After the success of El Nino, the band went into the studio early
December 2004 to record a pre-recording demo at the Conserve
Studios in Stellenbosch under the watchful eye of Helmut Meijer
from Merchant Records. The pre-recording went on tour with the band
in December to give them time to listen to the songs and change
anything they disliked, or add some flavor. Most of the songs were
also being played live to hear if all of the arrangements worked
with an overwhelming response from their fans!
After a much-needed summer-break the band got together middle
January to start the recording of their third CD. It was soon
evident that the bands sound and recording techniques have grown
tremendously since first going into the studio. The sound this time
round is fuller and fatter.
The band decided to call the CD Nomad to symbolize their journey
as a band here and abroad. It was also chosen to symbolize how the
music has grown, or moved from where it was a couple of years ago
to where it is today.
Most of the songs were written and arranged by the whole band
with only a couple of exceptions. They recorded their own version
of Toss the Feathers - a traditional Irish Folk Song, which have
also been recorded by The Corrs. Caravans, the theme song of the
movie Caravans, were recorded due to public demand. An Afrikaans
Folk Song Medley was also recorded.
And then for the first time the band recorded a song with
vocals (from the Libertas Choir) on it The Click Song.
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