Cant You Feel the Night?
This C.D. has been a long time coming; there are a few songs from when I had my old band 'Hee-Say', (to read more about Hee-Say! Go to my web-site MILTONSCOZMICDEBREE.COM) and a song called 'Time & Again' By Dana Jones (which on the back of the C.D. reads ' Time & Time Again' Which is A Miss Print, I Don't Know How I Missed It But I Did, ' Dana I am Truly Sorry For This and Will Correct This With The Next Printing!) Also I Have Covered My Favorite ' PINK FLOYD ' Song 'FREE FOUR' and recorded Two New Tunes ' VIOLENT BLUE', This is About Not Only The 'Columbine Shootings' But All Shootings By Kids In Schools Or Otherwise, and 'Gotta Tell You Rosie' Which I Wrote For My Wife! And the lovely 'Rock Rose' Lends her Rock N Roll singing talents to the tracks: love's seed,violent blue,dana's song,free four,hurt,and the title track can't you feel the night! I was originally finished In 2000 But Decided to Re-mix the Whole Shebang! So along the way Sept. 11,2001 Happened so I Decided To revise A song called 'BARBARIANS' that I had done with Hee-Say, originally written for I think It was 'Pan-Am Flight 103 ' That was blown up over 'Lockerby Scotland', I have Re-Written The Lyrics To Reflect SEPT.11, 2001, But Most Of the Chorus Remains The Same.( 'But don't get me wrong, I in no way want any kind of war anywhere in the World. My thoughts in it were directed towards the 'select individuals' that were responsible for this 'horrible crime' against not only the U.S.A. but all of humanity. Not against any specific country, nationality, or religion. I would also like to say that I most certainly do not align myself with the ideology of the Bush administration & the Republican regime!') It is Dedicated To The Fallen And The Families Of The Fallen, And our Brothers And Sisters In The Armed Services That Fight The Fight, Not Only In Our Country But Everywhere These Terrible acts Take Place! It's Rock & Roll with many a flavor from begining to end. I hope you enjoy listening to it as much as I enjoyed recording it! Thanks for listening, Milton Madonia.