Jim Cooley | Cold Again

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Cold Again

by Jim Cooley

Hard Rock, Jazz, Indie; this is the music of Jim Cooley.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Cold Again
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This song is reworked from a song my high school band, Chicos’ Groove, did. You can watch a video of us performing the song, Available With Absence, on my YouTube channel.

I experimented a bit more with Vocoder on this one. It’s not as salient as the vocoder used in Lunar Twilight, but it really helped carry the melody as well as crescendo the diminished chord at the end of the chorus.

The glockenspiel is a favorite of mine. It was a gift from my mom. I picked this particular glockenspiel out because it cost $22, is clearly a kid toy, and plays like a charm! We used it on Silent Trio’s All In A Day’s Work.

The chords for Cold Again were inspired by Time, an Alan Parson’s Project song I first heard from a Mr. Bungle bootleg VHS. During this song on the VHS, Mike Patton is rubbing the head of a stage-diver he had previously hit with his mic. Crazy. The outro chords are similar to The Commodores’ Easy. The quarter-note piano during the outro was inspired by Jay Z a la Empire State of Mind or Hard-Knocked Life.

The bass distortion is thanks to Nathan Curry’s Tub Screamer, two distortion pedals in one with a screaming tub painted on the pedal.



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