Dawg posted a challenge to write a song about delusion in 60 seconds. He specifically mentioned mass consciousness; I went with consciousness in general, writing about an associate I never agreed with, but realized in the end when we are both dead all of the arguments won’t matter. It bleeds slightly over the 60-second mark because the ambient sounds linger after the music is over : )
Eurodance song inspired from the 90’s and NES music
A song with Linda. One of the songs that I am most proud of, simply because of her voice.
This was the second or third song I recorded when I first got into hard disc recording. The signals are a bit hot, the guitar tracks were my son Joey at 16, two quick passes and we weree done. He tends to make everything I do sound legit. He’s 32 now and having a fabulous life a guitar hero. Proud? DAMN RIGHT!
Here’s one from the bitter cxhapter. A great exit solo from Joey Landreth!
A bitter little ditty. Wait for the great exit solo by Joey Landreth
Hope this works 🙂
Original ~ Eclectic i would say . Melodic line is what i normall . . . feel free to ask how this one came about to . . .
Ghosts and other paranormal thingamabobs sometimes entered my head when I was younger, and one day recently, I got a glimmer of something a little odd – nicknamed him “The Disappearing Man”. Also a reference to me losing a lot of weight over the past year or three. There’s also a reference to getting older and becoming more “invisible” in the real world.
I’m playing/singing everything here.
This one is about the incredible beauty and solitude one can find on and around Lake Powell. You can get lost in more ways than one!
Cat gut, cool breezes, and rum cocktails on the beach.
A loopy piano tune… again from night number one, all those decades ago. lol
Colab with David Mcnair