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Okay... there's a lot to talk about with this goof ball. The first song I did this year had a drone-like fuzzy guitar. I did it again here but I wanted the song I put around it to be different than the other one, even though the changes are…
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Lyrics and vocals by Erin Ruth, Guitar and music by Matthew Grady.
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Meera's avatar
Excess intense, eye-watering energy I didn't know what to do with then did. This. Overpowered turned into a music slap.
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Done with my pals on Wikiloops.com
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jaughshe's avatar
final part of my 'distanced' album
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James Michael Taylor said

Is this about a real place in your life. Very nice (You can answer by putting a message on any of my songs.) Thank you for listening to my songs and commenting.

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calmlikerye said

Love this one. It’s the most exciting arrangement among your stuff I’ve listened to so far. I like your approach to titling songs too.

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calmlikerye said

I like this a whole bunch. I am guessing that you’re a keyboard player first, but the drumming is really interesting and exciting. Love the bass tone!

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The long one... and maybe laborious to get through. Listen at your own risk, it's your time :) A series of tacked together guitar ramblings for RPM.
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kavin. said

Cool! Good work, Mac

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Poem by June Webber, vocals by Jazz, music by Mike Smith
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Sister Savage said

Stirring stuff! She sounds delicate and authentic, and that military build towards the end is fantastic.

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This is in some boring typical genre. I just can't figure out which one. Perhaps Wiccan dances for epileptics? Not sure. In Cold Hell, in Thicket is a microtonal musical setting of Charles Olsen reading his poem in 1950 as provided by PennSound…
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The long one... and maybe laborious to get through. Listen at your own risk, it's your time :) A series of tacked together guitar ramblings for RPM.
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Poem by June Webber, vocals by Jazz, music by Mike Smith
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