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Caesar Bach

by Caesar Bach

The Beatles "Revolver" meets The Matrix.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Unwind Me
2:48 $0.99
2. Why Should I Care
3:41 $0.99
3. I'm Gonna Make You Remember Me
4:01 $0.99
4. I Am Your Problem
3:48 $0.99
5. Put It In The Closet
4:44 $0.99
6. Can You Imagine
3:39 $0.99
7. All I Ever Wanted
3:28 $0.99
8. My Confession
4:11 $0.99
9. Rappers Can't Smile
2:46 $0.99
10. Nothin's Goin' On Here
3:04 $0.99
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Album Notes
Caesar is extremely elusive and as his music suggests, quite eccentric. He has no tolerance for the way things are typically done which is clearly demonstrated by this wonderfully refreshing break from the norm, full of rock, pop, noise and melody.

This disc contains four songs that have hit the top ten at "Put It In The Closet" and "I'm Gonna Make You Remember Me", "Unwind Me" and "I Am Your Problem"!

"If John Lenon were alive today, this is what he'd be doing!" - Platinum Mastering Engineer, Roger Seibel

"In the pantheon of musicians crazy enough to attempt an album's worth of songs whose jumping-off points include freakish, ever-changing time signatures (within the same song, yet); cookie-cutter remnants of traditional verse-chorus song structure; and, last but certainly not least, an almost total disregard for structure of any kind, Caeser Bach is a wunderkind extraordinaire, a one-of-a-kind singer-songwriter who certainly plays by his own rules, if he plays by any at all, and comes up with the goods each and every time." - Alan Haber, WEBR on-air personality

"It's the White Album done by a Martian on Acid! I love it! "Unwind Me" is great, it just jumped up and smacked me! Gorrilla groove! I like the vocals, a little Lennon mixed with a little Peter Gabriel and some super harmonies. It's one of the most original CD's I've heard in a long time. It makes me long for the days when inventive artistry was on the airwaves and we had not been reduced to conveyor belt corporate rock. I've heard the CD in my studio, my car, my living room and my computer. It sounds great on everything. But obviously, it really comes alive on a good system at a high volume level. There's a lot of layers to listen through, I hear new things everytime I play it. Great work, don't stop! Thanks for the refreshing music!" - Michael Botts, artist, session drummer, original member of the 70's super group "Bread"

Hail Caesar-And don't forget the anchovies!
Caesar Bach would not mind if you proclaimed him a new rock messiah-the song titles alone tell the tale: "I'm Gonna Make You Remember Me," "I Am Your Problem," "Why Should I Care." If you wanna ride on his rocket ship, be ready to fly without a helmet. File under: "King Missile."

- Joe S. Harrington, acclaimed music critic and hit author of "Sonic Cool: The Life & Death of Rock N' Roll



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roy phillips

Good stuff!!
Caesar Bach has a terrific piece of work here , a kind of experimental mix of all the great 60s bands inc beatles , move , kinks ,complete with modern day drum loops etc, buy it you won`t be disappointed in the least.