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I've disappeared into a total rabbit hole with these 70s/80s synths. This one features the ARP2600 (in several guises), the Jupiter 8, Prophet 5 and the Fairlight (what a machine that was back in the day!) This started in my head as another…
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The second one born from my first week of quarantine. I dusted off my 5 string Sandberg bass guitar and wanted to evoke a Motown-ish vibe on this one and really got into the snare and bass guitar following the same rhythm rather than the usual…
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Only 1 week ago I was luxuriating at a beautiful hotel in Dubai, floating blissfully in a lagoon pool... Forward wind one week and I'm here in the cold, wet, windy UK having to quarantine... Now, at the aforementioned pool, they played a chill…
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Well... this took a left turn at Odd Street. The main melody started off as riff written and played on bass guitar and the early version had guitars, and real drums etc.... Then I got introduced to a suite of 80s synth plugins and it all went…
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This was all written on the bass - I wanted to get an earthy 70s Rickenbacker bass vibe on this so naturally there's liberal splashes of Moog and Hammond Organ to accompany it. It's kind of 'prog-lite' and again needs vocals. It's a working…
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I've disappeared into a total rabbit hole with these 70s/80s synths. This one features the ARP2600 (in several guises), the Jupiter 8, Prophet 5 and the Fairlight (what a machine that was back in the day!) This started in my head as another…
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I found this one while I was digging through the shoe-box for the 1994 songs. Apparently I wrote it on 10th November 1995. Foolishly, I thought it would only take a week or so to record... I was originally expecting to post it on the 17th August…
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The second one born from my first week of quarantine. I dusted off my 5 string Sandberg bass guitar and wanted to evoke a Motown-ish vibe on this one and really got into the snare and bass guitar following the same rhythm rather than the usual…
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Only 1 week ago I was luxuriating at a beautiful hotel in Dubai, floating blissfully in a lagoon pool... Forward wind one week and I'm here in the cold, wet, windy UK having to quarantine... Now, at the aforementioned pool, they played a chill…
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Well... this took a left turn at Odd Street. The main melody started off as riff written and played on bass guitar and the early version had guitars, and real drums etc.... Then I got introduced to a suite of 80s synth plugins and it all went…
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I found this one while I was digging through the shoe-box for the 1994 songs. Apparently I wrote it on 10th November 1995. Foolishly, I thought it would only take a week or so to record... I was originally expecting to post it on the 17th August…
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OK, let's delve once more into the magical shoebox of unused songs... I've already recorded several that were written in 1994 (Sleeping with the Ghost, Elizabeth's Room, With Mum Again, If You Knew, A Hundred and Twenty Pound) and I still have…
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Arranged and performed by myself and Chris Smith (who normally builds spectrums!), for Brent's latest xchange cd. Song written by Mr Kinder. 2018.
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I wrote this one last September. Allison Jane Sixsmith 1965-2016. **** **Forever - A A J Russe** I can see you on your rocking horse now The one that turned around and kicked you in the teeth He thought you'd always live forever…
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A bit of a 'kitchen sink' one... It's another one I play beginner's guitar on tentatively (the lead break & rhythm) The are no vocals (I'm amassing a large amount of songs needing vocals!) but it does feature some more epic 80s synths…
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Sister Savage said

t r i p p y

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This is only the second song I've ever written on the guitar - I'm playing acoustic and rhythm... and you can tell I'm a beginner 😆 Happily the rest of the instrumentation is a little more polished. No sugar coating this... It's a very melancholy…
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Sister Savage said

Oh my, beautiful. Completely heartfelt and genuinely touching.

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This was all written on the bass - I wanted to get an earthy 70s Rickenbacker bass vibe on this so naturally there's liberal splashes of Moog and Hammond Organ to accompany it. It's kind of 'prog-lite' and again needs vocals. It's a working…
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Sister Savage said

Looking forward to your dreamy vox on this!

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Well... this took a left turn at Odd Street. The main melody started off as riff written and played on bass guitar and the early version had guitars, and real drums etc.... Then I got introduced to a suite of 80s synth plugins and it all went…
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Sister Savage said

Loving the space in the beats, but you were clearly off your face when you wrote this.

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Only 1 week ago I was luxuriating at a beautiful hotel in Dubai, floating blissfully in a lagoon pool... Forward wind one week and I'm here in the cold, wet, windy UK having to quarantine... Now, at the aforementioned pool, they played a chill…
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Sister Savage said

Definitely chill (although I get Russe's hot water bottle-nicking wifey ref), and very soothing...needed that. Lush track, kiddo.

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I’m a 51 year old UK expat currently living under curfew… Therefore I’ve got lots of time to create new music!

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