An entirely unknown, recently rediscovered album by Ennio Morricone, it's that good. Trabants have made an exceptional homage to Messr. Morricone. Brilliant.
Favorite track: Campfire Tales.
Here is Trabants' new album! A psychedelic Spaghetti Western Surf Rock Garage Circus in the vein of the of the great Italian exploitation film soundtracks of the 1960's.
This album was a labor of love meticulously constructed over 3 years in analog fashion and is now presented to the public by the fine folks at Lolipop Records.
released November 23, 2018
written, produced, recorded and mixed by Eric Penna
except "Daddy's Got a Big Bad Gun"
Written by Eric Penna and Celene Ramadan
Andy Bicherton - drums on ”Last Man Standing”
Glenn Brigman - Farfisa on 6, 8, 12
Pete Curry - Drums on 2 and 15
Mikey Holland - Drums on 3 and 16
Anthony Leva - String bass on 1, 2, 4, 8, 13
Mike McCulLagh - Whistling on “The Troubadour"
Tara Milch - Flute on 4, Whistling on 5
Bryan Murphy - Trumpet on 1, 4, 10, 14,
Eric Penna - except where noted: all guitars, basses,
harpsichord, percussion, keyboards, drums on “Parlour Music”
Prom Queen - Vocals on “Daddy's Got a Big Bad Gun"
Miles Senzaki - Drums on 1, 5, 6, 8, 9, 13,
Recorded at the following locations with additional engineering credits as follows:
Grandma's Dojo - Los Angeles, CA - Engineer / Drum Production: Miles Senzaki
Hughes Tower Laboratory - Los Angeles, CA
The Pow Wow Fun Room - Culver City, CA Engineer / Production: Pete Curry
Lolipop Studio - Los Angeles, CA
New Alliance Studio - Cambridge, MA
Studio 52 - Allston, MA
The warehouse of Curtis Berak - Downtown Los Angeles, CA
Watch City Studio - Waltham, MA Engineering / Drum Production: Jack Younger
Lakeview Sound - Lynnfield, MA
Mixed at Lakeview Sound - Lynnfield, MA
Mastered By Nick Zampiello at New Alliance East
all songs (c) Trabants 2018 Published by A Quoi Bon Music ASCAP
Presented By Lolipop Records
Named after the diminutive and once ubiquitous Eastern European automobile, Trabants is a rotating line-up of musicians who
find their muse in the dusty bins of 60's beat records.
Fronted by composer Eric Penna, they play an all-instrumental mix of surf, garage, psych and soundtrack music from around the world....more
supported by 15 fans who also own “Nel Cuore Di Una Terra Selvaggia”
There is nothing 'minus' about this Tikiyaki extended play, The bongos that are so-well mic'ed in 'Pearl Diver' set a mood that will help get through any cold weather blahs. Well played, extremely well played. Mahalo plenty. jukeboxphantom