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This is a cover of one of my favourite Kylie Minogue songs Breathe. This and the cover of Underworld’s Born Slippy .NUXX were made during the recording sessions for Danbient 3. These two covers gives you an example on what the new album is gonna sound and feel like. The new album is finished and it will be announced soon. I hope you enjoy these covers!
- Daniel Woodward (26.07.2019)
Video Links to Born Slippy .NUXX (Underworld Cover):
This is a cover of my favourite song of all time, Underworld’s Born Slippy .NUXX. This and the cover of Kylie Minogue’s Breathe were made during the recording sessions for Danbient 3. These two covers gives you an example on what the new album is gonna sound and feel like. The new album is finished and it will be announced soon. I hope you enjoy these covers!
- Daniel Woodward (26.07.2019)
Video Links to Breathe (Kylie Minogue Cover):
Interview with Bob Woodward March 6, 1989
Len Colodny, co-author with Robert Gettlin of the "Silent Coup: The Removal of a President"
For more info: www.c-span.org/video/?20346-1/silent-coup-removal-president
"Deep Throat" Used to Hide Haig: "Deliberate Erasures" on White House Tape
What was Concealed:
Woodward, by using "Throat", is concealing the person that actually erased the tape or at the very least witnessed it being erased.
Why This Is Significant:
Colodny tells Woodward in the interview transcript below: "the word that jumps out at you is deliberate. Because if somebody is deliberately erasing tapes that are before Judge Sirica, we're talking about a crime."
It is significant because, if for "Throat" to know it was deliberate, he either erased the tape or witnessed its destruction. It is clear that both the process of elimination and Woodward's changing story about "Throat" as a source, that Alexander Haig is the source that told him that there were deliberate erasures on the White House tapes.
THE SKINNY: Bob Woodward had access to the White House and Alexander Haig as a military attache between the Pentagon and The White House. Soon after, joining The Washington Post as an investigative reporter ... ahem!! Deep Throat was likely not FBI special agent and associate director, William Mark Felt Sr. Why lie about it? So you believe the "All The President's Men" angle. Otherwise, the hero journalist story was premeditated. Let's rename it "Access & A Zionist Screenplay."
Interestingly enough, Woodward spent more time than any other journalist with former President George W. Bush, interviewing him six times for close to 11 hours total. Woodward believed the Bush administration's claims of Iraqi weapons of mass destruction prior to the war. During an appearance on Larry King Live, he was asked by a telephone caller, "Suppose we go to war and go into Iraq and there are no weapons of mass destruction", Woodward responded "I think the chance of that happening is about zero. There's just too much there."
Now regarding the real "Deep-Throat"
ALEXANDER HAIG Born 1924 n Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania, Haig served in the Korean War after graduating from the United States Military Academy. In the Korean War, he served as an aide to General Alonzo Patrick Fox and General Edward Almond. After the war, he served as an aide to Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara. During the Vietnam War, HAIG commanded a battalion and later a brigade of the 1st Infantry Division. For his service, HAIGwas a recipient of the Distinguished Service Cross, the Silver Star with oak leaf cluster, and the Purple Heart.
In 1969 HAIG became an assistant to National Security Adviser HENRY KISSINGER. HAIG became vice chief of staff of the Army, the second-highest-ranking position in the Army, in 1972. After the 1973 resignation of H.R. Haldeman, HAIG became President Nixon's chief of staff. Serving in the wake of the Watergate scandal, he became especially influential in the final months of Nixon's tenure, and played a role in persuading Nixon to resign in August 1974. HAIG continued to serve as chief of staff for the first month of President Ford's tenure. From 1974 to 1979, HAIG served as Supreme Allied Commander Europe, commanding all NATO forces in Europe. He retired from the Army in 1979 and pursued a career in business.
After Reagan won the 1980 presidential election, he nominated HAIG to be his secretary of state. After the attempted assassination of Ronald Reagan, HAIG asserted "I am in control here," allegedly suggesting (erroneously since 1947, when the Speaker of the House of Representatives was designated the second in the line of succession after the Vice President) that he served as acting president in Reagan's and Bush's absence, later iterating that he meant that he was functionally in control of the government.
FOOTNOTE: BIBI, Benjamin Netanyahu, between 1956 and 1958, and again from 1963 to 1967, his family lived in the United States in Cheltenham Township, Pennsylvania, a suburb of Philadelphia, where he attended and graduated from Cheltenham High School and was active in a debate club. To this day, he speaks fluent English, with a noticeable Philadelphia accent. (Note: This location was 10 miles away from where HAIG was born and raised.) After graduating from high school in 1967, BIBI returned to Israel to enlist in the Israel Defense Forces.
Danbient was recorded at the Sony Theatre in Bridgend College and it’s the second album I’ve done in the ambient genre. It is the first album I’ve made without using loops or samples and also the longest to make, taking me 18 months to record.
Danbient was made at a difficult point in my life. At that time, I was not in a good place. I constantly got into conflicts with friends in college in both professional and personal terms, which resulted in two of my closest friends and I to go our separate ways and not be friends anymore. I also became very distant with my family, not speaking to them at all and not giving them any notice or letting them help me with things that I struggled with. I was under a lot of pressure with college work, trying to keep up with deadlines and then to make matters worse, I was drinking a lot and started smoking and taking anti-depressants just to help me relax and get through the day.
The first seven months recording was a nightmare. Originally, I was trying to make the third volume of One-Man GarageBand, but I didn’t like anything I was making, felt it was uncreative and uninspired, and it resulted in the first iteration of OMGB Volume 3 to be scrapped (I went on to release OMGB Volume 3, a year after the release of this album).
However, in late January 2014, I started getting my creative juices flowing again, once I started making original music for the very first time. It was nerve-racking, but was exciting and I felt more confident to move away from loops and samples and just make music that I personally want to create with a concept in mind, rather than pre-used ideas from loops and samples to create songs from them.
Another thing about the album, was that it was the first to have some of the tracks to get their own music videos. Those videos were filmed in my bedroom and in the back at my house up in the hills.
I had so much fun making the videos, especially when it comes to the editing stage. I still look back at these videos with fond memories, and it showed me that I can create videos solo, without any help with my colleagues.
At a time when I felt nothing but sadness, anger and frustration, I find it interesting that the album I made in the end sounded nothing like what was going on, but yet it does at the same time. The themes of loneliness and reflection is the vibe I got now looking back in hindsight and I think it works now that I listen to it three years later.
After the release of Danbient, my life was getting back on track. After half a year without speaking, two of my closest friends and I reconciled and started hanging out and making videos again, I’ve started talking to my family again and letting them help me with my issues, I stopped drinking and smoking and cut them down to a minimum, I’ve completed my Level 3 Creative Media course with good grades and I’ve got my creative juices for music again and haven’t looked back since.
Danbient was my favourite record of all the albums I’ve made and it’s the one that I go back and listen to every now and then. But of course, my new favourite album I’ve made will soon be coming out soon and I’m very excited to release it. Hope to release the first song in June to start building up hype and promote the album and I can’t for you guys to hear the whole thing. Thank you reading this and I hope you enjoy the re-release of Danbient.
- Daniel Woodward
P.S. – I like to thank Charlotte Lomax for allowing me to include two of her short films, One for Sorrow and AfterImage as part of the deluxe version of the reissue. She used a couple of my songs from the album for her films and I’m grateful that she had used them. I felt like this is something I can show my appreciation by including them into the new re-release. Definitely check them out when you get the chance. Thanks Charl! :)
Original Release Date: November 24, 2014
1. Night Light - 00:00:05
2. Morning Moon- 00:02:40
3. Ann Nicol, Sarn - 00:08:21
4. Time Passing By - 00:14:22
5. Street Lights - 00:22:08
6. Raining with No Rhythm - 00:30:07
7. Graffitic Patterns - 00:34:55
8. The Hills Blowing in the Wind - 00:38:01
9. Evening Sun - 00:41:17
10. End of Spring/Through the Trees - 00:49:08
Link to Danbient | Reversed (2017 Remaster):
Link to the Music Installation Videos:
Links to the Short Films:
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