Don Brandfas | Static Charge

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Static Charge

by Don Brandfas

An interesting compilation of Rock n Roll. Surf, Rock a Billy and Country.A taste treat for Rock and Surf lovers.
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Hey Baby
5:20 $0.77
2. Tsunami 2015
3:23 $0.77
3. Gonna Be Ok
1:42 $0.77
4. Way Out West
2:45 $0.77
5. Soft Surf
2:31 $0.77
6. Mean Motor Machine
2:20 $0.77
7. Bad Weather
2:25 $0.77
8. Gee Whiz
3:23 $0.77
9. Static Charge
2:36 $0.77
10. Late Last Night
2:46 $0.77
11. Night Train
3:17 $0.77
12. Zombie Man
2:11 $0.77
13. Hit Song
2:05 $0.77
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Album Notes
It seems like a lifetime ago, but I once was a professional close-up magician. When I retired I decided to take a shot at my number 2 and 3 obsessed with interests... music and guitars. I love both and along the line I have managed to have a ton of fun with both. I have built several guitars over the years and this CD was recorded using my homemade #1 guitar. Due to some limitations I currently do not perform in person, but I do perform all of my original songs on the internet via streaming video from My songs are a collection of things that interest me and the styles of music I like to play. I've tried to include something for everyone. Some slow some medium and some fast, with rockers and instrumentals.

Hey Baby - This song was recorded sometime in the summer of 2013. There was a storm during the rewarding session and is evident in two spots on the song. I decided to not re-record the song and leave what nature added. The nature additions don't hurt the song, but it's king of like a psychedelic effect on the brain.

Tsunami 2015 - I just really like this song and thought I'd add another version the this CD.

Gonna Be OK - I was in a silly mood when I wrote and recorded this song. I tried to make it sound like a scratchy old time recording.

Way Out West - My small tribute to all of those rousing cowboy shows on Saturday mornings many years ago.

Soft Surf - I wanted a slow instrumental with a surf feel for this CD... remember those slow dances?

Mean Motor Machine - Just a little rocker about a hot little car I've always dreamed about.

Bad Weather - I wrote this song after one of those movie marathons about horrible weather situations. Most were about super tornadoes.

Gee Whiz - I really like jamming to three chord progressions. This is one that I've played with for over a year. I like the tune that resulted and decided to record it. I hope you like it.

Static Charge - I was just relaxing one day and thinking about a title for the CD I decided to make. Not sure why but 'Static Charge' just popped out of no where. I decided to go with it and decided to also write a title song as well. The first verse came with no effort, but the rest of the song was quite a struggle. I 'googled' static charge and used portions of description to finish off the song.

Late Last Night - This song came to me after watching a movie about people watching other people doing possibly strange and questionable things after dark.

Night Train - I was using the backing tracks from one of my other songs and eventually came up with a pretty cool instrumental.

Zombie Man - For about a year I had this one line on some note paper 'Just what can the zombie man do?'. I'd look at it from time to time but no spark of creativity. Kind of going through writers block at the time. Then one day I looked at that line again and finished the verse in a few minutes and within the next 30 minutes I finished the song. Writers block is no fun!

Hit Song - I wrote these songs between summer 2013 and fall 2015. During that time I had a long period of writers block and kind of used what later turned into this song as a mantra. The song was full of expletives caustic phrases (nothing worth repeating). The expletives became fewer as I started writing new songs and eventually 'Hit Song' evolved. I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed writing it.



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