"Sax Man" from 'The Lost Boys' Releases First Solo Album, 'Blood on the Reed' - Bloody Disgusting
Connect with us

Music

“Sax Man” from ‘The Lost Boys’ Releases First Solo Album, ‘Blood on the Reed’

Published

on

Musician Tim Cappello has a pretty great bio on Wikipedia, the website describing that he’s “notable for his muscular physique, his sexually provocative movements during his performances and for his tendency to perform shirtless, with his skin oiled and hair in a ponytail.” All of that goodness is on display in The Lost Boys, wherein he played “Sax Man”!

Over 30 years after the release of The Lost Boys, Cappello has just put out his very first solo album, titled Blood on the Reed. Over on Cappello’s website, you can grab the album in the form of an MP3 file or on CD, the latter of which he will sign and personalize for you.

Cappello describes the album, “It’s definitely a rocker, but with a funky twist. It’s mostly classic songs I love to play live and twist them around a bit (and of course it includes a brand spanking new jammed-out version of I Still Believe).”

This really is a labor of love for me,” he adds. “I played pretty much every note on the record with some notable exceptions. Joan Cappello sang the background vocals with me, and on I Still Believe, I had lots of help. Michael Mancini produced it and played keyboards. Sammy Merendino played the drums, and Glenn Alexander played guitar.”

We still believe. Do you?

Writer in the horror community since 2008. Owns Eli Roth's prop corpse from Piranha 3D. Has three awesome cats. Still plays with toys.


AROUND THE WEB


Click to comment