MANOLIS MANOUSAKIS   Composer / Sound Artist

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Yellow Car

YELLOW CAR
Joe Tornabene and Manolis Manousakis

1. The Second Brain
Joe Tornabene-Baritone Saxophone; Ilan David Manouach-Soprano Saxophone; Nikos Papavranousis-Drums

2. Yellow Car
Joe Tornabene-voice; Manolis Manousakis-electro-acoustic composition

3. Tenacious Swimmer
Joe Tornabene-single track solo Baritone Saxophone

4. X-2-1
Joe Tornabene-Alto Saxophone; Manolis Manousakis-electro-acoustic composition; Ekavi Doumas-voice

5. Read Rod
Joe Tornabene-Baritone Saxophone, voice; Ilan David Manouach-Soprano Saxophone; Nikos Papavranousis-Drums

6. On Being A Hell’s Angel
Joe Tornabene-Alto Saxophone, voice; Manolis Manousakis-electro-acoustic composition

7. Balances
Joe Tornabene-Baritone Saxophone, voice; Ilan David Manouach-Soprano Saxophone; Nikos Papavranousis-Drums

8. Scratch and Sniff
Manolis Manousakis, electro-acoustic composition based on Live Samples By Joe Tornabene and Manolis Manousakis

9. Medicrate
Joe Tornabene-Baritone Saxophone; Manolis Manousakis Live Electronics

10. Give—Me—5
Joe Tornabene-Baritone Saxophone, voice; Manolis Manousakis-electro-acoustic composition

All texts by Joe Tornabene ©2008 Recorded at MaCo Studio, Athens, Greece, between November 2007 and May 2008 Recording Engineer: Manolis Manousakis Mastered at Studio 19, Athens, Greece Produced by Manolis Manousakis and Joe Tornabene Art Work: Christos Laksaris Contact: manolis.manousakis@yahoo.com Special Thanks to: Ilan David Manouach Nikos Papavranousis Ekavi Doumas Geraldine Biencourt Constantinos Evangelidis

Texts for Yellow Car
All texts by Joe Tornabene ©2008

Yellow Car

Yesterday, walking down the street, we found the car. The keys were in the car. The car was bright yellow. We knew it would be because we saw it in a dream the other night. Yes it was the yellow car of the dream.
In it was the golden key…the door was…..convertible, so we didn’t have to crash anything anyway….
Well, she was sitting in the passenger side, the bucket seat, the red-leather bucket seat….there she was, sitting there….oh, long, long legs…