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Part III Departure

by Gers Racing

Musically it's all here, there is something for everyone to enjoy throughout 'Part III Departure', we couldn't ask for more really and this is one of those albums you can play forever and get lost in. Watch out for Gers Racing.
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1. Broken Dream
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2. Cinderella Why
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3. When My Number's Called
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4. Mr. P.B. Harp
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5. Waterfall
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6. Off the Deep End
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7. One More Time
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8. Bitches on Parade
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9. One Day
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10. Harp Train #7
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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GERS RACING


‘Part III Departure’


‘Part III Departure’ is a superb new masterpiece CD from vintage classic retro rockers GERS RACING who have worked in the past with the likes of Jimi Hendrix, Michael Jackson and Traffic.
'Part III Departure’ is the hugely enjoyable new ten track album from classic rockers Gers Racing. This album has all the fundamentals of vintage classic rock albums that strikes the chord for its rich diversity, fun energy, passion and eccentric edge.
A lot of care and attention has gone into the creation of Gers Racing 'Part III Departure’. This record has all the hallmarks that fans of the genre will fully enjoy, but you need to live with the album for a while, soak the tracks up and get into the bands mindset, a quick listen won't reap the rewards and delights this album eventually offers. The band is: singer Ellington Erin, bassist and harpist Gers, lead guitarist Tim Gedemer and drummer Bruce Ginsberg, with special guests Evox (vocals), Rebop (congas) from Traffic and Gregg Wright (guitar) from Michael Jackson.
Musically it's all here, there is something for everyone to enjoy throughout 'Part III Departure', we couldn't ask for more really and this is one of those albums you can play forever and get lost in. Watch out for Gers Racing, one to look out for in the future and a band who plays with feeling and style, and that’s a rare thing.
‘Part III Departure’ is the new album from classic rockers GERS RACING. Vintage classic rock, think Hendrix, Ozzy, Dio and Deep Purple. ‘Part III Departure’ has exploded onto the scene.
‘Part III Departure’ started off with a journey of a thousand miles begins with just one step, and so it began, from the womb to the tomb you’ll get nursed on music. After a couple of seconds, minutes, hours, etc. You’ll be fully absorbed and indoctrinated.
‘The Music of the Spheres’ establishes music as an exact science and the whole universe was one big musical instrument and could be tuned up as such. Every note or string could be tuned up to vibrate at a different frequency per second and the vibration of one would affect another, like ripples on the water. If you pick up a grain of sand on the beach and move it you change the world. The world, planets and galaxies, in fact the whole cosmos was all tuned up to an exacting frequency. The human body was considered to be a sounding board and every organ could be affected by different notes. When creating music or songs the notes could literally be pulled from different patterns, shapes or colors in nature. For instance if you see the lights at night on a hillside you would follow that same pattern on the strings of your guitar or copy the outline of the skyscrapers plotting them, using your strings and frets as a graph; if you see it, you can play it. The different patterns or shapes can also be transposed to lines on a music staff as notes. You’ll soon learn Norse and Teutonic Viking Sagas, as taught by the Great grandson of a ‘High Priest’ and the important curios lore of the twelve precious gems and stones worn in the Breastplate by the High Priest. You’ll learn the magnetic ‘Flashing Color Language’ used to answer questions, meditating on the all-encompassing colors in my mind’s eye, and visualizing them like colored glass thinking Yellow, Green, Amethyst and Red. If you play the game of delving into the unknown it is wise to back up your wisdom from within with book learning or knowledge so as to bolster up or confirm what you already feel. Ignorance or the law won’t help you.’
GERS RACING ‘Part III Departure’ is such a masterpiece with great vocals and music. The ‘departure’ is the action of leaving, typically to start a journey. And it is a deviation from the norm; course of action or thought. A paradigm shift…thinking outside the box.
GERS RACING ‘Part III Departure’ will give you the coordinates for your departure and give one’s life a definite direction. So every day live life to the fullest and live the life of a warrior; living right, eating right with a strong mind and a strong body. And not let one day get away. It will lead you from unreal to real, from darkness to light, and from death to immortality.


Ellington Erin (lead singer) used to be actor Sal Mineo’s houseboy. He moved on to the Broadway production of ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’. Off and on Broadway for two years.
Gers, bass guitar, harp (harmonica), songwriter, backing vocals and engineer has been awarded gold albums with Warner Bros., Polydor, Barclay and Track Records. He has recorded with Jimi Hendrix on ‘Cry of Love’ album. Mainstay of group, ‘Umble yet ‘eavy. ‘Bass Player of the gods’. He was born in Southern England and has played and jammed with Dylan, Lovin’ Spoonful, Cream, James Cotton, Muddy Waters, Jimmy James & the Flames, Jimi Hendrix, among others. He split to England, met up with Jimi again and recorded several albums with him, the most famous ‘Cry of Love’. When Jimi left us, Gers formed a group with Mitch Mitchell, played Speakeasy, Roundhouse Country Club, Marquee, etc. 3 - Piece Power Band. He then played with Jack Bruce, Dick Heckstall Smith, Chris Farlowe, Buddy Miles, Felix Parpalardi and Elvin Bishop. Gers then made the organic scene in Mill Valley where he teamed up with the S.F. Sound Makers, Boz Skaggs, Bishop, John Mayall, etc. Split to Jamaica, learned beats mon, and came back reggae oriented with a ska bass beat unduplicated by none. Gers, a living legend, surviving 2 near fatal car crashes, from the Fillmore West to Surrey England. ‘Goal in life: fully recognized ‘Departure.’
Tim Gedemer (lead guitar) was born and raised in the Valley (sun and death). He picked up an $18 guitar after seeing Dylan in ‘Don’t Look Back’ and idolized his older brother (lead singer) who died in a motorcycle accident. Tim Jumped into the L.A. session scene, played with nearly everyone, Spirit, R&B, Seeds, you name it he played it. Spent summers in mountains, winters in studios. ‘Better acoustics in caves.’ ‘He keeps Gers Racing honest, but watch out for shady brown eyes.’
Bruce Ginsberg (drummer, backing vocals) ‘Mr. Personality’ was born in NYC. He played for Motown, Atlantic and Roulette Records and has gigged with, Thin Lizzy, Rory Gallagher, etc...
The CD was recorded at Warner Bros. N. Hollywood and at Hollywood and Western Studios in the heart of Hollywood California. It was produced by Gers and the process took a couple months and it was recorded live with no overdubs. For the future-Keep updated with all things Gers Racing at
www.gersracing.com




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