Pedigree releases another cool fm instrumental

PED F034 Tremolo – Black suits big guitars

Lonely Highway by the fingers malone ensemble

by Elliot
Posted February 28th, 2011 at 4:00 pm

Why did writers Geoff Smith, Tim Bazell, Shawn Lee, Alex and myself step back into time and enter the world of the Tremolo?

Was it because Dick Dale was there in the 60’s, having a great time, and we wanted to be there too? Was it to see whether using exactly the same instruments, microphones, recording techniques and studio setups would produce the same results as it did in the 60’s? Was it a protest against the trend of preset using laptop music makers by bringing together a set of top session players? Was is because we all fancied being the heroes of a Tarantino film?

The WilsonThe Ampeg

I guess it was a bit of every thing.  Some of the highlights were having Pete from The Vacinnes take time out of his touring to play some bad ass drums. Doran Edwards from ‘Weird Dreams’ takes to the ‘Gretsch’ through an AC30 in Geoff’s stairwell in East London. Aaron Liddard, who’s endless list of credits include Prince, Amy Winehouse, Mark Ronson, Rose Royce blows on Tim’s track ‘Pulp Fever’ and last but not least Chris Whittingham plays the most beautiful Tremolo guitar on my ‘Raised in Fire’.

The ValvesThe Springs

This picture is of Tim and engineer Robert King are laying down and Fender Jaguar part for ‘Running through Tokyo’ followed by some 60’s Luwdwig mother of pearl kit we grew seriously found of over during the making of the album.

Tim & Robert

A big thanks to everyone who contributed on this album: Thanks to Colin O’Reilly (Fingers Malone), Tim Bazell, Robert King, Geoff Smith, Shawn Lee, Tom Greenwood, Shawn Lee, Doran Edwards, Aaron Liddard Chris Whittingham, Paul Ablett & Uber-Pete. Tremolo is available from all the usual places. Enjoy!!

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Tremolo by Pedigree Cuts

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About the fingers malone ensemble

drums and mpc and keyboards and synthesizers and compressors
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