Tag Archives: Krešimir Petar Pustički

Agua de Beber by Funk Elastic

Agua de Beber by Funk Elastic

Agua de Beber (Water to Drink) by Funk Elastic, this is a famous bossa nova written by Antonio Carlos Jobim, Portuguese lyrics written by Vinícius de Moraes and English lyrics by Norman Gimbel. The first release was by Vinícius de Moraes in 1961, but the most widely known performance is by Astrud Gilberto, released in 1963, and it has been covered by many artists since. Continue reading

The First Noel by Zdenko Ivanušić

The First Noel by Zdenko Ivanušić

The First Noel by Zdenko Ivanušić, this is a famous traditional English Christmas Carol. This song is arranged for electric piano, alto or tenor saxophone and string orchestra with optional flute and glockenspiel. Mixing and mastering is done by Krešimir Petar Pustički, viola player and professor at Zagreb Music Academy, also an extraordinary sound engineer. Continue reading

Mother Popcorn by Funk Elastic

Mother Popcorn feat. Nikola Marjanovic by Funk Elastic

Mother Popcorn by Funk Elastic feat. Nikola Marjanović is a song written by James Brown and Alfred “Pee Wee” Ellis, recorded by James Brown Orchestra and released as a two-part single in 1969. Mother Popcorn (You Got to Have a Mother for Me) has a groove and structure similar to Cold Sweat, but a faster tempo and a greater amount of rhythmic activity give it a more funkier quality than the earlier song. Continue reading

Lost in HTML 22 by Funk Elastic

Lost in HTML 22 by Funk Elastic

Lost in HTML 22 by Funk Elastic is a jazz-fusion composition based on a strong unison line, featuring trumpet and alto saxophone solos. This is a new version of a tune originally released in 2006 on the Lost in HTML album and there are already two remixes by Robert Lajić a.k.a. BeeBass, Lost in HTML Remix and Voodoo. There is also an acoustic version by Donna Lee Saxophone Quartet on the Mellow album. This version by Funk Elastic features Andrej Jakuš on trumpet and Zdenko Ivanušić on alto saxophone. Continue reading

Adeste Fideles by Funk Elastic

O Come, All Ye Faithful (Adeste Fideles) by Funk Elastic

O Come, All Ye Faithful (Adeste Fideles) by Funk Elastic, this is a famous Christmas Carol composed by John Francis Wade, English translation by Frederick Oakeley. This song is arranged for tenor saxophone solo with string orchestra and optional flute. Mixing and mastering is done by Krešimir Petar Pustički, viola player and professor at Zagreb Music Academy, also an extraordinary sound engineer. Continue reading