Ray Charles Ives / Clandestine Pedestrian
Album: Clandestine Pedestrian   Collection:Jazz
Artist:Ray Charles Ives   Added:Feb 2006
Label:High Mayhem  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2006-02-26 Pull Date: 2006-04-30 Charts: Jazz
Week Ending: Apr 30 Apr 23 Apr 9 Apr 2 Mar 19 Mar 12 Mar 5
Airplays: 2 1 1 1 3 2 1

Recent Airplay
1. Jul 24, 2009: Emphysema for Jesus
Clandestine Pedestrian
4. Apr 28, 2006: Memory Select
Theme From Ray Charles Ives
2. Apr 01, 2009: Soul Sensation
Clandestine Pedestrian
5. Apr 23, 2006: Multiple Personality Disorder
Clandestine Pedestrian
3. Dec 30, 2006: Multiple Personality Disorder
Clandestine Pedestrian
6. Apr 16, 2006: Multiple Personality Disorder

Album Review
Kremit The Horn
Reviewed 2006-02-20
Ray Charles Ives
Clandestine Pedestrian
RCI Music

Derivative over-dubbed jam/funk. Utterly worthless, EXCEPT that the first song happens to be perfect cheese. (I'm thinking for the next time Guy Ritchie wants to make a movie). All instrumental. Formula: Looped funk bassline, funk/ hip hop drums with lots of friendly fills, rhodes loops, soft electronic noises and a touch of glitch. Songs start bare with bass, then drums...adding more loops, build to climax, and then decrescendo.

***1) sugar sweet. catchy drumming to propel beat foward. Classic chord progression looped on rhodes, with added instruments coming in to add to harmony. a gentle electronic glitchy break thrown in. (4:37)
2) just bad. Avoid. (6:58)
3) rhythmic interplay between drums and bass. worth a listen.... maybe (6:04)
4) boring beat. electronic noises. "builds". Bad. Avoid. (4:52)
5) Funky. Strange 3/4=2/4+1/4 beat. Builds to mellow/angsty climax. Last 1:40 really quiet, should be skipped. (8:46)

Track Listing
1. Clandestine Pedestrian   3. Sloj
2. Polly   4. Theme From Ray Charles Ives
  5. Passing Thru U