“People need to be taught how to think. Not what to think. But how to think…rationally…logically…sensibly. Education has failed modern society in this respect. As much as English and physical education classes obviously need improvement in America, classes in logic and reason need seriously quick implementation.”—My thoughts after spending five minutes online.
Cali Stylz / Alex Niedt Produced & Mixed by Alex Niedt; Written by Alex Niedt & Cali Stylz; Recorded at Alex Niedt Music, Kansas City & Chalice Studios, Hollywood; Cover Photo “Gable Mountain Plutonium Vaults, Hanford Nuclear Reservation, WA 1945” courtesy of Martin Miller; Image copyright Martin Miller; Design by Alex Niedt
“Nobody can prove that there is not between the Earth and Mars a china teapot revolving in an elliptical orbit, but nobody thinks this sufficiently likely to be taken into account in practice.”—Bertrand Russell
Mercenary (Move Back Out)
Produced & mixed by Alex Niedt
Written by Alex Niedt & Cali Stylz
Recorded at Alex Niedt Music, Kansas City & Chalice Studios, Hollywood
Cover photo “Gable Mountain Plutonium Vaults, Hanford Nuclear Reservation, WA 1945” courtesy of Martin Miller
Image copyright Martin Miller
Design by Alex Niedt
I got this song recently from Alex Niedt himself. He posted it on his Facebook page. I’m intrigued in two ways. For one, the song was produced by Lex Luger (who you probably know from Rick Ross’ “B.M.F.”), but doesn’t sound like anything I’ve ever heard from the producer (although he did say he had sounds for days). Secondly, the song is with Flash, who also appears to have collaborated with Travis Garland in the song I posted a few days ago.
It’s interesting to see how artists hustle, always striving for that next big goal. I wish Alex luck, and if he can land a song with Lex Luger on the beat (even though he’s a great producer himself), then I imagine he’ll be working with the likes of Danja in no time.
Check out Alex Niedt Cover to Beach Boys Its A Dope cover and I think he is one of the last few people that can sing A good tune check him out download it and share with your folks Im sure they will love it
Here’s a brand new Beach Boys cover I recorded for my girlfriend. The process was a bit unusual:
1) Record piano.
2) Have all four wisdom teeth removed.
3) Record vocals a few days later.
Needless to say, the highest non-falsetto notes were a bit uncomfortable! But it turned out pretty well, the girlfriend loves it, and now "Don’t Talk (Put Your Head On My Shoulder)" is available for FREE DOWNLOAD on Bandcamp or Soundcloud! Please share with friends and reblog! Enjoy…
Written by Brian Wilson & Tony Asher. Performance, engineering, mixing, and cover art by Alex Niedt.