THEME FROM TURNPIKE

 

THEME FROM TURNPIKE
dEUS
june 1996
BANG! - island
tom barman
stef kamil carlens
julle de borgher
klaas janzoons
craig ward
contributing artists: eric drew feldman
01: theme from turnpike
02: worried about satan
03: overflow
04: my little contessa

A very fine single, this. Theme from turnpike already was a beast of a track, it rightfully deserved to be the first single of In a bar under the sea. This version is edited of course, losing part of the chaotic end it has on the album. Still, if you want this, you probably already have the album, and you are more interested in the b-sides.
First of all- Rudy is nowhere to be seen on this single. I just included this single because….um…Oh well, the cover is a painting by Rudy! (sorry)
Worried about satan is a cheerful, fast guitar pop song which has much in common with My wife Jan from the Little Arithmetics single. Overflow is a Wil Oldham inspired, typical Tom Barman acoustic song with a very slow pace. My little Contessa is a terrific 4-track recording by Klaas Janzoons, combining piano, violin, some samples and pure noise. I love this kind of work- hopefully Klaas will ever release something from his ‘Seven deadly violins’ solo-project. To get an idea, two more songs of his are on My sister=my clock, which is still widely available.
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