Kiss My Jazz - In Doc's Place Friday Evening

Project: Mauro Pawlowski
Released: 1996

Format(s): CD (Album)

Mauro plays on all three Kiss My Jazz albums - In a Service Station, In the Lost Souls Convention, In Doc's Place Friday Evening, and performed during many of their live shows including the final AB shows back in January 2000.


1Slumming It With The King Of Wilrijk0:27
2The Stud v/s Drunk Kid4:55
3Burn In Hell1:46
4Tropic Of Cancer3:17
5A Greater Loss Than Pain3:46
6Roving Eye1:09
7Livina's Love Theme1:39
14Lovers And Place3:30
15Beautiful Losers1:00
16Life After Drinks1:31
17Last House At The Edge Of The Park2:00
18Expansive Basehead4:18
19Dave's Hat Talk0:43
20Mute Fish4:05

File under : Jazz, Rock (Jazz-Rock, Art Rock, Contemporary Jazz)

Layout Bassy (3)
Mixed By Frank Duchêne
Mixed By Gowie Meeusen
Mixed By Marc Meulemans
Mixed By Nick Pyall
Painting [Front Picture From A Painting By] Rudy Trouvé
Photography By Denis Malbille
Photography By [Front Picture] Jacki Billet
Producer Bernardo Fernandez
Producer Kiss My Jazz
Recorded By Aarich Jespers
Recorded By Bernardo Fernandez
Recorded By Dirk Bulkens
Recorded By Rudy Trouvé
Sleeve Notes Rudy Trouvé
Sleeve Notes [Translated By] Craig Ward
Words By, Music By Kiss My Jazz

Everything recorded in January 1995 on 8-track except track 3 recorded on 8-track in 1994; tracks 5, 8 (the last part), 9, 14 & 16 recorded on 4-track; track 19 recorded on cassette. All overdubs at Music Plant except track 21 at Galaxy. Everything mixed at Rondor Studio, London except tracks 14 & 18 mixed at Music Plant; track 16 mixed at Ghosttown; track 21 mixed at Galaxy. Track 1: A 4-track recording by Aarich Jespers. Track 2: This song has its origins in the heaven hotel basement circa 1991. Track 3: Written with a 4-track in 1993. Track 4: Used to be an impro in D and still more or less is. Track 5: On 4-track 1991. Track 6: An Aarich Jespers 4-track affair, heavily overdubbed at Music Plant by KMJ. Track 7: Used to be an instrumental, now isn't. Track 8: An improvisation which ends with another Aarich 4-track thing. Track 9: Yet another 4-track adventure, also featuring a short poem by Craig. Track 10: Starts out as a cheap Chet Baker tribute, ends up a film noir mortuary song. Track 11: One of the oldest of all Kiss My Jazz songs, dating back to the basement years. Track 12: One of the newest of all Kiss My Jazz songs, not dating back to anywhere. Track 13: An impro! Overdubbed expansively by Heyme. Track 14: Recorded onto 4-track in Aarich's living room. Overdubbed at Music Plant. Track 15: Yet another Aarich 4-track escapade. Track 16: Recorded onto 4-track in Rudy Trouvé's bedroom. Track 17: Written during recording. Track 18: Originally written in 1993. Played live extensively until it became this. Track 19: Dave Robertson talking about clothing in a living room. Track 20: Almost as ancient as "Penetrator". Track 21: A fish to water. Transport is progress. Title spelled in the booklet as "Bus Stop". ℗ & © 1996 Heavenhotel presents Made in Holland Printed in Holland. Stef Kamil Carlens appeared by courtesy from Island. Mauro Pawlowski appeared by courtesy from A&M. Track numbering in the booklet was wrong. There were two track numbers 5 and no track 18.

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