Mark Rabin - What I Do mp3 flac
- Album: What I Do
- MP3: 1851 mb | FLAC: 1745 mb
- Released: 1983
- Style: Synth-pop, Indie Pop
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 991
- Format: ASF MP1 DMF DTS DXD VOX MPC
Rabin, in guitar circles, is a very revered player. He is a virtuoso musician who can play anything he sets his mind to. After touring the world and making his mark on music, Rabin left the limelight to write movie scores. While he has written the scores for several hit movies including Rock Star, Bad Company, Exorcist: The Beginning, Snakes on a Plane, National Treasure: Book of Secrets, Race to Witch Mountain and Get Smart, among others, his fans don’t count that as making music. What they want is a non-cinematic album that showcases the many styles of Trevor Rabin
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TREVOR RABIN is a Crossover Prog, Progressive Rock artist from South Africa. This album, his fourth as soloist, was released almost at the same time as the "Anderson, Bruford, Wakeman, Howe" album, an album which Jon Anderson recorded with those other then former members of the band, being tired of the music direction that YES was having then. YES lost Anderson since late 1988, so the band was on hiatus, without a lead singer.
Union is the thirteenth studio album by the English rock band Yes, released on 30 April 1991 by Arista Records. Production began in 1990 following the amalgamation of two bands featuring current and previous members of Yes at the time: Yes, consisting of Chris Squire, Trevor Rabin, Tony Kaye, and Alan White; and Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe (ABWH), consisting of Jon Anderson, Steve Howe, Rick Wakeman, and Bill Bruford.
In 1977, Rabin recorded and released his first solo album, Beginnings, for RPM Records. It was recorded in approximately six and a half weeks in Johannesburg. He recalled: "I don't think I ever left the studio at that time. In 1979, Rabin released his second solo album, Face to Face. He promoted the album with a UK tour as an opening act for guitarist Steve Hillage. In 1989 and 1990, Rabin completed a solo tour of the US with drummer Lou Molino III, bassist Jim Simmons, and keyboardist Mark Mancina. Recordings from the tour were used on the live album Live in LA released in 2003, featuring songs from Wolf, 90125, and Big Generator. In addition to his solo work, Rabin worked on new music with Supertramp singer Roger Hodgson who was asked to replace Anderson as Yes's singer.
The 1994 album memorably featured Yes’ return to episodic compositions on Endless Dream, a track that reconnects with the band’s artistic triumphs of decades before. In fact, Yes hadn’t done such long-form work since Machine Messiah on 1980’s Drama. Meanwhile, for fans of their more recent successes, State of Play was powered along by Trevor Rabin’s crunchy guitar. And yet Talk became the first album by Yes not to crack the Billboard Top 20 since its seminal period at the turn of the 1970s. Neither appears to have considered the fact that no one would be listening, much less that no one has since.
Today however, Rabin and Yes luminaries, Jon Anderson and Rick Wakeman have combined forces to form ARW; a five piece unit to which he refers as aggressive and Tough. Yes; you know what? I’ve just got to come out and say it; for lack of a better term, we are tough sounding. Rabin states that he enjoys writing new material but the band is cautious about debuting it or testing it out on the road; the reason? Social Media. So far I’ve been writing much of the new material. Rick and Jon are definitely involved but we’re going on tour and the new album is not done so we won’t be playing any new songs off of it just yet. We’d love to test the waters but the problem is that it would wind up on You Tube and we’re still not done revising some things and we just didn’t want that.
Uh, I see 'em try but they can’t do what I do (what I do) What I do (what I do) Yeah, and I’m gon’ die before the day that I lose (that I lose) That I lose (that I lose) Bitch I am the man muhfucka, the man muhfucka Bring the horns in like. tell you what I'm fin to do (wassup) Finna put my city on the map (ok) Then I'm going to keep it there (that’s tight) Post up in a tight spot (alright) Then bring my people there (that’s wassup) Teach them how to grind, how to climb on that fucking ladder How to keep that money on their mind.
Adam Rabin Where Prog Rock meets Geek Rock. Adam Rabin is a Vermont trumentalist who has also played with Elephants of Scotland, Mailbox, and musical improv troupe She Thicc. Save for one guitar solo by EoS bandmate Bob Gagnon, Rabin plays all of the instruments himself. The album, free of the rock band conventions, explores different arrangements and styles - Middle Eastern, acoustic, orchestral, and even a jazz standard-like ballad. Rabin and long-time collaborator Greg Skillman keep the lyrics relatable - not so esoteric or mysterious.
|A1||I Have Got To Be Alone (With You)||2:19|
|A2||What I Do||3:20|
|A3||We Haven't Even Met||2:44|
|A4||Good Things Come In Small Packages||2:36|
|A5||Tell Me What You Want||3:11|
|B1||Fear Of Rejection||2:47|
|B2||Did I Care Too Much||2:42|
|B3||Can't Make Love||2:53|
|B5||I Won't Be Sad||3:53|
- Copyright (c) – Ooo Maow Music/ASCAP
- Design – Lesley Weissman
- Drums – Michael Carlito
- Engineer – Peter Seplow
- Guitar, Backing Vocals – Richard Boukas
- Mastered By – Jack Adelman
- Music By, Vocals – Mark Rabin
- Photography By – Martin Benjamin
NotesRecorded & Mixed at Spectrum Recorders, Lanesborough, Mass.
Mastered At RCA Studios, NYC
Fido Records, PO Box 3069 / Albany, NY 12203