Aug. 6, 2020

"Gett Out" To Be First Release From The Cat Ellington Heavy Metal Collection

(Smiles) ...

Just when I thought that "Kilmister," my hard-rockin' ode to the late, great (and legendary) Lemmy would be the first release from the Heavy Metal collection of my song catalog, Joe Strickland comes along in need of a metal piece for the "Dual Mania" original motion picture soundtrack. And he loved a certain work that I was not yet done writing so much, that he insisted I finish it and hand it over to him for placement on the soundtrack; hence, "Gett Out."

(Still smiling) ...

Singing out the first half of the structure, I gave Strickland the feeling of the grinding piece. And after he tossed in a few words in the final section, "Gett Out," a title favored by Strickland, was ready to be produced. And produced it we did. The song is now slated to be the first release from the Heavy Metal collection.

(beat)

We'll get to "Kilmister" in due time, but for now, "Gett Out" is where it's at.

(Still smiling) ...

In addition to my gifted producer, Princeton Brown, I am truly honored to have worked with one of the baddest metal enthusiasts I know in the incredibly talented drummer and producer, Greg Schutte. And I will forever respect his listening ear and professionalism. Thanks for puttin' in the hard work, Big G.

(Still smiling) ...

Once again, the ear-splittin' "Gett Out" will be placed on the original motion picture soundtrack to "Dual Mania," joining its mellow (R&B) siblings, "I Do," "I'm Still In Love," "Something In Your Eyes," and "The Book Of Us."

Stay tuned folks!

• NOTE: The synopsis for "Gett Out" will feature soon on the SONG SYNOPSES page here at The Boutique Domain