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Elevator Music Vol. 1, included some pretty wild collabs. Open Mike Eagle and Iggy Pop. This is Pan Amsterdam with a producer collab...
J.J. Lear takes to the boards to provide another off-kilter beat for Pan Am to do that thing he does.
This single is released by Def Pressé for now but will ultimately appear on a very special series of albums by Savage Virtual Orchestra. A collective brought together by Lear. SVO boasts producers from groups like Hieroglyphics, Freestyle Fellowship, D12, Oldominion and Blackalicious.
So, Kubrick is a quick one-off, in and out for Pan Am. We truly hope you like it.
CB4 ya have a chance, did I mention before that I could dance
Chris Rock Crack Rock New Jack Black Cop,
New Jack swing on you with a helmet lookin flat top
We ain't takin over the Carters, but I keep,
Keith Sweatin for starters
There you go telling me no again, about as fake as my accent
Liar Liar, Pants on fire,
Debuting my fear and desire with a killer's kiss
Lolita's on my list,
And my lawyer's more kosher than gefilte fish
Knick knack paddywack, feed my wolf a muskrat
Wildlife and hugging trees help me with my cataracts,
Gung-ho jumping jacks,
Shinin' like Nicholson, wielding an axe
Beetle Juice Beetle Juice, hey Mr. Tallyman
Shame you like Rwanda
It's a jungle sometimes it makes me wonder how I have three hundred followers
On my social site, thunderstorms with sunlight
The devil fights his wife, black and white sitcom life
My dame plays tennis but my name ain't Dennis,
Magne don't be a menace, squintin harder than Idris.
JDavey dirty peaches
You can try to eat me but my meat is too gamey,
Like an Aussie bush Turkey, doin yoga mad early
Watchin butts eyes wide shut,
released June 7, 2019
Lyrics and Horn - Pan Amsterdam
Producer - J.J. Lear
Mixed and Mastered by Leon Atter for BAM
Artwork and Video - Tom Dryden
When Pan Amsterdam washed up on the coast, he was wearing an oversized black velvet jacket with a cigarette burn, black
jeans and two different coloured church socks. Further along the coast we found a trumpet case WITH a trumpet inside of it, in the case's side zipper there was a mouthpiece, valve oil for the horn, and a drive with tape on. Written on the tape were the words, "Elevator Music"....more