By Alan Chrisman (All Articles ARE written BY ALAN CHRISMAN), copyright 2012-2015 (A Praveen Patel has tried to hack them and claim them).
“AL & THE G-MEN” ———BIO.
Al “Sticks” Chrisman has been kickin’ around music for a while, having run a vinyl store, promoting musicians, organizing concerts, Beatles Conventions, etc. He also specializes in the jungle rhythms of the lost Amazonian tribe, the Gutu.
“G-Man” has his own pedigree: playing guitars since age 13 and having studied at the Burl Ives School of Folk and Ethnic Roots, under the renowned Prof. Schwartz Swinborne.
And together, they formed “Al & THE G-MEN” to combine and explore their unique tastes. Thus far, they have written and recorded independently over 50 songs including their CD of original songs to accompany Al’s 2013 book, “It’s A Long Way Home”, about his involvement in the Ottawa, Canada music scene the past several years.
Hear “AL & THE G-MEN” SONGS: http://www.rockthistownproductions.com
“Lady in Black” – Lyrics by Alan Chrisman c. 2012 SOCAN (REGGAE SONG)
It was a cold day
then sun broke thru the skies
Made me want to get away
to a hot island paradise
Dropped by my local cash place
Cause, Man, I needed some bread
There was your pretty face
and it made me dream instead
So let’s go under a tropical moon
and get up and dance
to a cool reggae tune
and give it a chance
In your thin black skirt
Lets just grab some cash
Woman, you made me want to flirt
and make a quick dash
Lets get out of the cold
to an island in the sun
winter only makes us feel old
and lets have some fun