The Headwhiz Consort Moderne Internationale | It's All About Me!

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It's All About Me!

by The Headwhiz Consort Moderne Internationale

Experimental World Jazz
Genre: World: New Music Ensemble
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This is an instrumental piece composed by our mallet player Lady Bret Fastley. It’s title is a reference to herself however she has pointed out that it could also be a reference to the newly minted POTUS Donald Trump a.k.a. President The Donald. While Lady Bret admits to her own vain glorious ways she is in awe of the massive ego that this particular POTUS has displayed and felt to mention him when we put this song up as a single for release.

“I mean anyone who goes into his TV ratings at the National Prayer Breakfast.... really....” Were Lady Brett's words specifically.

She also want to say that while his ego is impressive she would never vote for anyone like him as she finds him rather disgusting, crude, boorish and offensive. This is not necessarily a view the entire Consort holds (although it is not necessarily a view the entire Consort does not hold...). This is the first composition that Lady Bret has presented to the Consort for performance. We hope you like it.



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Susan Weber

Atmospheric & Captivating
This gorgeous piece is layered with emotion and imagination throughout, as I've come to expect from John McGrail and his many collaborators.