The Catman Chronicles 2
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Click a thumbnail to watch either of the music videos via YouTube.Father, You Believed
"'My Vegas Pussy' by Catman Cohen is a captivating song that delves into the theme of empowerment and individuality. Through its intriguing lyrics and powerful melody, it invites listeners to explore their own desires and celebrate their unique identities. It is a song that resonates deeply and encourages us to live life on our own terms.
The song resonates with me on a personal level, as it reminds me of a time when I myself encountered someone with a similar wild and untamed spirit. Just like the protagonist in the song, I was drawn to their confident and independent nature."
- Hazel Freeman, Old Time Music, The Meaning Behind The Song: My Vegas Pussy by Catman Cohen
"If you want to put together a soundtrack for your cross-country road trip or get in the mood for your upcoming nature hike, these songs are the best selection for you."
17. “If I Could Divide the Smell of Flowers” by Catman Cohen
- Musician Authority, Best Songs About Nature
"We bring you 101 of the very best songs related to stars."
- Joseph L. Hollen, Old Time Music, Top 101 Songs with the Word Star in the Title
"[Father, You Believed] is a tribute to Cohen’s father, who passed away. The lyrics describe the memories Cohen has of his father and the love and support he provided throughout his life."
- Camilla Rabin, Musicaroo, 27 Songs About Losing a Parent
"(If I Could Divide the Smell of Flowers) makes the case that not only would all humans benefit from accessibility to nature but that it is something all humans deserve….(Catman Cohen) expresses a desire to share the smell of flowers with everyone suffering or lost in life who cannot connect to nature, such as incarcerated people, the elderly in nursing homes, and laborers who spend their days underground."
- Eduardo Perez, Song Splurge, 27 Best Songs About Nature
* PLEASE NOTE: Articles on Song Splurge are reviewed and edited by Berklee College School of Music alumni
"Cohen pictures a narrator wandering through a town, searching for his father. Even as he remembers his father’s support and advice, he still can’t find him."
- Cassie Barthuly, Cake, 25+ Comforting Songs About Losing Your Dad
"Headed up by the enigmatic singer/songwriter Catman Cohen, the group aims to move music from vacuous entertainment back to being a force for change..."
- Joe Frietze, INK 19
"...the theme of social engagement - in this case through environmental preoccupation - is a means to promoting different human behavior as desirable: that of altruism, love, emotion, understanding, bonding..."
- Joeri De Ren, Dogmatik
"I absolutely LOVE his voice. It has to be one of the deepest I have heard. Like a giant toad with laryngitis singing in the center of a spacious hollow planet."
"Reminded me of some music from Gino Vannelli, some songs with sweet female voices, but again others with Catman's Serge Gainsbourg-like bullfrog vocals."
- Gary Levinson, Indie Music Review
"'Heaven In My Mind' shines as a hauntingly melodic thumper -- it's the perfect dance track ... addicting and orgasmic..."
- Adam Mico, Apequake
"Think Chris Rea and Nick Cave on holiday with Leonard Cohen watching a Tarantino movie..."
- Dave Chislett, Matchbox Radio 24
"...the raw poetry, the depth of feeling and caring, the times when he is really lucid and the sheer good music in many cuts are such that Cohen is worth checking out..."
- Jay Levin, Real Talk LA Magazine
Keyboards and Acoustic Guitars: Henry Iglesias
Electric and Acoustic Guitars, Bass, and Leads: James Lum
Saxophones: George Englund
Drums and Percussion: Gabriel Santana Falcon
Drums and Percussion: James McCarty
Music and Lyrics by Catman Cohen
Produced and Arranged by Henry Iglesias
Engineered and Mixed by James Lum
© First Step Productions Studio
Mastered by Stev Tyszka
Website and Graphic Design by Christopher Getman
Cover Art Concept by Alexey Steele and Christopher Getman
Legal by Dean Sheldon Serwin
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Words and Music by John Ondrasik
Musical Arrangement by Catman Cohen and Henry Iglesias
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