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Another tune exhumed from the past... 1984 to be precise. A 15 year-old angst-ridden vocalist wrote some words that went something like "Late at night... the shadows... creep across my wall". Happily, the song is musically much stronger than the…
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I genuinely have no idea where this bright, breezy & happy little 3 minute tune came from - it's in stark contrast to the world around us right now... The song started with just the bass riff, as heard in the verse - it came to me while…
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Another voyage out into the unknown with my newly acquired guitar that I'm learning to play... The first part reminds me a bit of 'Will You' by Hazel O'Connor... Lyrically it starts quite bleakly but goes on a bit of journey, ending on a positive…
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This didn't go as planned... I wrote this song for my wife Nicola while I was away in the UK working in March 2020... I excitedly played it to her from 3,500 miles away over the ether and.... I think she was expecting a ballad rather than a rather…
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So my lovely wife bought me a guitar this week... I started by learning some basic and easy chord shapes and this song came together. It's the first one I've done where everything is played by me. It also features my voice on lead and backing…
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Another tune exhumed from the past... 1984 to be precise. A 15 year-old angst-ridden vocalist wrote some words that went something like "Late at night... the shadows... creep across my wall". Happily, the song is musically much stronger than the…
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And this is the last of the little threesome of In Your Hands, Little Thing, and this one, When I Try To Be Me. It's in the key of 4th fret and was written just over a month later than the other two, on 19th March 1994. I'm not sure I did…
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I genuinely have no idea where this bright, breezy & happy little 3 minute tune came from - it's in stark contrast to the world around us right now... The song started with just the bass riff, as heard in the verse - it came to me while…
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Now here's a bit of an oldie - the second song I ever wrote. In... 1978! I think I played it once, or maybe twice, at school assemblies. My musical peers and colleagues back then dismissed it as corny/rancid pop music rubbish... Now, I kinda…
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Another voyage out into the unknown with my newly acquired guitar that I'm learning to play... The first part reminds me a bit of 'Will You' by Hazel O'Connor... Lyrically it starts quite bleakly but goes on a bit of journey, ending on a positive…
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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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Another tune exhumed from the past... 1984 to be precise. A 15 year-old angst-ridden vocalist wrote some words that went something like "Late at night... the shadows... creep across my wall". Happily, the song is musically much stronger than the…
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The Proods said

I love this! 1984 was a VERY good year.

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Another tune exhumed from the past... 1984 to be precise. A 15 year-old angst-ridden vocalist wrote some words that went something like "Late at night... the shadows... creep across my wall". Happily, the song is musically much stronger than the…
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dxbisolation said

Thanks @Andrew... To be fair, they're probably the highlight of it, lyrically speaking!

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Another tune exhumed from the past... 1984 to be precise. A 15 year-old angst-ridden vocalist wrote some words that went something like "Late at night... the shadows... creep across my wall". Happily, the song is musically much stronger than the…
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Andrew Russe said

The thing is though, "Late at night... the shadows... creep across my wall" are really good lyrics! Feel no shame, the angst-ridden 15 year-olds knew what they were doing! lol .... Cool sounds, looking forward to the vocals.

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I genuinely have no idea where this bright, breezy & happy little 3 minute tune came from - it's in stark contrast to the world around us right now... The song started with just the bass riff, as heard in the verse - it came to me while…
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Andrew Russe said

Cool sounds... But it's such a shame that it's only a working title!! I saw the notification earlier and thought "nice title"

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Another voyage out into the unknown with my newly acquired guitar that I'm learning to play... The first part reminds me a bit of 'Will You' by Hazel O'Connor... Lyrically it starts quite bleakly but goes on a bit of journey, ending on a positive…
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Andrew Russe said

Oh yeah, nice one.

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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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