Boston Gets A Grip


What it Takes

Written by Steven Tyler, Joe Perry, and Desmond Child.

Released in 1989 - "Pump" album.

Band name: Jody Sandwich
Song: "What it Takes"

Band members:
Vocals: Jody Moore
Guitars: Richard Mirsky
Drums: Jon Landy
Bass: Watts Shimmura

Engineered by KRM
Mixed by John Felice
@ Small Fryte Studio, Allston, Mass.

"Add a pickle and serve"

Jody has been in the biz since the age of 6, appearing on Rex Trailers Boomtown several times, acting in local commercials and modeling for a department store. Jody started her singing career in Boston with a band that opened for Ronnie Spector, and went on to perform with Doctor Manhattan, Orangutang, The Peecocks, The Kenne Highland Clan, Jo Jo Laine, Kins Theys Ashamed Of, The Goody Goody Gumdrops, Rosebud, and Highland Moore. She has releases on Stanton Park Records and Runt of the Litter. Also, Jody was Bostons music videographer from 1990 to 2002. She worked with Boston noteables Peter Wolf, Robin Lane, Mark Sandman, Figures On A Beach, Heretix, Buffalo Tom, Lou Barlow, and The Mighty Mighty Bosstones. Nationally she has worked for Todd Rundgren, The Tubes, and The Pursuit of Happiness and continues to do so.

Jody Sandwich came about in early 1995 when Jody, Richard, Jon and John started jamming at the Kendall Cafe in Cambridge on Sunday afternoons.

Presently, Jody is performing in Highland Moore with local legend Kenne Highland from Hopelessly Obscure.

You can find Richard with Hixx and The Mesmerines, and Jon with The Mesmerines and Zipper.

All are still a Jody Sandwich.

KRM= Kissy Pig Studios.

John Felice forges ahead with the legendary Real Kids.


Contact: Jody Urbati-Moore

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