Mythical D [Original Acoustic + Covers, Solo Artist]
Songs from the past21 Oct 2021Songs from the past 2 new/old songs completed in October '21. Both written long ago with friend and fellow Clarion Caller, Amanda - I hope she won't mind my modernised versions. Altar Ego is an obvious slating of actions in the name of faith, whilst The Crow is a song of hope. The Crow was supposed to be titled The Crew, but ... it's one of those 'you had to be there' things.
Last treat...28 Apr 2021Last treat... Here it is - the last addition to my gear, for the foreseeable future. Awesome piece of kit by Gear4music - the reproduction sounds of the kits is very, very good and although it takes a fair bit of space it can be folded flattish and takes about 30 minutes to get up and running from packed away. All the heads are mesh and pressure-sensitive. I heartily recommend you all buy one. Each, that is - not to share.
Hold your tongue...5 Oct 2020Hold your tongue... I can't remember how many years it is since I wrote and recorded so much - and there's still time for more. It's been a challenge getting used to new recording software, having lost cooledit after so many years' faithful service but the audacity stuff is pretty cool and there's probably lots that I could do with it that I haven't figured out how to. Anyway.....onward into winter.
Is nothing sacred ?31 Aug 2020Is nothing sacred ? another old song given new clothes and sent out into the world. I may (for the first time) put this one out for a vocal tender, as opposed to a tender vocal. It needs and deserves a rock voice but for now I've enjoyed every second of building the song from a basic guitar track, through the addition of various guitar, keyboard, bass and drum tracks. From around 1997, this one. And then I think that really is it for the old stuff... I can't think of anything else lurking in a moth-balled environment or any more half-baked hissy (or sometimes whistled) ideas on an old cassette. The audacity software I'm using still isn't entirely to my satisfaction but I'm getting there.
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