John Ruskan | Fever

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Fever

by John Ruskan

80's New Wave Rock Electronic Music and Songs produced on the Oberheim OB 8.
Genre: Rock: 80's Rock
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1. Talk to Me
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2. First Time
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3. 248
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4. Fever
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5. I Am Always the One
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6. It's Your Eyes
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7. Ob 1
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8. It's Just in Style
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9. The News
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10. Heart to Heart
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11. X
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This album, completed in 1984, was the last of the three New Wave albums John recorded at his 16-track pro recording studio in NYC.The FEVER album was significant for John because it represented moving forward as an artist. John felt drawn to the emerging musical world of electronic instruments, with their stunning and unique range of sounds. He left behind the guitar as his main instrument, and from this period forward, all his compositions have been keyboard-synthesizer based. This album was created entirely on the legendary Oberhiem OB-8, inclulding all percussion, except for a drum machine used on JUST IN STYLE.
Most of these pieces are instrumentals, as John experimented with making his music more "arty." At the same time, however, he tried to move into more commercial directions with his cover of the classic Fever, in response to repeated feedback from record companies that his music was too "esoteric" for most folks.

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