NOT DEAD YET
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NOT DEAD YET is the collaboration of Graydon G. Goss and Richard Eberle. The team first met in 1965 when they formed THE BLACK RIVER CIRCUS, a widely successful Red Bank, NJ band that ultimately represented the state in the 1968Vox National Battle of the Bands.
THE BLACK RIVER CIRCUS disbanded in 1970. Goss and Eberle lost contact with one another until January 1998, when, after 28 years they reestablished contact via the Internet, got back together and took up musically where theyd left off. Serendipitously, Eberle had spent the intervening years honing his guitar skills, while Goss had gone on to build a studio and concentrate on keyboards, bass and percussion.
The Group's first CD, Mind Alligators celebrates a combined 70 years of musical experimentation. The sound is a blend of hard rock, blues and (on occasion), country influences.
These days, they wear shoes.
Graydon G. Goss
Roland AS-90 Expanded Controller, Korg M1, Roland JXP8, Roland MKS 80, Roland D50, Yamaha DX7, PolyMoog, MiniMoog, Roland R-70 and Yamaha RX5, Fender Stratocaster, Roland GR Guitar synth, Fender Electric 12-string, Marshall Valvestate V265, vocals, percussion, mixing and production.
Fender Telecaster, Fender Performer 1000, harmonica, vocals, percussion.
Recording Digital - Cakewalk Pro Deluxe 8.01 running on Gateway dual Pentium II, (400mhz SCSI), Analog - Tascam 24 channel mixer, Tascam 8 channel recorder with dbx, Twin Sony JE500 CD Recorders, Hewlett-Packard SureStore 6020 CD writer, Digitek Studio Quad Effects, Yamaha SPX 90 Multifex, Carver PM-120 Monitor Amp, Infinity Kappa 9 Monitors, Tannoy Monitors
Mind Alligators - the Title track. What could it mean?
Eberle waxes poetic - Ocean View
No Solution - An erudite analysis of today's existential woes
As mellow as they get - On the Outside
Bad News - 'nough said
"Go on safari!" - You're Never Gonna Leave
Don't Come Knockin' - Perhaps the ultimate dance tune
More than terrifying - NightMares
One Day We're Here - "Goss at his nostalgic best"
Download some songs from the new, Soon-to-be-Released, CD by NOT DEAD YET,
Rather Have Nothin'
(than settle for less)
Monday - an enigmatic exploration of grief in the big city
I Don't Understand - pure angst in A minor
Moments - as mellow as they get
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