Joe Romersa | The Strange Uncle Joe

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The Strange Uncle Joe

by Joe Romersa

Strange experimental soundscapes of mental exploration through music.
Genre: Electronic: Experimental
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1. The Spikeback
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2. Sci-fi Volcano
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3. Wind in Space
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4. Sumptin
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5. What Was This
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6. Salad On the Side
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7. Jeff On Guitar
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8. Cello High School 73
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9. Weird Blue
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10. Darx
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11. Play Your Room
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12. Funk Orik Straw
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13. Little Spiders
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14. Jump and Guru
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15. Ta Bwee Da Da
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16. The Cat
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17. Cross Country
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18. The Dance of the Elephants
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19. Marlin Man
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20. Army of Monkeys
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21. Sad
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Joe Romersa releases a new batch of sound, some would consider music,
and calls it "The Strange Uncle Joe".

No lyrics, just music, except "Salad On The Side" which is all voice.
Experimental in nature, textures of sound mixed in a state of mind,
sliced into 21 pieces and served on a hot CD.

If your ears are searching for something strange but not offensive,
let "The Strange Uncle Joe" be it.

Some of these tracks contain elements of traditional grooves and melody, and Joe still has roots firmly planted in a Beatle Love, Melody and Rock and Roll, but underneath it all is a very strange side, rarely seen, but often occurring side of Joe Romersa.

Like his Past Masters, imagine if you will... these are tracks that have been hidden in a pile of data called "Forgotten, But Not Lost". Now released so Joe can move on, to the next level.

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