More sets by lojinx (14)
It’s been a while here’s the long delayed Try Me EP. WORD magazine here in the UK chose this song for one of their ‘essential CD’s’ and as the most melodic (and likely most accessible) track on Henrik’s debut album FACTION. Steve Orchard, Jon Auer and Guy Theaker all very kindly took time out to indulge Henrik’s original lo-fi homemade recording and have turned in these great versions of the track.
Try Me (album version)
Original version from the debut album FACTION, the most upbeat and melodic song on the album. WORD magazine selected the track for their ‘essential CD of the month’. Scottish guitar wizard Alex Dickson played guitars, recorder and produced the song with Henrik. Danish megastar Tim Christensen supplied the hooky bass line.
Try Me (Reckless Steve Mix)
Reckless Steve aka Steve Orchard. Grammy winning producer, mixer and engineer for a host of named producers and artists incl. Sir George Martin, Nigel Godrich, Sir Paul McCartney, Peter Gabriel and U2. Steve began his career in 1986 at PRT studios, moving to George Martin’s Air Studios in 1988, working in London and Montserrat. Steve has recently worked on Peter Gabriel’s new album.
Steve Orchard: www.air-management.co.uk/#/steve-orchard/4530175845
Try Me (Jon Auer VitaMix)
American singer, guitarist and producer Jon Auer is a founding member of the critically acclaimed Seattle band The Posies. Jon was also part of the rejuvenated legendary US band Big Star and 2006 saw the release of his debut solo album titled “Songs from the Year of Our Demise”. Jon Auer: www.facebook.com/pages/Jon-Auer/45675118075
Try Me (Guy Theaker Mix)
Guy Theaker is a London based composer & sound designer for multimedia and film. As a classically trained violinist he’s also among other things played strings for Peter Green of early Fleetwood Mac fame. Guy’s work to date includes various short film scores (with additional sound design) and many commissions for bespoke film trailer music. Guy Theaker: www.guytheaker.com
Try Me (Bloom Mix)
A new alternative version of Try Me using Brian Eno’s very hip ‘Bloom’ application on the Iphone as the main ingredient for the song. Produced and recorded in a five hour session at the Lojinx Diversion Studios by Henrik and producer/engineer Andrew Campbell. This shows Henrik at his most sparse, melodic and haunting.