Fellow blogger Marc Wasserman (of Marco On The Bass) has a cool new video out. His band Rude Boy George, who specialize in a mix of Ska and new wave synth pop, turned to a classic by Blondie for their new video “Atomic.”
It’s so good to see that they put their heart and soul into every detail of the project, using early computer retro stylings for the video clip.
Here are the liner notes:
“Atomic” is available for purchase on Trilby Records at http://rudeboygeorge.bandcamp.com/
For the best viewing experience, turn off “Night Shift” on Apple devices!
Rude Boy George
Love and Dancing
Engineered by James Dellatacoma of Orange Sound (Orange, NJ)
Produced, Mixed and Mastered by Wayne Lothian (Los Angeles, CA)
Written by Debbie Harry, Jimmy Destri (originally recorded and released in 1979)
Produced by: PB&J Productions LLC
Director: John Buckley
***Trilby Records has secured mechanical license(s) pursuant to Section 115 of the United States Copyright Act from the Rightsholder(s) of the compositions listed above.
Rude Boy George is:
Roger Apollon Jr. – Lead Vocals
Pamela Buckley – Keyboards, Organs, Synths
Jackie Chasen – Alto and Bari Sax, Vocals
Jesse Gosselin – Guitar, Vocals
Dave Heise – Drums
Megg Howe – Lead Vocals
Marc Wasserman – Bass
For more information, go to http://www.rudeboygeorge.com/”
Also, don’t forget to have a look at our “Reggae Steady Ska 2017 videos playlist with Rude Boy George and many others greats. .
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