Flea - Helen Burns
Flea - Helen Burns
Flea - Helen Burns
Flea - Helen Burns

Flea - Helen Burns

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Flea - bass, piano, trumpet, double bass, synthesizers, drum machine, programming, organ, mellotron, melodica, percussion

Vocals – Patti Smith (B1)

Vocals - The Silverlake Conservatory Kids And Adults Choir (B3)

Drums – Chad Smith (B3), Jack Irons (A1, B3), Stella Mozgawa (A2, A3, B2)

Harmonica – Tree (B3)

Choir directed by S.J. Hasman

Written by Flea, Patti Smith (B1)

 

1 LP, standard sleeve

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12”

Stereo

Studio

Record Press : unspecified

Label :  ORG Music

Original Label :  Not on Label (Flea Self Released)

Recorded in 2007 by Chris Warren

Mixed by Greg Fidelman (A1 to B1, B3), Ryan Hewitt (B2), Sara Killion (A1 to B1, B3)

Produced by Flea

Remastered by Bernie Grundman.

Originally released in 2012

Reissued in 2013

 

Tracks :

Side A:

1. 333
2. Pedestal of Infamy
3. A Little Bit of Sanity

           

Side B:

1. Helen Burns
2. 333 Revisited
3. Lovelovelove

 

Reviews :

"With a sorrowful title track that features Patti Smith singing alongside Flea on piano, Helen Burns is an unexpected departure for the usually raging slap-bass virtuoso and full-time Red Hot Chili Pepper. Recorded just after the Stadium Arcadium tour, the project started as a way for his touring keyboardist Chris Warren to learn the ins and outs of recording, but after Flea's music started taking shape, he decided to complete it and make it available as a free download through the Silverlake Conservatory of Music website. Like John Frusciante's solo outings, the music is artistic, daring, and a little far out, but decidedly better than one might expect. Jazz and electronic music play an influence, with "333" soaring through psychedelic territory like a Flying Lotus cut, and "Pedestal of Infamy" grooving along as nicely as a track by Broadcast. An underrated, technically accomplished musician, Flea's abilities are surprising on whatever instrument he chooses to play -- from keyboards, to trumpet, to percussion, to double bass -- but the real achievement is in the songwriting." AllMusic Review by Jason Lymangrover

 

Ratings :

AllMusic 3.5/5  ,   Discogs 4.35/5  

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