Can’t Stop, Oh No by Raz Rassel. This is a power ballad recorded on an old-school 4track cassette multi-track recorder in 1993. This is before Auto-tune. I used a Digitech Vocalist for backing vocals, which was one of the first vocal harmonizers released commercially. The guitar used was my 1987 Kramer Focus 3000 (which I still have) on a Marshall JCM 800 and a custom Fender 4×12 speaker cabinet (which I also still have).
F minor is an experimental guitar instrumental by rock guitarist Raz Rassel. Raz used a 1976 Gibson SG Standard, an Orange Rockerverb 50 MKII amp and an Orange 2×12 speaker cabinet.
Razworks is a company founded Michael Rassel in Sarasota, FL in 2002. Michael is an Internet developer and rock musician, originally hailing from Minneapolis, MN. As a realtime 3D developer in New York City, Michael worked on web 3D projects for clients such as Sony, Nike, and IBM. Michael managed a team that won a…
Raz Rassel covers Don’t Go, the 1981 radio song by Judas Priest. To record this song, Raz used a 1973 Gibson Les Paul Custom electric guitar on an Orange Rockerverb 50 MKII tube amplifier with an Orange 2×12 closed-back speaker cabinet.
A synth rock / orchestral styled instrumental by Raz Rassel. Recorded in 2001 in New York City.