Jacob Garchik | Ye Olde

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Ye Olde

by Jacob Garchik

Imagine a 2015 cover of the soundtrack to a 1970's remake of a 1930's movie about the Middle Ages.
Genre: Jazz: Weird Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Ye Olde of Flatbush
3:04 album only
2. The Sinister Scheme of Mortise Mansard
2:11 album only
3. A Clue Wrought in Stone
0:15 album only
4. The Lady of Duck Island
3:28 album only
5. and Meanwhile
0:21 album only
6. The Elders of Ocean Pathway
3:52 album only
7. Stained Glass Transoms Illuminate a Hidden Crypt
0:44 album only
8. The Opossum King of Greenwood Forest
3:21 album only
9. Crenulated Corbels
0:17 album only
10. Post-Modern Revival
4:25 album only
11. While Meanwhile
0:28 album only
12. The Battle of Brownstone Bulge
5:59 album only
13. Refuge in the Ruins of Castle Martense
3:53 album only
14. The Throne Room of Queen Anne
4:22 album only


Album Notes
Imagine a 2015 cover of the soundtrack to a 1970's remake of a 1930's movie about the Middle Ages.

Jacob Garchik - the Barrel Maker - trombone, alto horn, tenor horn
Brandon Seabrook - the Trickling Stream - guitar
Mary Halvorson - the Guardian of the Rock - guitar
Vinnie Sperrazza - the Merchant of Iron - drums
Jonathan Goldberger- the Mountain of Gold - guitar, baritone guitar

The epic tale of which I tell below
Takes place In Flatbush, 1000 years ago.
Our heroes met and formed a merry band
in order to defeat the evil plan
of architect Mortise Mansard the IVth
whose castles dotted the landscape South to North.
Upon a springtime walk around the town,
the Barrel Maker gazed upon the brown
and limestone ornaments he’d seen before
but never stopped to wonder what they’re for.
The architects of old hid secret meanings
in stonework, visible only by gleaning.
Acanthus, suits of armor, family crests,
led to the start of what became a quest.
Read together lurked a message hiding:
Mansard's recipe for vinyl siding.
Flatbush would be a town of brick no more
But a sea of yellow vinyl from roof to floor.
To fell a foe with such a sinister scheme
The Barrel Maker had to build a team.
The Stream, The Rock, The Iron and The Gold
Together make the band which is YE OLDE.



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