Maurice and the Beejays play the music of Barry Jones. A borderline
normal low maintenance hedonist who abandoned his Phd in theoretical computing
when it interfered with his music.
The music itself features jazz harmony, shifting time signatures, real and
programmed instruments and found sounds. It's influences range from Charles
Mingus to Brian Eno and 60's and 70's British television shows such as "Randall
and Hopkirk deceased".
Barry has been a gigging bass player for more than twenty years while writing
this music for imaginary films and television shows. Supplementing his income by
being a part time florist and maths tutor, he begs, borrows and steals favours,
equipment and studios to complete an album.
He currently lives by the sea with his beautiful wife and regularly plays the
pubs and bars of South East England with several groups.
크레이지슬롯 사이트Back in the Icebox
The Bungalow EP
Miss Calamity Basket's Pipe of Dreams
The Department of Experimental Justice
The Electric Dark Bulb
Just because we know we're here doesn't mean we're important
Last of the Species
His Martian Flying Cobra
Maurice and the Beejays
Not Gone But Long Forgotten
One by One the Stars Have Fallen
The Sigh of Relief as Civilisation Finally Comes to an End
Time for your Tablets
There is a Limit to Irony I Say
TV Themes of the Late Fifties