Danny Cohen | Cabernet Forest Lawn

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Pop: 60's Pop Avant Garde: Psychedelia Moods: Mood: Brooding
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Cabernet Forest Lawn

by Danny Cohen

Original late 60's bluesy avant garde pop in unified style/production done in short span with artists full control
Genre: Pop: 60's Pop
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1. No Regrets
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2. Hellene
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3. Gargoyle Blues
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4. Future in Doubt
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5. Amenita
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6. Nightmare
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7. The Plague
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8. Little Boy Blue
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9. The Magician
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10. Our Time
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11. Mohenjo-Doro
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12. General, Actor, Monk
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13. Beyond Beyond
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14. Come on Down
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15. Neo-Shlemiel
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16. Pledge of Defiance
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is the first REAL non compilation record I've made (Rigormortis had to be done in a week and 'Innocence' was done in a closet in lo-fi). It is my finest endeavor and possibly my last. It was done in a month during the opening of a creative portal (like that Twilight Zone where the child entered another dimension under the bed), which subsequently closed. I utilized 6 guitars and a rare Hammond chord organ. Vocals either went through a reel to reel (doesn't record) or next to the echoing bathroom. Bass had 60 year old strings for a wash tub effect. Recorded on 4 trk cassette but my 2 trk died so I mixed directly into Dave Hurst's computer in one pass (many thanks). He equalized the timbre of 4 tapes. Volume on trks. 1,2,6 and 12 are softer and vocal on 11/15 is a bit soft initially. My loud lo end was reduced by computer transfer which also decreased organ. This worked to its advantage as less dense and murky. The theme of death pervades as almost died during recording. My stomach bloated, hair and nails grew rapidly and was basically a zombie for 7 years after surgery from a bike wreck. Crank it!

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