A Basement Of Broken Dreams is the result of many months of work, encompassing samples from varied sources, most of them originating from Creative Commons content. This album stands as a marker of what can be accomplished with a more open music and video industry.
Last track on the album, and a highlight. Pounding orchestral beats against a deep sound. Originally taken from rjmarshall's "Tinderbox."
Seventh track on the album. Samples Thievery Corporation's "DC-3000," Paul Westerberg's "Looking Up In Heaven," and Steven J. Kukla's "Parisian Bells (Piano Variation)" (last one not available anywhere...yet).
Sixth track on the album. Uses Kid Cholera's "Cathaedrabysmal," and Manolo Camp's "Anuschka." Also a fan favorite.
Fifth track on the album. Fan favorite. Visit Harold J. Johnson at http://www.somethingthathappened.com
The album introduction, named after the executable programmers make to introduce them to a new programming language.
John Holowach lives in Ohio in the U.S. He's a quiet individual with loud thoughts and louder opinions. Visit him at narphonax.com, or see the Creative Commons group he helped found, at http://www.tryad.org