To the unknown followers of my blog,

I got a new Tattoo yesterday, it’s my second tattoo so far and this time it’s something that represent me a lot: Cowboy Bebop カウボーイビバップ.

Cowboy Bebop カウボーイビバップ indeed represent me a lot since 1999. I love the series, the characters, and the psychological and philosophical side. I Love the entire soundtrack made by Yoko Kanno, God knows I listen to it often. That soundtrack was there in my life when I was happy, sad, mad, in pain, etc. Since a couple of year, I wanted to have a tattoo with Japanese writing but I never knew what writing I really wanted. I realized it was the best idea ever to have Japanese tattoo writing with something that represents me a lot. Cowboy Bebop is a huge part of my past and present, and now will be a part of my future for sure.

Romston (n_n)

PS: Here’s some pictures:


Cowboy Bebop - カウボーイビバップ Tattoo
On the picture: Cowboy Bebop – カウボーイビバップ Tattoo


Cowboy Bebop - カウボーイビバップ Tattoo
On the picture: Cowboy Bebop – カウボーイビバップ Tattoo


Cowboy Bebop - カウボーイビバップ Tattoo
On the picture: Cowboy Bebop – カウボーイビバップ Tattoo


Cowboy Bebop - カウボーイビバップ Tattoo
On the picture: Cowboy Bebop – カウボーイビバップ Tattoo


Cowboy Bebop - カウボーイビバップ Tattoo
On the picture: Cowboy Bebop – カウボーイビバップ Tattoo


Cowboy Bebop - カウボーイビバップ Tattoo
On the picture: Cowboy Bebop – カウボーイビバップ Tattoo


Ahaha even if i like Louis Armstrong, this video is awesome !
The Markness made the song fitting with the video. So funny and at the same time, the song is good too (for people who like death metal).
Enjoy


On the video: What a Wonderful World / Death Metal version with Louis Armstrong song by The Markness

Vocals: The Markness
Arrangement, Instruments, & Recording: Andy Rehfeldt
Edit: Stephanie Wooten
On the video: Louis Armstrong

 

What a Wonderful World / Death Metal version with Louis Armstrong song by The Markness
On the picture: What a Wonderful World with Louis Armstrong



On the video: Perpetuum Jazzile – Africa


REMPLISMOI
On the picture: Perpetuum Jazzile – Africa (Click for a bigger picture)

Look at the Perpetuum Jazzile info on Wikipedia:
Perpetuum Jazzile on wikipedia

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Song: Pump up the jam from the Lost fingers

I discovered them at the Montreal International Jazz Festival

 

Group/Artist: “The lost fingers”

Album / Collection: “Lost in the 80s”

Song: Pump up the jam

Buy album on Amazon:
The lost fingers – Lost in the 80s

Look at the lost fingers on mySpace:
the lost fingers on mySpace

Look at the lost fingers official web site:
lost fingers official web site


The lost fingers
On the picture: The lost fingers


The lost fingers
On the picture: The lost fingers

Lyric:

Ooh,ayyyh, a place to stay
Get your boody on the floor tonight
Make my day

Ooh,ayyyh, a place to stay
Get your boody on the floor tonight
Make my day

Uhh… Uhh

Pump up the jam
Pump it up
While your feet are stompin’
And the jam is pumpin’
Look at here the crowd is jumpin’
Pump it up a little more
Get the party going on the dance floor
Seek us that’s where the party’s at
And you’ll find out if you’re too bad

Ooh,ayyyh, a place to stay
Get your boody on the floor tonight
Make my day
Ooh,ayyyh, a place to stay
Get your boody on the floor tonight
Make my day
Make my day
Make my day
Make my, Make my, make
Make my day
Make my day
Make my day
Make my, Make my, make…

Pump up the jam
Pump it up
While your feet are stompin’
And the jam is pumpin’
Look at here the crowd is jumpin’
Pump it up a little more
Get the party going on the dance floor
Seek us that’s where the party’s at
And you’ll find out if you’re too bad

Ooh,ayyyh, a place to stay
Get your boody on the floor tonight
Make my day
Ooh, ayyh, a place to stay
Get your boody on the floor tonight
Make my day (Make my day)
Make my day (Make my day)
Make my day (Make my day)
Make my, Make my, make
Make my day (Make my day)
Make my day (Make my day)
Make my day (Make my day)
Make my, Make my, make…

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Song: N.Y. Rush from The Seatbelts’ New York Musicians

 

Group/Artist: “The Seatbelts’ New York Musicians”

Album / Collection: “Cowboy Bebop: Blue”

Year of release:: May 1, 1999

Song: N.Y. Rush

Track 8

Buy album on Amazon:
Cowboy Bebop – N.Y. Rush

Look at the The Seatbelts Musicians info on Wikipedia:
The Seatbelts

Look at the song info on Wikipedia:
Cowboy Bebop Blue


Ashidt, Jupiter Jazz
Picture artist: Ashidt
Picture title: Jupiter Jazz


Rakiman, Conversations with the bass
Picture artist: Rakiman
Picture title: Conversations with the bass


Phonesmadeofpeople, G
Picture artist: Phonesmadeofpeople
Picture title: G


The-glue, Knobs
Picture artist: The-glue
Picture title: Knobs


Rakiman, Two Brothers
Picture artist: Rakiman
Picture title: Two Brothers

 

The Seatbelts’ New York Musicians:

  • Drums:Jim Mussen, Bobby Previte, Tony Reedus
  • Guitar: Stuw Cutler
  • Piano: Mark Soskin
  • Bass: Booker King
  • Trumpet: Steven Bernstein
  • Trombone: Josh Roseman
  • Soprano Saxophone: Steve Wilson
  • Alto Saxophone: Bob Debellis
  • Tenor Saxophone: Paul Shapiro
  • Baritone Saxophone: Jim Hartog
  • Djembe: Mike Wimberly, Jonh McDowell
  • Harmonica: Bill Lynas
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