No Auto Tune is used on this website, in this Sonic Novel, or by this BAND, SEZWAH, EVER!!! Keith Richards said that rock and roll is a bunch of guys in a room making mistakes together. If that is true, what does that make autotune? Short hand for a decaying culture, with real music the first casualty, and others spotted it long ago...
It seems Majek Fashek saw this in the early 90s; LISTEN between the lines and hear what the whole song, Majek Beware, is saying for YOU to be HEARING, premiered live on TV's greatest ever live music show "Late Night with David Letterman"
Majek Beware warns of the strange times of the 90s which led directly to today of boy bands and their former members as musical icons?!? All this encouraged by rat corporations masquerading as entertainment and even art, while music today on television is reduced to game shows by sellout so called artists! Music is no game, it is no reality show, it is the ultimate REALITY and at the same time ESCAPE from the REALITY - Majek Beware...Indeed.
Coming Soon "Majek Beware" (Majek Fashek cover by SEZWAH)
"The drummer is the backbone of any band; without the right one there is no point in carrying on."
-Jimmy Page, from Led Zeppelin the Special Edition
Explains why SEZWAH ALMOST became the greatest band that ever was, that almost never was!
SEZWAH lost the Mystery Drummer for a long time; thus, there was no SEZWAH except preserved on tape
Here is the MYSTERY DRUMMER vintage recorded off the air on tape in Champion Hall live
Buy song "The Wanton Song" (Led Zeppelin cover)
"Charlie Watts IS the Rolling Stones"
- Keith Richards responding to question about Charlie Watts importance.
The Mystery Drummer's greatest influence IS Charlie Watts.
Buy song "Undercover of the Night" (Rolling Stones cover by SEZWAH)
The music we play has to be tomorrow's, the things we say have to be today, and the reason for bothering is yesterday."
- Pete Townshend from the early 1970's
Jammin' Jami sees what the great Townshend was saying, SEZWAH applies it by changing the position of the yesterday and tomorrow's... think about it applying to today!
Buy song "The Real Me" (WHO cover by SEZWAH)
"If it screams for truth rather than help, if it commits itself with a courage it can't be sure it really has, if it stands up and admits something is wrong, but doesn't insist on blood, then it's rock and roll. We shed our own blood, we don't need to shed anyone else's."
- Pete Townshend from UNCUT NME Originals
Buy song "Long Live Rock" (WHO cover by SEZWAH)
SEZWAH playing TOMORROW'S MUSIC
Buy song "Look What All You Got" (Buddy Guy cover of James 'T Model' Ford, cover by SEZWAH)
"Why give them what they want, why not give them what they need?"
- Don Henly quote from 1990 MTV and SEZWAH's credo for ths SONIC NOVEL, our band and goals.
Coming Soon "Good Day in Hell" (Eagles cover by SEZWAH)
"The whole project, the Sonic Novel, is called Rock and Roll For Her.
This song is called "Rock and Roll for You," which the whole project is named after - the statement is the song."
- Jammin' Jami Johnson
SEZWAH guitarist and vocalist, instrumentalist
Buy song "Rock and Roll for You" (SEZWAH original)
WHO is the 'YOU' in Rock and Roll for You?
She's the 'Her' in 'Rock and Roll For Her' in the Sonic Novel Title...
The 'Her' is the "Across the River Girl"
Get into SEZWAH, listen to the songs and the story they tell, and figure out just WHO she is...
Buy song "Across the River" (Bruce Hornsby cover by SEZWAH)
"I wanted to come back and prove that what I had gone through
had made a difference,
to justify this kind of suffering"
- Keith Richards quote from 'The Biography' by Victor Bockris
This explains Jammin' Jami Johnson's commitment to the music
and the band SEZWAH, and this Sonic Novel,
which inspired him to PUSH ON
DESPITE THE STRUGGLE
Buy song "Struggle" (Keith Richards cover by SEZWAH)
(Keith Richards cover by SEZWAH)
"I am nothing if not the sum of my influences."
Thus SEZWAH's dedication and exploration and commitment to our influences in music, sports as art, ironic comedy, pop culture as true pop art and all influences from art and life rhythmic in nature.
Buy song "The Rover" (Led Zeppelin cover by SEZWAH)
Buy song "Jamp" (Paul Shaffer and the World's Most Dangerous Band
cover by SEZWAH)
Late Night with David Letterman WAS Zeitgeist of of 1980's hipness-see how it tied into Frank Miller's other seminal pillar of hipness, The Dark Knight Returns, of the ground zero eighties year. Especially in the comic book world, 1986 was the year comics were at their most influential and hottest phase.