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Girls Care
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Acoustic guitar, a touch of phase, Les Pauls,Beat Drums,Jazz Bass and lots of vocals tell the story of why girls care so much about their shoes.....or do they? Upbeat and slightly raucous at times the music settles into a swaying solo groove...
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Froemelt Wood
SACEM 2006
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Wed Jul 29, 2009
Alternative : Other Alternative
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About the song
Torsten had the first line "Why do girls care about their shoes?" and five chords. Back in Bremen from Alabama he joined Rob and Werner at the latter's home studio in his ground floor back room on a sunny afternoon in August. Torsten was given a Japanese acoustic and a mike. Rob kept three of the five chords and started out to get the feel of the groove, playing a Les Paul. Werner set up a vocal mike for him too.Torsten strummed in with Rob,Werner hit the record button on the digital mixer then got Fred Frizzle going on Beat Drums before picking up his own Les Paul and hitting the rhythm. Rob started vocals, bringing in new lyrics and the melody, was joined by Torsten on a sort of solo duet. Next came a Les Paul solo, then fade out.
It was the first time the number was played by the band at all and this is the first and only take recorded.
Next day Rob played a first take rolling bass line, then Werner and he did a complete mixdown before a master being done for Virginia Beach on Rob's laptop. Rough sounding but great fun!

Equipment:
Torsten: Takamine Country Acoustic Guitar, Shure SM58
Werner: Pearl Black Beauty Les Paul, Digitech Chorus, Laney 40W Amp
Robert: Epiphone Gibson Les Paul Gold Top Ltd. Edit, Vox VR 30W Amp
Shure SM58, Cruiser Jazz Bass, Sound City 100W Amp Stack
Fred: Beat Drums