Recollection of the moments when the songs were written:
"Editor: This was the hardest to compose. No romanticism. It is about the state where you cannot argue or communicate with someone; when you are unable to affect their feelings. You cannot say a word.
Around Us: This one is about the band and the friends around us who stand by us, helping and rejoicing together. It is also a musical dialogue, in which three note units lead through the tune. A dialogue about "all that matters is what is between us". External interventions, and "Mr. and Mrs. Opinions" would only side-track us. The original title was "Forget the World Around Us."
Under Her Spell: When you think that this time you have found the one true love, but later it turns out that it was not "love at first sight" - the whole affair was illusory. As fast as you fall in love, you can also fall out of it. Still, at first, it seems as a great love, and blindfolded, we believe in lies and feel that the world is our playground. We become court-jesters in the entertainment of the ice-hearted queens. Finally, we step aside, furiously lamenting how beautiful it could have been.
Waltz for J. C.: John Coltrane, Jesus Christ, Jamie Carragher, John Cusack, Jimmy Connors, but, actually, it stands for Joey Calderazzo, a salutatuion to him, using his world of harmonies and chord changes."
Gábor Horváth "Tojás" - piano, keyboards
János Ávéd - tenor sax
Márton Eged - bass, synth bass
Attila Gálfi - drums
Dániel Redő - percussions
Kornél Fekete-Kovács - trumpet
Bálint Gyémánt - guitar
Zita Gereben - vocal
Linda Kovács - vocal
|4.||Waltz for J. C.|
|5.||Under Her Spell|
|7.||She's So Fine|
|9.||Each Other's Children|