Have Love, Will Travel

Have Love, Will Travel

Record Info

Released: 23. Januar 2015

Label: Timezone-Records
Distribution: Timezone Distributions

Produced and performed by Marceese.
Recorded and mixed at zico recordings berlin-kreuzberg october 2014.

Marceese: vocals, guitars, bass, cajon, tambourine, banjo.

This is an KISS-Tribut album!

Tomorrow and tonight (Paul Stanley) 1977
Man of 1000 faces (Gene Simmons) 1978
Plaster caster (Gene Simmons) 1977
I want you (Paul Stanley) 1976
Radioactive (Gene Simmons) 1978
Got love for sale (Gene Simmons) 1977
Easy thing (Peter Criss, Stan Penridge) 1978
Move on (Paul Stanley, Mikel Japp) 1978
Dirty livin`(Peter Criss, Vini Poncia, Stan Penridge) 1979
Rip it out (Ace Frehley, Larry Kelly, Sue Kelly) 1978
Rock and roll all night (Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley) 1975

Nominiert für den Preis der deutschen Schallplattenkritik 2015 in der Rubrik “Folk & Singer/Songwriter” ! !



“…ist wirklich unfassbar gut geworden.”

Good-Times Magazin

“Wow, This 2nd KISS Tribute of Berlin folk artist is a must have gem ….
It’s hard to believe Marceese is from Germany. It really is a pleasure to hear KISS’ obscure songs transformed into Southern sounding folk classics, in a mood that brings you to New Orleans, Mississippi Delta, … a house with a rocking chair on the veranda … “Tommorow and Tonight” goes back to 50’s cajun music … This time “I Want You” and “Rip It Out” are rearranged to emotional dramatically acoustical ballads, with a nearly crying electric guitar during “I Want You”. 
Where Marceese first KISS Tribute “Baby Driver” was mainly acoustical folk music,  “Have Love, Will Travel” have a lot more musical surprises …. “Plaster Caster”, an up-tempo “Radioactive” … nice backing vocals, bass drum and electric guitarsolo on “Got Love For Sale”, Banjo Cajun / bass drum versions of “Move On” and “Rock ‘n Roll All Nite”

… and with a Jimi Hendrix 60’s guitar sound version of “Dirty Livin” Marceese did one of the best KISS cover versions ever …. This really is a must hear!!! 
Hidden track on the album is a humoristic parody folk version of “Charisma” …
It wouldn’t surprise me when one of these covered KISS tunes will be used in a movie or documentary taking place in Southern States of America …
Marceese’s previous KISS Tribute “Baby Driver” I described as a little pearl, now his 2nd KISS Tribute “Have Love, Will Travel” than is a perfectly cut diamond …. KRR TIP !!!”

“…macht granatenmäßigen Spaß und sei sowohl KISS- als auch Marceese-Fans allerwärmstens ans Herz gelegt.”

“Folk-Fans werden hier auf ihre Kosten kommen und für eingefleischte KISS-Fans ist das Album schon aufgrund der originellen Interpretation ein Muss.” 82/100

“…Indem Marceese den Fokus auf das Wesentliche legt und den Titeln seine eigene Note verpasst, nämlich ein folkiges Gewand, entstehen elf Tracks, die trotz oder gerade wegen des Retro-Charmes auf ganzer Linie begeistern können. Nicht zuletzt wird diese Euphorie hervorgerufen durch die stets hörbare Dynamik und Spielfreude des Musikers. So laden ausnahmslos alle Titel zum sofortigen Mitwippen ein und die subtil mitschwingende gute Laune überträgt sich auch auf den Hörer.”