Angels & Vampires - Volume I Chapter 1: THE JAGUAR AND THE JUNGLE SOUND

The Songs

Share your pain (3:00)
Words and music: Sananda Maitreya

Bella Faccina (3:50)
Words and music: Sananda Maitreya

Gloria (Maitreya's Song) (4:50)
Words and music: Sananda Maitreya

All songs written, arranged, produced and performed by SANANDA MAITREYA
(in collaboration with spirit!) 
Engineered by Emiliano (Emo) Alborghetti
Assisted by Matteo Cantaluppi
Mixed by Emo and Sananda
Recorded over a few days between April and May 2004 at 
Jungle Sound Station in Milano - ITALY

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED BY AND FOR SANANDA MAITREYA
ALL SONGS COPYRIGHT CONTROL 
 

Special tanks to:

Fabrizio Rioda, 
The 'Octopus girls'
The guys at Jacaranda
And most of all: to my lawyers
Giovanni Lega and Marco Gubitosi
and to Mrs Maitreya!

These songs from the first instalment of Angels & Vampires 
subtitled: THE JAGUAR AND THE JUNGLE SOUND
are dedicated to three of my favourite saints
'Saint John' (of Lennon), 'Saint Jimi' (of Hendrix)
and 'Saint Mohammed Alì'.
I also dedicate these transmissions to the visionary pioneers of this wonderful medium: 
THE INTERNET! 
 

Instrument report:

Share your pain

Drums were by 'Drumsound' (a local Milanese custom drum maker)
Bass was Ephiphone Viola Bass
Guitars were '64 Fender Jaguar and Gibson BB King Lucille 
Organ was a Roland VK- 8 
Electric Piano was a Yamaha
and I used a new favourite Amp Orange with a double channel head also by Orange
 

Bella Faccina

Drums were by 'Drumsound'
Bass was Ephiphone Viola
Guitars were '64 Jaguar and Lucille
Strings Roland VK- 8
Orange Amp and head
 

Gloria (Maitreya's Song)

Drums were by 'Drumsound'
Viola Bass and Jacaranda Fretless 5 string
Guitars were '62 Jaguar and '72 Fender thinline Telecaster custom 
Organ was a Roland VK- 8
Orange Amp and head and Fender twin
Saxophone was a Selmer and played by MICHELE MONESTIROLI

I had a chance to use some really great Microphones and on each track used two to achieve a certain sound blend. For more information and to satisfy other 'sound nerd' inquieries contact Emo Alborghetti atwww.junglesound.com 

May 11, 2004