* No guitar, No Bass, No Pick, No Pluck. Only Pescara's Megatar with touchstyle technique!

Music from Jorge Pescara's 'Knight Without Armour' album / Voiceprint records 2011

This album "Knight Without Armour" is a kind of "film-score global prog-fusion" and it talks about a knight's journey who tries to understand the humanity and personal soul's problems...

The Reptilian Song

Jorge Pescara - Megatar, Keyboards, Samples & adictional percussions
Marc Jung - Drums, Keyboards
Aurelien Lino - Synthesizers
Luis Guerreiro - Chinese Flute
Zozo - percussions

orchestration by Jorge Pescara & Marc Jung
Sound engineered by: Marc Jung

VIDEO CREDITS
Concepted by: Joana Puntel
Directed by: Jorge Pescara
Produced by: Jorge Pescara & Renata Puntel
Video Edition: Renata Puntel
Dancer: Joana Puntel
Filmed at: "Monsanto Park, Portugal, 2011"
Cameras: Bianca Hernandes & Alda Lopez
Executive Producer: Claudia Teixeira
Hair designer Alvaro Franco
Make up: Alvaro Franco
Costumes & props: Renata Puntel & Joana Puntel

 

 

Praematurus Incubus


AUDIO CREDITS
Jorge Pescara - Megatar, Keyboards, Samples & adictional percussions
Marc Jung - Drums, Keyboards

Sound engineered by: Marc Jung

VIDEO CREDITS
concepted by: Renata Puntel & Mariáh Voltaire
Video Edition: Renata Puntel
Dancers: Renata Puntel & Mariáh Voltaire
Filmed at: "Ruinas praia do Guincho, Cascais, Portugal, 2011"
Cameras:
Joana Angélica, Carlos P., Claudia Teixeira
Executive Producer: Claudia Teixeira

 

 

Atacama is a musical project with a philosophical approach, which has the purpose of join dance and music in a transcendental fusion.

Atacama Project are:
Jorge Pescara - musician, author, composer, arranger & producer
Renata Puntel - dancer, pianist, singer, artisan & graphic designer

 

Prelude to Autumn - 'Poesia em Movimento' (Jorge PEscara)

Prelude to Autumn 'Poesia em Movimento' by Jorge Pescara
Jorge Pescara - Megatar, samples, loops and additional percussion
Renata Puntel - Dancer

VIDEO
concepted by: Renata Puntel & Jorge Pescara
directed by: Jorge Pescara
produced by: Atacama Project
edition by: Renata Puntel
filmed at: Cromlech Almendre, Portugal 2011
cameras: Bianca Hernandes & Alda Lopez
hair designer & make up: Jean Claude Marie
costumes & props: Belle Danse Boutique

 

SpiderWeb's Poetry (Atacama's Project)

'Spiderweb's Poetry' by Jorge Pescara
Jorge Pescara - Megatar, samples & Keyborad
Marc Jung - Drums, Keyboard & Sound Engineer
Renata Puntel - Dancer

VIDEO
concepted by: Renata Puntel & Jorge Pescara
directed by: Jorge Pescara
produced by: Atacama Project
edition by: Renata Puntel
filmed at: Vivenda do Fidalgo, Pias, Portugal 2011
cameras: Bianca Hernandes & Alda Lopez
hair designer & make up: Alvaro Franco
costumes & props: Belle Danse Boutique

 

Mundi Ex Machina (Atacama's Project)

Mundi Ex Machina by Jorge Pescara
Jorge Pescara - Megatar, keyboards, samples & loops
Renata Puntel - Dancer

VIDEO
concepted & directed by: Jorge Pescara
edition by: Renata Puntel
filmed at: Lisboa, Portugal 2011
Pescara's photos by: PH
cameras: Bianca Hernandes & Alda Lopez
hair designer & make up: Jean Claude Marie
costumes & props: Belle Danse Boutique

 

 

Etude to Spring (Atacama's Project)

Etude to Spring by Jorge Pescara
Jorge Pescara - Megatar, samples, loops and additional percussion
Renata Puntel - Dancer

VIDEO
concepted by: Renata Puntel & Jorge Pescara
directed by: Jorge Pescara
produced by: Atacama Project
edition by: Renata Puntel
filmed at: Pias, Portugal 2011
cameras: Bianca Hernandes & Alda Lopez
hair designer & make up: Jean Claude Marie
costumes & props: Belle Danse Boutique

Slice Two (The Lom[Bo] Project Portugal)

The sound of Lombo is completely unique. Listen to the magnificent way the song builds, accompanied by images of Lisbon, and the lives of the members of Lom[bo] Sound Project.

João Ribeiro (piano, samples, loops)
Marc Jung (drums, keyboards, loops, producer)
Jorge Pescara (Megatar touchstyle, synthesizer solos).

Bass Workshop (Portugal - 2007)

Jorge Pescara's bass workshop, filmed in 'Musifex music store', Lisbon - Portugal May 2007
Funk Fingers are a kind of drumsticks that are attached to the fingers of a bass player for producing extra-funky sounds on a bass guitar. They were created by Tony Levin (Peter Gabriel, King Crimson, Yes, Pink Floyd, Liquid Tension Experiment) and his guitar tech, Andy Moore. The aim was to recreate the effect of drumming on the strings of one's bass as done by drummer Jerry Marotta for Peter Gabriel's song "Big Time" when recording the album So.

The original Funk Fingers were strapped to the fingers, but after some experimentation with cutouts and elastic loops for fingers, Levin decided the most comfortable design has a rubber cap at the end of the fingers. The current version of Funk Fingers comes with two different lengths for his index and middle finger.

 

 

Grooves in The Temple Band

Pescara's with his "Grooves in the Temple band" show (Baixo Cover Bass Festival 2005)
Jorge Pescara, Sydnei Carvalho, Maurício Leite, Lika Meinberg...

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