The Voice Of Cheese: Jan Goddaer

A bit of history: I used to play in a band called Inflatable Henry. Concurrently, Jan Goddaer was making rather big waves with TranceJazzTical. Following one of their gigs, I boldly stepped up to Jan and asked if we might join up for a jam. He agreed. We’ve since been playing music together in some form or other (Virgil Venus! Moonbug!).

The track presented here is entitled “Henry Has Left The Building” which is kind of funny, seeing as how at the time we were both looking for a breath of fresh (musical) air. This tune comes from TranceJazzTical’s self-released album “Saterdaynightitis” [sic!], and I happen to think it rocks.

Have a listen:

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8 Responses to “The Voice Of Cheese: Jan Goddaer”

  1. jim says:

    Nice – has that disco-unfriendly metre I enjoy a LOT & is very full o’ beans! It kept my ears on their ear-toes quite thoroughly. Yer mystery-cheese kicked my soggy noodles’ ass. Heh.
    I’ll be here all week! Try the tentacles!

  2. jonnybutter says:

    Wow, it DOES rock.

  3. Balint says:

    Geee… this was interesting. I wonder how it was made.
    Anyway, it reminded me of tunes like Aerobics In Bondage.

  4. Jeroen says:

    Great!
    Only small comment: I thought it was working to a Big Finale … that was a very tiny diappointment. Other than that: a perfect companion to some net surfing.

  5. Barry's Imaginary Publisher says:

    You have a point there Jeroen, although I suppose you should hear the song within its album context. Hint: you can listen online to the entire album here. :)

  6. SOFA - Philostopher/Chef says:

    Cool cut that does rock. “A Bit Mechanical” rocks more, but then I’m biased…

  7. Barry's Imaginary Publisher says:

    Thanks SOFA — I shall keep that in mind when it comes my turn… ;)

  8. SOFA - Philostopher/Chef says:

    Of course, my Brother! When it comes your turn, also weigh the preceding submissions. If we’re heavy on the techno-digito-mechanico, then “Little Angel” gets my vote (we have not heard nearly enough from the sensitive singer-songwriter contingent). Of course I am partial to bongos…