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Death of Nylon & Steel’s Molecule Machine

from Paul Cama:

It brings me sad new to say that the Machine (the Molecule Maker) that fueled the Nylon & Steel Band.  Mostly the live shows for nearly 7 out of its 10 year run w/ the band was laid to rest in the green dumpster on Monday.   Even though the band has not been together in nearly 7 yrs, Molecule Maker (as it was called by the band & the fans) was repaired seven times in the past but, after losing a long battle of its entire liquid that leaked out do to a small crack in the shell. Doctors were unable to salvage it. Ode to Joy was played after it was tossed.


The molecule maker first came into play when the band’s bassist David Bartow was trying to create a psychedelic light show with Drummer Paul Cama in the early 90’s (in the vein of Josh Light Show who did it for the Dead & Airplane in the 60’s.) The Idea behind it says guitarist Jim Frazzitta (from a 2001 Strike Force Music interview) “was to slip behind one of the molecule,” “The Bubbles,” & just enjoy the show….it also came w/out question to use that as our title of our first cd…”  After many failed attempts with over head projectors, slide projectors, oil, food coloring, water, cans, bowls, clear plastic, glass, along with many other things (not to mention replacing projector bulbs every other show.)   Paul realized that they needed something that won’t be too messy or destroy the equipment.

It wasn’t long before David found a machine in a store he knew with Paul’s machine back round this could work!  Paul got the machine which became known as the molecule maker (from a mid 90’s freak Show News interview w/ Paul) “..It was the last one in the store I don’t even think it came in a box….…a few days later I found an old slide projector in the trash… I cut a slot in it put legs on it & mounted it inside..…I just had to reconfigure the cooling system …the molecule maker (as what the fans called it) was plastic… & once we mounted it we were able to project the molecule’s on the wall.”

The slide show which was run by Troy Lighting Caravan Magic Lantern Projection Show.  Troy was not available for comment when this article was written.  But the molecule’s can be found on the back of the first Nylon & Steel CD “Slip Behind the Molecule” available at most record stores (Huntington Tracks on Wax), CD Babymoleculemusic@optonline.net & through Jim Frazzitta P.O. Box 570 East Northport, NY.11731

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