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Published on Dec 15, 2018
04 How Would It All Fit? from Missing Pieces KENOSHA KID Dan Nettles: Guitars, Rick Lollar: Acoustic guitar, Robby Handley: Bass , Marlon Patton: Drums & bathroom fan vent cover Andrea DeMarcus, Luca Lombardi & Serena Scibelli: strings Jason Huffer, Mike Niemi, Dan Nettles: video
2/4 + 9/8 + 2/4
Composition: The seed of this song is an ostinato on the note “D” that I repeated in what seemed to be a mysterious rhythm. With repetition I deciphered the pattern to be a morse-code-like figure: 2 eighths 1 quarter, eighth quarter, eighth quarter, eight quarter, 2 eighths 1 quarter. About the time I programmed a drum beat to reflect this I began to hear the “D” as the major third of the Bb chord, and I was off and running, in the end generating all the harmony of the song. It was an interesting figure to strum on the guitar for sure. The melody is a repeated phrase, leaping again in 6ths thru the Bb scale with small embellishments.
For this recording, Marlon is actually clanging a discarded bathroom vent fan vent cover back and forth with one hand while playing drums. The vent cover’s lopsided accents bring out the ostinato.
the Engineers: Marlon Patton: band sessions at Marlon’s House Dan Nettles: editing at his house Drew Vandenberg: string session at Amplify Jason Kingsland: mixing at Frenchtown Sound Anthony Aparo: mixing Ed Brooks: mastering at Resonant Mastering