REVIEW ON HITS DAILY DOUBLE
Andrew Rosenthal & Michael Sherwood’s
Art Rock, Orchestral, Pop, Jazz musical excursion.
An exploration in genre blending .
The melodies are fresh and the rhythms new and alive.
Their debut album, Everything You Hear Is For Sale” is replete with style.
A complex and funny sonic adventure in “III Movements”.
An amalgamation of influences ranging from, but not limited to....
Steely Dan, to Frank Zappa.
From Imogen Heap to Harry Nilsson.
From Weather Report to Firesign Theater.
From Charles Mingus to Charles Ives.
From Charlie Brown to Conlan Nancarrow.
From Stravinsky to Carl Stalling
From Return To Forever to Now
It’s everything all at once.
True story...Written through the glasses of Lew Wasserman.
(Andy and Mike would take turns using the “Magic Glasses” that Andy had acquired from Lew’s wife, Edie)
A MOVIE FOR YOUR EARS
Flavored with extensive phone messages and studio generated character driven sound colleges that are eclectic and experimental.
Swifty’s Bazaar combines live instruments with electronic sounds.
Compositions are satirical, imaginary and humorous. They are examinations of various topics. From chicken salad kits to personal telephone messages revolving around the miasma and Robots of the Music Industry.
“Buy this and tell a friend” Scoshy Silverstein