Posts Tagged ‘Gorbot’



May 31, 2013
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Whoa Nellie! Well, I’ve been made aware that I have a tendency to blitz through things and just don’t leave enough time – or room – to fully promote the stuff I do. I gotta admit that is a character trait of mine. I’m so engulfed in the creation part of the process that once I’m finished with it I kinda just leave it and move on to the next thing. So with that in mind, here’s a sampler of what I’ve done lately and your chance to catch up with it all:

The Jimmy C – The Man Who Never Dies (REMIX EP 2013)

Featuring my three remixes of the title track. Check it out here.

Call Me Greenhorn – The Harvester

A brand-new, bit darker track that won’t appear on the coming S/T album due to be released in June. Check it out on my SoundCloud as well.

Call Me Greenhorn – Here Comes Gorbot (video)

New video for the CMGH2 aka The Abandoned Project album directed by Robert Griffith from The Adventures of Superseven and Sandra West, starring Olivia Dunkley and Jerry Kokich – the latter as Gorbot. Good fun! Check it out on my YouTube as well.

Call Me Greenhorn – The Titan Was Deemed Unsinkable

The first “darker” track that actually will be included on CMGH‘s debut. I love 70’s Jamaican dub and I’m satisfied with the results. Check that one out on my SoundCloud while you’re at it.

Call Me Greenhorn – Armageddon Dub (video)

And finally we have the kick-ass video for Armageddon Dub directed by brilliant UK photographer Robert Boud. His haunting imagery was a perfect fit for this track and I’m so stoked he agreed to do this. Check out the single on my Bandcamp here and the video on YouTube here, and make sure to visit his official page for a taste of his other works!

So there we go! Make sure you spread this around and stay tuned for more updates!


Here Comes Gorbot!

May 15, 2013

Well, after that less-than-optimistic previous post it’s time for some kick-ass news that’s actually been months in the making. Time to premiere the video for Call Me Greenhorn‘s Here Comes Gorbot – off the coming CMGH2 aka The Abandoned Project album!

Directed by Robert Griffith it stars Jerry Kokich and Olivia Dunkley from The Adventures of Superseven and Sandra West web series – Olivia at her best Fay Wray and Jerry doing some great work as the King Kong-esque Gorbot, one of my fave criminal characters from the series. If memory serves me correct the video was shot in November 2012 and the songs were created some time during fall of said year.

Anyway, the album is due to be released later on this month complete with bonus tracks and the video. In the meantime check it out and share away! Cheers!

UPDATE: I’m stoked to announce that the video has been selected top pick at! Check it out here and if you install their application you can even watch it on your iPhone!


You Drive Me Ape (You Big Gorilla)

November 21, 2012

Well, the first part of what I now affectionately call The Awesome Trilogy is uploaded on YouTube: The Call Me Greenhorn album teaser! Courtesy the makers of The Adventures of Superseven and Sandra West who provided me with some awesome footage of a dancing Gorbot and what can I say, I just love it!

The song itself is a “scratch idea” and I got Australian musician Jamie Coghill (aka The Jimmy C) to lay down some awesome drum tracks for this as well as some nice horns via The New York Brass. I’ll start working on the album version itself this coming weekend.

There’s more awesomeness to come (keep your eyes open on Monday next week!) and until then you can also check out an edited version of the track on my SoundCloud. Please “like” and share!


Superseven: Season Finale!

November 19, 2012

Yes, new week and a new episode of The Adventures of Superseven and Sandra West. And it’s the season finale entitled Superseven – Operation: Grand Slam. This is their best episode yet! Funny puns, great sequences from 60s spy movies intercut with the scenes, a couple of nods to us fans of classic exploitation and great performances by all. Talk about leaving them wanting more!

It also marks the debut of Gorbot (and no, I am not gonna ruin the surprise by telling you what or who that might be) as well as my solo project Call Me Greenhorn and The Norliss Tapes adding some music to it. This is great. Check it out, “like” and share!

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