MSR'S TRACKSTORIES
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Track #1: Mainly instrumental reel...
Featuring Killer Tracks library work; STUDIO ELECTRONICS analog synth joints; EMU Analogia Project CD Rom and Third Stone Records master tapes––"Give 'em they tapes!"

Track #2: Blue Note "Theriot"...
From the mighty mighty Paul Jackson Jr's The Power of the String, featuring THERIOT (that's me––Cajun alter ego) producing and playing everything 'cept the guitar. The nice Nicholas Cooper and Lynn Davis with the smooth BGV assist.

Track #3: Super Mario Bro's reel.
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Paper Mario highlights (Right Malcolm?).

Track #4: Propaganda Games reel...
(Since you're in game mode already) Why not entertain these RoboTheriot cues imagined for Disney. Exec'd by legendary Sound Designer guru and killah composer Sean Charles. Remember there is a silent "T" in there.
Bonus Theriot/Scroggins Cue

Track #5: St. Regis the Band...
Just a singer (and co-writer) here; well, there were three of us, counting vocal diva Sheree Ford, founding member and brother Greg St. Regis when he liked to play and was killin' those keyboard parts "like you know he did it this time!"

Track #6: St. Regis the Band cont.

Michael Sembello's blues-informed guitar playing and BGVs makes this co-write with him worth repeated listenenings, not to mention what brother Gregory Joseph's earthy the vocals bring...
Bonus St. Regis track

Track #7: Deep down and dirty blues to flight...
Frederick O' Reily is hands down the best soul singer in L.A.; maybe all of the Americas. He clutches your garment with note 1 and by the 2nd verse he just destroys any and all hope you had of considering yourself a singer of songs––and he can play that guitar my dude. Uknown Classic here...

Track #8: A Track for Patty...
Writer and player on this lovely gospel-flavored "confession" ballad rough. My boys Kenya Nelson and keyboard ace Tommy Coster rounding out this personal fav.––and yo this singer is magic.

Track #9: Mozart Master Mix...
Remixer for Backbeat compliant Stravinsky and beneficiary of a numinous copying error that always brings Julie Harkness' smile and her "sounds like Christmas" comment to mind.

Track #10: C.O.D.E. Rock-Funk swagger.
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Percy Bady's best "under ten" musical minutes, thanks in part to fellow Chicagoian Catero Colbert (no relation), whose sister I never did meet when designing for the Smashing Pumpkins just this spring in Chi-Town. Saw the tulips though...

Track #11: The Filter Tip reel...

Sound Design and editing in Mono never felt so good.

Track #12: Yes, I can hear the sound of the ocean son...

I only wanted to sound like Herbie (Hancock), when I grew up––and he said I did at NAMM several years back!

Track #13 (While Supplies Last!): St. Regis & SONNY ROLLINS on the saxophone...

Enough said.

Thanks for listening and reading; and if you were wondering, that is my mom in a dress made by my her mom in a photo taken by my dad...
MSR
12-1-07