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Studios - Curtains

John Frusciante

- Date de sortie : 25/01/2005

- Record Label : Record Collection

- Producteur : John Frusciante

- Référence :9362-????-2

Extrait Paroles Trad. Guitare Basse Batterie


01. The Past Recedes
02. Lever Pulled
03. Anne
04. The Real
05. A Name
06. Control
07. Your Warning
08. Hope
09. Ascension
10. Time Tonight
11. Leap Your Bar


Produced by John Frusciante
Engineered and mixed by Ryan Hewitt
Additional mixing by Chris Holmes
Recorded May 8-14 and 19-23, 2004
All songs written was written by John Frusciante
© 2004 Niandra LaDes Music/BMI
Mastered by Bernie Grundman, Bernie Grundman Mastering Hollywood, CA.
Cover Photograph by Lola Montes
Design by Mike Piscitelli and John Frusciante
Equipment by Dave Lee
Management by Q-Prime
John Frusciante : Vocals, Acoustic and electric guitars, electric bass, melodica, piano, string ensemble, mellotron, synthesizer, treatments
Carla Azar : Drums
Ken Wild : Upright Bass
Omar Rodriguez : Lead guitar on Lever Pulled and Joined lead guitars with John on Anne

Omar Rodriguez appears courtesy of Strummer Recordings / Universal Records
Carla Azar appears Courtsy of DMZ / Columbia Records


"I think this one is the best in terms of a pure listening experience. It's me singing and playing the acoustic guitar. It also has upright bass, and Carla from the band Autolux plays drums. I loved a feminime energy. My friend Omar Rodriguez of The Mars Volta played some guitar. He and I do these solo together where we're using the same amp at the same time. It definitely goes beyond the scope of what an acoustic album normally consist of"

Je pense que cet album est le meilleur en termes d’ecoute pure. C’est moi au chant et a la guitare acoustique. Il contient egalement de la basse lineaire, et Carla, du groupe Autolux, est à la batterie. J'ai apprécie une énergie féminine. Mon ami Omar Rodriguez de The Mars Volta a joué un peu de guitare. Lui et moi faisons ce solo ensemble ou nous utilisons le même ampli en même temps. 'Curtains' va vraiment au-dela de ce que l'on attend habituellement d’un album acoustique.

John Frusciante