-boxed.

Yours truly, wrote most of the music.

(story  coming  soon)

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Cem   Özkan, from Istanbul, Turkey, was a fellow marauder. He helped arrange, record, and came up with   several of the themes....he was , and is still, a great friend!

In Istanbul he is a well-known singer, composer, and producer

His Facebook:          https://www.facebook.com/cem.ozkan.509

Dies Irae, The Rakes, and Poison (not that  other band) spanned from late  70's to mid 80's.

Drummers came and went, but the core remained:

Moi, Gerard- lead vocals and guitar

Paul- Keyboards and vocals

John Mark- bass

The three of us met at the University of Georgia    music school. A lot of stories, for another time.

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The Early Atlanta Years

(1977-1980)

Being in a Rock Band is like being part of a Viking raiding party- always in search of inspiration, plunder and booty. It never get's old.  Unfortunately, we do.

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The photo above is a recent John Mark, still playing the bass in the Atlanta area under the name of "Cousin Chickens" (He has a Face Book page). In the Poison Photo above, he's the second from the left- with the smirk on his face