released 2013 by Blow Till Midnight Records, Germany.
Germany : Blow Till Midnight
Records - compact disc and digital download
Acoustic & electric guitars, bass, vocals,
cajon, harp, claps and tambourine by Marceese.
Recorded, mixed and produced by Ed St. Moses February 5th-8th,
2013 at Zico Recordings.
Extra NOTES :
Kiss Related Recordings
"Baby Driver" is a Folk Music Tribute album by Berlin artist
Marceese, so don’t expect loud guitars … Personally, I don’t
have any musical ability with folk music, so to give this album
any connection to KISS related music, this well produced disc
sounds similar to Peter Criss’
LIPS 1970 - 1972
demo’s, meaning completely purged songs compared to the versions
which ended on Peter Criss 1978 solo album.
To give an idea what Marceese’s “Baby Driver” Tribute to KISS is
all about ;
Imagine yourself with a couple of friends on the beach during a
hot summer night, one or two acoustic guitars, a bit of
percussion, handclaps, some six-packs, a bottle of whiskey,
campfire, … and sing-along songs “Strutter” and “Tomorrow”…
Some of the arrangements have a sort of (unintentional ?) Latin
twist, what makes you feel you need someone to dance with in the
sand … ("Don’t You Let Me Down", "Baby Driver"), while other
songs got some dramatically ‘serious’ emotions after having a
couple whiskey’s, "Sure Know Something", "Mr. Make Believe" and
the ballad-like version of “Cold Gin”…
The overall conclusion is, this is not a regular Rocking KISS
Tribute album, but if you’re open-minded to hear KISS music
re-arranged to folk music …This is one of the very few little
pearls in KRR’s tribute section !!