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John Tabacco And Meryl Mathews - Fuzzy Gray Logic

John Tabacco And Meryl Mathews - Fuzzy Gray Logic
Performer: John Tabacco And Meryl Mathews
Title: Fuzzy Gray Logic
Country: US
Genre: Jazz / Rock
Style:AOR, Alternative Rock, Pop Rock, Jazz-Rock
Released: 02 Sep 2016
Catalog number: 007
Label: F of X Records
MP3 album szie: 1072 mb
FLAC album size: 1553 mb

Tracklist

1People Of The 90's
Electric Guitar – Chris PatiHarmony Vocals – Donna Bach-HeitnerKeyboards, Drum Programming – Meryl MathewsLead Vocals, Keyboards, Drum Programming, Backing Vocals, Editor, Orchestrated By – John Tabacco
05:38
2Feels so Good This Time
Backing Vocals – Heather RushforthElectric Guitar – Gerry PalisiKeyboards – Meryl MathewsLead Vocals, Drum Programming, Bass, Backing Vocals – John Tabacco
03:38
3Knew That I'd Find Love in You
Drum Programming, Bass, Keyboards – John TabaccoElectric Guitar – Jim DexterLead Vocals, Keyboards, Harmony Vocals – Meryl Mathews
04:50
4Last Days
Keyboards – Meryl Mathews
02:26
53 Cheers 4 The Cadillac
Backing Vocals – Donna Bach-HeitnerBacking Vocals, Piano – Meryl MathewsRemix, Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Keyboards – John Tabacco
04:21
6I Could Never Play 4 Keeps
Electric Guitar – Drew ZinggEngineer – Nick DiMauroHarmony Vocals – Donna Bach-HeitnerKeyboards, Drum Programming – Meryl MathewsLead Vocals, Drum Programming, Bass, Keyboards – John Tabacco
04:06
7Things Are Looking Up
Acoustic Guitar – Anthony PomesHarmony Vocals – Donna Bach-HeitnerKeyboards, Backing Vocals – Meryl MathewsLead Vocals, Drum Programming, Remix, Mixed By – John Tabacco
04:47
8What's the Difference?
Electric Guitar – Gerry PalisiKeyboards – Meryl MathewsLead Vocals, Drum Programming, Harmony Vocals, Bass – John Tabacco
06:00
9Stage Fright Lover
Backing Vocals – Donna Bach-Heitner, Marci GellerElectric Bass – Mitch CohnElectric Guitar – Gerry PalisiKeyboards, Backing Vocals – Meryl MathewsLead Vocals, Drum Programming, Remix – John Tabacco
04:13
10Don't Run Away
Backing Vocals – Donna Bach-Heitner, Marci GellerElectric Guitar – Jim DexterHarmony Vocals, Keyboards, Bass – Meryl MathewsLead Vocals, Drum Programming, Keyboards – John TabaccoRhythm Guitar – Chris PatiTenor Saxophone – Mystery Sax Man
04:50
11Somethin' To Believe In
Backing Vocals – Donna Bach-HeitnerElectric Guitar – Gerry PalisiKeyboards – Meryl MathewsLead Vocals, Drum Programming, Keyboards – John Tabacco
03:21
12Satin Lies
Backing Vocals – Donna Bach-HeitnerBacking Vocals, Keyboards – Meryl MathewsBass – Greg JonesDrums, Engineer – Todd TurkisherElectric Guitar, Organ – Gerry PalisiLead Vocals, Backing Vocals – John Tabacco
03:45
13Another Nite Out On The Town
Keyboards, Vocals, Horns – Meryl MathewsLead Vocals, Drum Programming, Keyboards – John TabaccoViolin – Todd Reynolds
06:10
14Sometimes I Wish I Had A Clone
Electric Guitar – Chris PatiKeyboards, Sounds, Backing Vocals – Meryl MathewsLead Vocals, Drum Programming, Keyboards, Sounds, Harmony Vocals – John Tabacco
05:41
15Too Many Wasted Nights
Electric Guitar – Gerry PalisiHarmony Vocals, Drum Programming, Remix, Keyboards – John TabaccoKeyboards – Meryl MathewsLead Vocals – Donna Bach-Heitner
03:28
16No Folks Left from the Old School
Electric Guitar – Gerry PalisiEngineer – Gian DiMauroKeyboards, Bass – Meryl MathewsLead Vocals, Drum Programming, Electric Organ – John TabaccoViolin – Todd ReynoldsVocals – Donna Bach-Heitner
04:39
172 Steps Forward /1 Step Back
Bass – Mike FrostElectric Guitar, Slide Guitar – Jim HickeyKeyboards, Backing Vocals – Meryl MathewsLead Vocals, Drum Programming, Keyboards – John Tabacco
03:51

Credits

  • Co-producer, Arranged By, Performer, Mixed ByMeryl Mathews
  • Co-producer, Arranged By, Recorded By, Mixed By, PerformerJohn Tabacco

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FUZZY GRAY BACKGROUND...

It all started on a cold, damp, gray day in the fall of '88. I was hanging out on a kids swing set while waiting for John Tabacco to show up for our first writing session over at BACKDOOR RECORDING STUDIOS (that's another whole story). Anyway, he was a bit late and I was starting to wonder if it was going to happen at all that day. Well it did. We wrote "THE CLONE SONG" and FGL was born...well at least the idea was conceived. Our styles clicked immediately and soon the joy of recording together permeated our lives. As we forged onward, a sound became apparent and it was time to get other musicians involved. Donna Bach, a singer songwriter with whom I had collaborated over the years, began contributing vocals as well as some lyrics and melodies. Other players who have found themselves recording and or playing live with us, for not a lot of money I might add, have included : Gerry Palisi, electric guitar, Todd Reynolds, violin (in between European jaunts with Steve Reich), Drew Zingg (of Steely Dan Orchestra fame) on guitar, Todd Turkisher (drummer for David Byrne), Lady Gaga's bass guitarist Mitch Cohn and guitarist, friend and Tuesday morning 90.1 WUSB disc jockey Jim Dexter.

We thank them and everybody else who have been kind enough to participate in our musical endeavors. 3 Cheers
- Meryl Mathews

Meryl and I had spent a year or two trying to come up with the perfect name for our collaboration or "group" as it were. At first we booked ourselves in a few coffee houses in the early 90's as "There's No Name". Nobody got it when they asked for the name of the group. So we then went under "Caught Between Two Worlds" which was sort of like "caught between two girls", Meryl - JT - Donna Bach. But that didn't stick. Eventually we arrived at Fuzzy Gray Logic because that was what we were. Our melding of influences was a bit fuzzy with a bit of twisted logic in the lyrics and "gray", referring to the sometimes cerebral qualities to our songs. I don't know. It was a long time ago. Maybe it just sounded good. Anyway, we were just a boy and a girl with similar background influences testing the waters, tossing around musical ideas that we thought would be fun to listen to... In fact, five of these tunes originated during one night long session we had at Backdoor Studios in Huntington Station, NY. That night sparked us to complete this collection.
-JT

All music produced and mixed by :
John Tabacco and Meryl Mathews
Engineered by John Tabacco
SA3 Mastering : Bob Ball
Recorded at Backdoor Studios, Huntington Station, NY
Modern Voices Recording Studios, Centerport, NY
Sonic Underground Studios, Stony Brook, NY
The Turkish Sweat Club, Lyers, NY
CD design © 1994 by Farben Fosfeen Artwerks and Meryl Mathews
Photography at JT's Room in Modern Voices Studio in Centerport, NY by Kerry Lafferty
Original printing by Joel Rabinowitz

Who played what?:
John Tabacco : Lead vocal, Acoustic guitar, Keyboards, Programming
Meryl Mathews : Keyboards, Programming, Vocals
Donna Bach : Vocals
Marci Geller : Backup vocals
Heather Rushforth : Backup vocals
Jim Dexter : Electric Guitar
Jim Hickey : Electric guitar
Paul Kayen : Electric guitar
Gerry Palisi : Electric guitar
Chris Pati : Electric guitar, Assistant engineer
Dave Soloman : Electric Guitar
Drew Zingg : Electric guitar
Mitch Coen : Bass
Mike Frost : Fretless bass
Greg Jones : Bass
Todd Reynolds : Electric violin
Stan Delman : Saxophone
Todd Turkisher : Drums
Gian DiMauro : Assistant engineer, Backup vocals
Nick DiMauro ; Assistant engineer, Backup vocals
Scotto Savitt : Grunts
Stan Delman : Saxophone

All music and lyrics © 1988 - 1994 by :
John Tabacco and Meryl Mathews
Published by It Iz What It Iz Music (SESAC) / Zackeroo Music (ASCAP) - except :

I COULD NEVER PLAY FOR KEEPS:
Music © 1990 by John Tabacco and Meryl Mathews
Lyrics © 1990 by John Tabacco, Meryl Mathews, Donna Bach-Heitner
Published by It Iz What It Iz Music (SESAC) / Zackeroo Music (ASCAP) / Bachitome Music (ASCAP)

TOO MANY WASTED NIGHTS, PEOPLE OF THE 90’s, CAN'T CHANGE THESE BLACK EYES TO BLUE :
Music and Lyrics © 1992 by Meryl Mathews, Donna Bach- Heitner, John Tabacco
Published by Zackeroo Music (ASCAP) / Bachitome Music (ASCAP) / It Iz What It Iz Music (SESAC)

SATIN LIES :
Music by © 1994 by John Tabacco, Meryl Mathews, Todd Turkisher
Lyrics by © 1994 by John Tabacco, Meryl Mathews
Published by It Iz What It Iz Music (SESAC) / Zackeroo Music (ASCAP)

LAST DAYS :
Music © 1990 by Meryl Mathews
Published by Zackeroo Music (ASCAP)

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 191018078027

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