To all the people who couldn´t be with us on our Record Release Party… we shot this little Video. Enjoy!
Taken from the Album “Tales Of A Thirsty Swamp”
Arranged, recorded and produced by Don´t You Like Dead Musicians 2015/16
Don’t tell me to be proud of my country – to show some national identity
How could i identify – when racism still exists nearby
Don’t tell me about equality – when deportation is reality
Everybody is talking about integration – when a refugee is still seen as the burden of a nation
What if you throw your hammer – it’s coming back to you
What is the point of human revolt – when it’s just a line of attack of the same old devil
You can’t hide away from responsibility because everything you do you’re doing to me
What if you throw your hammer
(words/music Flo Kern)
© 2016 Roggero/Martin/Kern
Matteo Roggero – Double Bass and Bows
Johannes Martin – Drums & Percussion
Flo Kern – Vocals, Weißenborn, Electric Guitar
Our dear guests:
Adrian Krug – Blues Harp
Maria Schüritz – Backing Vocals
“Within Our Gates”
produced by Oscar Micheaux (considered the first African-American film director) in 1919
This is the oldest known surviving print by an African-American director.
by Billy Bitzer 1904
-taken with respect from free archive.
It took us some time… Now we´re so happy to announce that the album is available as digital download on Bandcamp and will be released on Digipack soon.
13 Songs telling about …the search of the human race for peace of mind getting lost on all the various paths we are so free to choose the moments in between where the rush of the world seems to come to a halt and inspiration can occur in cosmic drips the desperate feelings all the abandoned people are likely to suffer the power to resist cynism where alluvial swamp forests are drying out the meaning still lies in the innocent feelings of a child…
sincerely yours! Flo Kern, Matteo Roggero, Johannes Martin
…Mit seiner knarzigen Stimme, seinem Rockerhabitus und seinen etwas anderen Songs war EvilMrSod auf jeden Fall ein willkommener Farbtupfer des Festivals