Brian Taguchi | Fuselage

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Fuselage

by Brian Taguchi

An edgy and reflective solo folk-prog-rock project hatched in the late 90's, mourning the demise of grunge, dwindling "unplugged" wooden music-lovers, and live music joints handing the reigns over to talented DJs...Fuselage this era's coffee-house mix.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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1. Throw Me a Bone
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2. Midnight Storm
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3. Slip
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4. Sweet Like Candy
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5. Rust
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6. John
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7. Intro '96
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8. The Donair Song
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9. Ideas of Dobbin
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10. Forevermore
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Originally recorded to a digital 8-track in my parents’ basement from Oct. 30 - Nov 3, 1998, this was my cumulative songwriting catharsis for 1995 through 1998. I know it‘s not cool for me to tell you, the listener, what the songs are about or where they came from, but in the 15 years since these songs were first recorded, I’ve noticed that the songwriting style from this period has benefitted from at least a touch of context. A true artist would let you attribute whatever meaning or context you like, and if you prefer this, then please ignore the following...

Throw Me a Bone is about poor judgement getting in the way of good intentions. Midnight Storm is from a positively transformative night out in the woods. Slip is dedicated to my Alfie’s friends who left before the goodbyes... Sweet Like Candy is just for fun (and because it was recorded on Hallowe’en!), while Rust is cast from a deep rut. John and I agree to disagree, and Intro ‘96 is a late-night insular cottage jam blending the likes of Jane’s, the Dead & Pearl Jam. The Donair Song observes the somber “donair corner” end to many an ambitious night out in Halifax, and Ideas of Dobbin pays tribute to the end of the industrial era and a British coal miner turned tour guide. Forevermore reflects the still, nostalgic moment between your friends leaving town for good and wanting to be excited about new adventures in faraway lands, but not wanting to let anything go...

Thanks to Emma, Devon, Ken, Suzie, Laura, Craig, Justin, Dave, my housemates, the Queen’s swim team, the Queen’s Players, Greg Blackett, Tim Demmons & friends from this era and all of those since.

Remixed and mastered by Zane Whitfield & BT @ North of Princess (NOP) in 2013.

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