Manager’s Corner - “A&R”
We’re back from summer hiatus with another edition of the ever popular Manager’s Corner. Our seasoned manager, Skip is back on the line with more advice for up and comers in the music industry.
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“I Don’t Hate Kids”
Dezi and Morris reflect on their change in direction.
“I Like What I Heard”
Feltworth are back in their rehearsal space working on their career shifting opus. Morris runs through some keyboard options while manager, Skip, listens along on the speakerphone….or does he?
Introducing Cozy Balboa.
Feltworth’s funky monkey drummer. Upbeat, on the beat and offbeat all at the same time.
Raw footage of Cozy Balboa’s 2010 interview with Saul Kehayas of “ConTEMPOrary Drummer” (w/ subtitles).
In case you missed it the first time around, here’s the issue of “ConTEMPOrary Drummer” with Cozy on the cover. We just got sent the unedited files from the interview and I will post some of it here in a minute.
Introducing Morris Katzenburd
The cat behind the keys. Morris is both Feltworth’s resident curmudgeon and bon-vivant. Lover of the classic and the iconoclastic Morris is an enigmatic feline who could use a stiff drink.
Introducing Dezi Feltworth
Dezi Feltworth. Pink punk on the bass guitar. Feltworth’s ostensible frontman has penned a lot of the band’s hits. Kids hits.
Sax, guys, and videotape.
Letters, we get letters, we get stacks and stacks of letters…
It’s always a pleasure to dig into the Feltworth mailbag and pull out another letter from an inquisitive fan. This week Cozy (Co-Z??) expounds upon his theory concerning the cyclical appearance of the sax solo in popular music.
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