This collaboration, features Andy "Mr. Fab" Awigza on mystery horn and is one of many tunes we have done over the years.  The original tune was removed from the internet by me many years ago prompted by online hatred.  I just decided not to share strange and beautiful things with ugly people.  Let's see what happens at IMS.  Ladies and ah, well, ladies this tune is simply the moment Daphne fell in love set to music.  I hope you enjoy.

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8 Responses to “Daphne”

  1. There is a lot going on all at once in this track (almost all at once, at least during the first minute or so).
    It brings to mind what one might consider a number of thought processes, moving at a thousand miles an hour, all at once.
    I think I like your description of it better though “the moment Daphne fell in Love.”
    Very Avant-Garde.

    • That first minute spins as it wobbles, and, the relative time undulates, a very unique sensation indeed, thanks for your interest in this composition, it features bold dissonance and complex rhythms. Andy did his usual fabulous work on this one.


  2. It has a fusion undercurrent going on from the start and then getting a little avant guard. I don’t know why it would trigger online hatred. Reminds me of the Purple Lagoon and Greggory Peccary by Zappa a bit too. Daphne might have some emotional problems! Heh, heh!

    • I have had the Zappa chair at MJ for many years, so it is not surprising to hear your kind words, but I would deny any semblance. Try https://www.macjams.com/song/82578 a cover of Zappa’s “Hungry Freaks” off the Freak Out lp, commemorates the 50th year of release for that recording. It’s a straight tribute track…
      Daphne was an emotionally stable young lady, she just experienced what is often termed something like “the lightning bolt” in lady literature. I just wrote the music for how she described her encounter with fate. Thanks for commenting. Enjoying your tracks here at IMS.


  3. I like it. I suppose one could hear some Zappa in there, but the horn is reminiscent of some of those sound tracks from the 50’s and 60’s movies I use to watch. Really nice work altogether.

  4. Insanely interesting track! Zappa meets Lizard-era King Crimson!

    Andy rules doesn’t he? I did a few collabs with him back in the day. He always delivers the goods. Does he know you’ve posted this?

    You never cease to amaze my canine friend!

    No hate here so far. I think the key is staying out of the Forums and saying what must be said via song. But what do I know?


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