Songs with friends
Covers of Cat Stevens songs
Where do the children play?
Father and son
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A song about, though we are inventing so much machines and technologically advanced gadgets, how we are losing quality of life because where do the children play?
Peter : Voice LYRICS
JJC: Keyboards, bass, acoustic guitar, backing vocals and drum programming.
Recorded during Christmas of 2002. We put a lot of imagination, plus Internet, of course. Peter lives in Pennsylvania and I live in Madrid. But the miracle came true.
For me, a masterpiece. It demonstrates how a very simple song can become wonderful.
Peter: Voice LYRICS
JJC: Acoustic guitar.
We recorded this song using the same system than in Where... It was our first collaboration. I must recognize that it was a proposal of Peter, and I thank him a lot this idea. I hope you will enjoy it also. It was recorded in the middle of december 2002.
Father and son LYRICS
One of the great songs of Cat Stevens. It talks about relationship between fathers and sons and how they must fly alone in some moment.
JJC: Acoustic guitar and "father" voice.
Fernando: "Son" voice.
Rest of instruments: PK Hoffman.
It is also a "cybercollaboration". Right now, Patricia lives in Brooklyn, New York. She is a esceptional musician. My part and that of my nephew, Fer, was recorded in March 2002.
A song supporting a sad friend.
Peter: Keyboards, percussion and voice.
JJC: Keyboards and acoustic guitar. LYRICS
Another collaboration of Peter and me. Here Peter demonstrates how good singer he is. It's recorded in May 2003.
One of the old songs from the last sixties.
Manolo Tomeo: Electric guitar.
JJC: Voice (????) LYRICS
Though we both met sometimes, this song is actually a cybercollaboration. He lives in Zaragoza. I hope to drink another beers with him not so long.
This song was written by Cat while he was in Spain for vacational time. It's like a children tale. It's a classical.
JJC: Acoustic guitars, percussion and backing vocals.
Another recording with Peter, made in April 2003. Peter asked me many times for recording the choirs lower. It was not weird. My voice sounded too loud, haha.