Probably my last upload for 2020 is “Aftermath”. This song is an instrumental but there are lyrics posted. I like to read them while listening because the words are important, and the melody is easy to follow. Two verses in the beginning and two on the way out. The middle of the song tries to say it without words. I hope you enjoy Aftermath and listen to it often. Thank you.
At long last I’ve posted my new song, “Ethan Beauregard”. There will be some slight adjustments for a while as it settles in. This unusual group of instruments includes piano, synthesizer, drum set, English horn, a concert pedal harp, a couple violins, and a stand-up bass playing with a bow. Some might say I’m pushing the envelope of good taste, but that’s what I do. Please let Ethan guide you. Let go of everything and enjoy the ride. Thank you for listening to “Ethan Beauregard”.
I need to hear some music. Have you felt like that lately? A song list is good therapy. A song list can help you be more productive, and it stimulates creative problem solving. I hope you enjoy my new song Europa and will try it in your therapeutic song list. Please check out my other songs while you’re at it. Thank you.
It’s been three weeks since I uploaded “Martian Air Space” and thanks to you it’s number one in Experimental Music. My next song is, “Exterminating Circumstances” This song wrote itself. I get home from work overwhelmed, exhausted; and something takes over. I’m not complaining. Anyway if you could listen to “Exterminating Circumstances” I will be extremely happy. Be patient, it has something to say. Let me know what it is. Revisit “Martian Air Space” and I'm already working on the next one.
Greetings survivors; “Martian Air Space” is the second song I’ve finished and uploaded so far in 2020. Hopefully there will be many more. I enjoy pushing the envelope of taste and normality. Please enjoy it no matter what language you speak; it’s instrumental mostly. I realize the intro is weird and it does that minor/major thing I’m in conflict with; but the body of the song stays in a minor key. Yes it changes key after the intro but it’s like a seventh chord five, leading back to a minor chord one; but even more soothing. You know, these chord changes; 1, 5, 4, 1; or 1, 4, 5, 1. So if you’re in the key of “A” minor…Ok please enjoy “Martian Air Space” and forget about what key it’s in. But be careful; it’s not our air space.