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“April King” – by Snazz Mammoth

A 2-part set of songs by my solo cello-rock-electronica project –

 

we were gone

 

looking back on our regrets

playback on an old cassette

you will be blamed

for taking off too soon

waking up the neighborhood

piling in the backseat

hit the gas and

off we go

 

we’re gone

 

we were gone

none of us were wrong

 

another bridge is calling

the playing field has been

all leveled out

 

we know we’ve been untrue

never wanted you to be disappointed

 

we’ll drive on

and on

and further

 

 

A Thousand Different Sighs

 

We have been gone so long

the pull’s too strong

out here

open road

 

We don’t know when

when we’ll be

be back home again

 

We sigh

a thousand different sighs

 

We every stop we make

our mind does wake

Under open sky

 

We wish we knew

Knew when we’d

We’d be back again

 

We sigh

a thousand different sighs

 

“Undying” – the newest baroque-electronica track from Snazz Mammoth

My musical project, Snazz Mammoth, is a lot of things – sometimes it verges on the folky,

but other times it goes all out – pulling together baroque/classical, rock, and electronica.

 

Almost every track features the cello.

 

Here’s the latest!:

 

For more:

www.myspace.com/snazzmammoth

www.myspace.com/matthewloganmusic

“Ghosts of Lower Manhattan” – by Snazz Mammoth

My cello/rock/psychedelic/baroque/electronica musical project, Snazz Mammoth, has been on a bit of a hiatus lately, but finally new songs are getting done.

This is the latest, inspired by the invisible history of Lower Manhattan, where the old town has been built on top of over and over again, but where the spirits of New Amsterdam are still everyone, floating just behind the surface.

Latest Baroque-Rock aria from Snazz Mammoth!

One of my musical projects, Snazz Mammoth, combines baroque, classical, rococo, and modern rock and electronica.

 

There’ll be more details  on that later, but for now check out our newest piece:

She Tore Down

 

an aria of sorts….

 

Snazz Mammoth at the Return of Rococo Party