Chase was the debut album by jazz-rock fusion band Chase. Bill Chase was already a well-established lead trumpet player when he decided to form his own band. He recruited three other veteran trumpet players and vocalist Terry Richards, backed them with a rock rhythm section, and created a band which merged both jazz and rock styles. The album was recorded in Chicago in November and early December 1970 and released in April 1971.
The bloody history from the past Deceased humans now forgotten An age of legends and fear A time now so distant. Less numbered as they were their lives So primitive and pagan Superstitions were a part of the life So unprotected in the dark nights. Pagan fears The past is alive The past is alive. Woeful people with pale faces Staring obsessed at the moon Some memories will never go away And they will forever be here. Like three other songs from De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas ( Funeral Fog, Freezing Moon, and Buried by Time and Dust ), the.
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Chase Pagan, Category: Artist, Albums: Bells & Whistles, Oh, Musica!, Biography: Born in Arkansas but based in Memphis, TN, singer/songwriter Chase Pagan's heart-on-sleeve tunes come across like Jeff Buckley for the Coldplay generation, balancing earnest lyrics and impassioned (often falsetto) vocals with pleasantly catchy keyboard-based alternative po. Monthly Listeners: 58, Where People Listen: Los Angeles, Stockholm, Chicago, Dallas, Cleveland. When an unimpressed Geffen rejected the finished album, Pagan saw the stylistic handwriting on the wall and abandoned both Robinson and his nu metal leanings in favor of a complete artistic overhaul. Reinventing himself as a sensitive rocker, Pagan recorded his second attempt at a debut album, Oh, Musica!, during a single two-week session that featured almost entirely acoustic arrangements and various theatrical touches.