Jonny Polonsky: You Turn Me On Jim Sclavunos Remix

Jonny Polonsky is a compadre who in Kingdom of Sleep, his most recent studio album, has delivered one of the most surprising records of this 2020 due to the type of nuances he receives in each song, very much in keeping with the times and that reveals in singles such as The Weeping Souls, Ghost Like Soul, and Sign in the Window, more to continue with the promotion of the album, already in circulation, it gives us a version remixed by a certain Jim Sclavunos, who among its blazons He works with Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, Lydia Lunch, Teenage Jesus & The Jerks, Beirut Slump, 8 Eyed Spy, Sonic Youth, The Cramps, Vanity Set, Johnny Cash, Neil Diamond, Tom Morello (Rage Against The Machine), and Donovan, who set aside to do a very personal job on a single that will hit platforms on August 7. You Turn Me On Jim Sclavunos Remix has that spark that means recognition and surrender to the flirting received, more since the flirting is so vague that it could be directed at someone else, that person who emits it, in addition to seeking an increase, must approach directly to receive your reward. You Turn Me On wasn’t written with a specific person in mind. These are just the words and melodies that came up when I heard the music (I recorded all the music before I wrote a melody or words, which is very unusual for me). But then again, as Keith Richards said, when asked which person he wrote a particular love song for, “they’re about all of ’em,”. You Turn Me On was not written with a specific person in mind. These are just the words and melodies that came up when I listened to the music (I recorded all the music before writing a melody or words, which is very unusual for me). But again, as Keith Richards said, when asked who he wrote a particular love song for, “It’s all about them.” Jim Sclavunos has been making music for many, many years, and is always involved in something cool – whether it’s with The Cramps, Lydia Lunch, Tav Falco, on and on… Jim is a diehard music lover and creator, my favorite kind of music maker. (Believe me, not everyone is like that. There are so many “just-add-water-makes-its-own-sauce” kinda folk. It’s just not my scene, maaaaaan). His work with Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, and Grinderman just thrill me to my soul. I love that music so much. It can be like a healing balm on some raw, aching wound, or an icepick through the forehead, their music always delivers. Jim Sclavunos has been making music for many, many years, and is always involved in something great, be it with The Cramps, Lydia Lunch, Tav Falco, and so on… Jim is a music lover and creator, wave my favorite music creator. (Believe me, not everyone is like that. There are so many people who just “add water, make their own sauce. It’s not my scene, weeeeey.) His work with Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds, and Grinderman just moved me. I love that music a lot. It can be like a healing balm on a painful or raw wound, or an ice stick on the forehead, his music always comes. Jim hosts a radio show in London, so he’s fairly accessible. I emailed him and asked him if he would do a remix of a song from my last record, Kingdom of Sleep. I liked the music, and voila. Three weeks later out came a bouncing baby remix, all dark and weird and fun and awesome. A Promethean promenade for a perfect pandemic summer playlist. Jim hosts a radio show in London, making it quite accessible. I emailed him and asked if he would do a remix of a song from my latest album, Kingdom of Sleep. He liked the music and voila. Three weeks later a bouncing baby remix came out, all dark, weird, fun and amazing. A promising boardwalk for a perfect playlist for a summer pandemic. Jonny Polonsky Jonny Polonsky, You Turn Me On Jim Sclavunos Remix… I like this: I like Loading … Related