Merry Christmas from Mr. Anonymous

…i wanted to send out a BIG happy holidays to all of you….hope youre all enjoying some good feasts and fun with your family and friends!!!! and if youre interested in enjoying a true Mr. Anonymous tradition, rent a Bond movie like Goldfinger or Thunderball, throw on Miles Davis “Milestones”, and mix up an “Uncle Pete” and after you take a first sip you have to say “Damn thats good”… the story and recipe is on the Lifestyle section of the site :) cheers cheers  jeep

Press Release : Samples drummer teams up with Ranking Roger from The Beat

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – December 1st, 2011

Colorado Based Mr. Anonymous releases his
supercharged 3rd effort – Champion Sound.

Mr. Anonymous’ highly anticipated Champion Sound brings
the music to a new level. The newest CD is a blend of sounds
that supercharge trippy vibes, energized drumming, raw
psychedelia with punk attitude. Champion Sound
features Ranking Roger of The English Beat fame as well his talented
son Ranking Jr.

Boulder, CO December 1st, 2011

Mr. Anonymous is the brainchild of Jeep MacNichol, former Samples
drummer, former solo
artist and now music industry veteran leading his newest musical
vision. Champion Sound takes
his sound into new territory and by the sound of the tracks displays a
maturity in organic musicianship
as compared to the previous electronica influenced releases – Mr.
Anonymous 1 & 2. The drumming on CS is
very strong – one can definitely tell that the CD was explicitly
oriented around percussion and
rhythm.

Mr. Anonymous has produced a body of work that is as unique and fresh
as anyone I have ever
heard. As an underground phenomenon, an upstart so to speak, Mr. A
“brings it” to Champion
Sound with a fresh organic feel using only live drums, bass, and
guitars and even live horns.
The sound behind the album is a mix of reggae, dub, soca, and jazz,
and as the founder Jeep MacNichol
states, “my approach going into the album was to create a vibe like a
mix of The Clash’s Black Market Clash and Miles Davis’s Kind Of Blue.
I wanted a raw analog punk production where the singers sound like
they’re sitting in the room with you.”
Mr. A has an approach of being able to work with
different  musical influences and combine them on tracks seamlessly
which are highlighted by unique
instrumentation. Guest appearances by the likes of Sly and Robbie,
Dave Wakeling, and Ranking Roger as well as others can
be heard on Mr. Anonymous 1&2. The future certainly looks bright
for the musician with live performances locally in Colorado, and
consistent radio support by
local stations including KGNU and Greenlightradio.com.

Mr. Anonymous’ Champion Sound is a very unique lively reggae vibe that
certainly deserves a listen. His
band is scheduled for live dates in the Colorado area, and the CD is
planned for release on the 1st
of December and will be downloadable from the website on the 2nd of
December. The band is
open to booking and anyone interested should contact them.

Contact Information:

Jeep MacNichol a.k.a. Mr. Anonymous
Director of Operations
Email: (Enable Javascript to see the email address)
http://www.mranonymous.net

new Mr. Anonymous album featuring Ranking Roger and Ranking Jr.

rankingfellas…so i’m hitting the studio next week to mix the new album. It is a slammin psychedelic vibe mix of  “Black Market Clash” meets “Kind Of Blue” meets “Regatta De Blanc”…analog raw trippy sounds, heavy tribal beats, with machine gun in the clouds voicings by 2 amazing singers..Ranking Roger and Ranking Jr. a.k.a. Mini Murphy…The album is called “Champion Sound” and will be available on December 1rst!! cheers cheers

jeep

Mr. Anonymous Reggae and Jazz radio show …track list(monday september 26, 2011)

milestones…so here’s the list of tunes from the radio show on monday(not in order)…and sorry we were only in mono in the right ear…kind of old school vibe i guess for the jazz tunes: Woody Shaw “to kill a brick”, Yellowman “jamaica nice”, Les McCann and Eddie Harris “set us free”, UB40 “my way of thinkig”, Freddie Hubbard “super blue”, Bob Marley “waiting in vain”, Herbie Hancock “watermelon man”, Cocoa Tea “evening time”, Les Mccann and Eddie Harris “compared to what”, Gregory Isaacs “slave master”, Elvin Jones “three card molly”, LKJ “di great insohreckshan, Quincy Jones ‘killer joe”, Alpha Blondie “jah houphuait”, Miles Davis “so what”, Cocoa Tea “rockin dolly”, The Maytones “money worries”, MC Spyda “tarantula”, Art Blakey And The Jazz Messengers “moanin”, Miles Davis “milestones”

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