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This is one of many half-finished ideas from 2016(!) that I exhumed from the hard drive and revisited in 2021. It (as with many of these) needs vocals but.... It was based around an Apple Loop and I developed the bass line from that (played…
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Lyrically it's about the time I had a 'proper' job and how (despite the fact that I liked my immediate team and my role) I could not adapt to the nonsense involved in climbing the greasy pole in a corporate world. Initially I wasn't sure about…
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Rewind to Summer 2019... I put the bones of this song together in the UK; the lyric reflects the absolute positivity I was feeling at the time (lots of diverse work, travel, great weather, BBQs in the garden) etc. The melody was lifted from…
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I appear to have lightened the mood a little with this one... If this song wore a hat it would be tipped at a jaunty angle... This one came together relatively quickly - The chorus was based on two bass riffs I had rattling around my head. I like…
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I wanted to go down a different path with this one and try a new vibe altogether; no guitars at all and the bass guitar (my new Fender Mustang) only appears at the end of the song
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This is one of many half-finished ideas from 2016(!) that I exhumed from the hard drive and revisited in 2021. It (as with many of these) needs vocals but.... It was based around an Apple Loop and I developed the bass line from that (played…
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A chord sequence, an ebow, a melody, relief that the hands can still perform something akin to music...
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Lyrically it's about the time I had a 'proper' job and how (despite the fact that I liked my immediate team and my role) I could not adapt to the nonsense involved in climbing the greasy pole in a corporate world. Initially I wasn't sure about…
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Rewind to Summer 2019... I put the bones of this song together in the UK; the lyric reflects the absolute positivity I was feeling at the time (lots of diverse work, travel, great weather, BBQs in the garden) etc. The melody was lifted from…
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I appear to have lightened the mood a little with this one... If this song wore a hat it would be tipped at a jaunty angle... This one came together relatively quickly - The chorus was based on two bass riffs I had rattling around my head. I like…
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Written and recorded as part of our family RPM project this year. :-D 13 year old Jasmine on vocals and ukulele. We wrote and recorded 10 songs under the name Cattica. It was just the best month of lockdown imaginable.
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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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Lyrically it's about the time I had a 'proper' job and how (despite the fact that I liked my immediate team and my role) I could not adapt to the nonsense involved in climbing the greasy pole in a corporate world. Initially I wasn't sure about…
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Sister Savage said

Sparkly and catchy! Agree about the basslines - and good to hear your vox again too.

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Loved the 80s feel - 👏 x

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I wanted to go down a different path with this one and try a new vibe altogether; no guitars at all and the bass guitar (my new Fender Mustang) only appears at the end of the song
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Sister Savage said

This one needs your vox! Great feel - love the percs and sparkles.

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Sister Savage said

Brilliant RPM album, loved the retro vibe!

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Guest said

Well done Matt, some feat that! I'm going to use some as intro music. Thanks

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I’m a 52 year old UK expat currently living under curfew… Therefore I’ve got lots of time to create new music!

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