ISADAR – “REVOLUTION: Counting Bruises” – Album Credits

Description: “REVOLUTION:  Counting Bruises” (2017) is Isadar’s 20th studio album. It comes nearly 10 years after his last vocal album, “The Omega Point” (March 2008). “REVOLUTION” is musically electronic with pop-song structure sensibilities that are occasionally danceable. Containing intelligent and thought-provoking lyrical themes, the album is much in-line with adult contemporary tastes.

SONAR 7 PE, Dimension Pro, Drum Programming, Piano, Keyboards, Vocals, and Voices: Isadar
Recorded, Mixed, & Mastered At: MME Recordings, Cajun country, Louisiana
Bass – Ryan Thibodeaux (on “Do You Hear Me / Fear Me?”)
Harmonica, Electric Guitars – Austin Thibodeaux (on “Do You Hear Me / Fear Me?”)
Acoustic Guitars – Austin Thibodeaux (on “2nd Chances”)
Electric and Acoustic Guitars – Kim “Sharp” Guidry (on “Can’t Let You Go”)
NOTE: “Gumbo” is a comical ‘tongue-in-cheek’ Cajun French parody of Kelis’ “Milkshake.” It is a “transformative work” based on the writings of Pharrell L. Williams and Chad Hugo, as well as the performance and style of recording artist, Kelis.

Parody lyrics written by F.I. Thibodeaux, and published by Mainya Music Publishing (BMI). All rights reserved.

Songs written by F.I. Thibodeaux and published by Mainya Music Publishing (BMI)
Running time: 44:19 MME- 0310
© 1987, 1990, 1992, 1993, 2000, 2003, 2007, 2011, 2017 F.I. Thibodeaux
℗ 2017 Mainya Music Entertainment

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