Lady Jane

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Collaboration with Freight Drive Reprobates (music) and Darkarma (lyrics). Don't think it's my best, but it's been hanging around for so long, I needed to get it out so I can move on to the next one :) Enjoy!
The first of an album of collaborations with Freight Drive Reprobates. I'm interested to see what we come up with next. Enjoy! Music: FDR Lyrics/vocals: LJ Space marquees They made a marquee on the Moon They filled it up with candle…read more
Just bashed this out whilst in the middle of cooking dinner :) Please excuse wrong chords and dodgy timing... Enjoy!
Writing this song was a very cathartic experience. This gamut of emotions took place in just one week - last week. Unfortunately, I couldn't sing the first word without it sounding ridiculous, and so I decided to get back to my Northern roots…read more
I decided to challenge myself by requesting some beats from a beat producer, Ant 'Brave Toaster' Hughes. One of the beats was named Popcorn Chicken. I added a few bits and pieces with my virtual keyboard (including a little Blondie tribute…read more
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Based on a poem by William Sharp that I found while researching my family history. The poem has been put to music once already, by one Christopher Goldsack, http://www.sundown.pair.com/Sharp/piratepoem.htm but I wanted to put my own little…read more
This one's a bit of a ponderous beastie. It can be whatever you want it to be. For me, it's got a lot to do with Sunday 18th June 1815. **** **Cold - A A J Russe** Your wagon-train Is out of danger And of course you never lie Not…read more
I decided to challenge myself by requesting some beats from a beat producer, Ant 'Brave Toaster' Hughes. One of the beats was named Popcorn Chicken. I added a few bits and pieces with my virtual keyboard (including a little Blondie tribute…read more
Collaboration with Freight Drive Reprobates (music) and Darkarma (lyrics). Don't think it's my best, but it's been hanging around for so long, I needed to get it out so I can move on to the next one :) Enjoy!
A moment in the time of my mind, captured for eternity. With thanks to Marci Shimoff and Albert Einstein for their inspiring 'lyrics' :)
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This one's a bit of a ponderous beastie. It can be whatever you want it to be. For me, it's got a lot to do with Sunday 18th June 1815. **** **Cold - A A J Russe** Your wagon-train Is out of danger And of course you never lie Not…read more
Here's a new one. Well, a new old one, actually... And a bit different than the last one! Something old, something new, something borrowed, and, er, something blue... **** **Nobody Loves You - A A J Russe** Nobody loves you Like you…read more
Well, I'm almost on a roll now - this little love song was written, arranged, and recorded in just a week. I've been meaning to attempt something like this for years, just never got round to it. I'd actually settled down to finally record a…read more
A new one... I wrote it on 5th February, and managed to record it in less than a month (a head-cold and lack of hearing in one ear slowed the last lap somewhat). But seeing as the last one took over 8 months, I think I'm already ahead for…read more
It was about time I got on with musical expression. This song is about our interconnectedness. Our identity. Serious mystic stuff eh? Yeah - wait until you hear it - haha. Said the snail to the bird how's your flight? If I had your wings I…read more
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I've been messing about with my virtual keyboard this week, in preparation of an amazing collaboration I'll be working on soon :) Beat and sax are from Mixcraft. Enjoy! xox
Guest said

Lovely, I love KT Tunstall, you did her proud little sis

Based on a poem by William Sharp that I found while researching my family history. The poem has been put to music once already, by one Christopher Goldsack, http://www.sundown.pair.com/Sharp/piratepoem.htm but I wanted to put my own little…read more
World War Nine said

Aye, that Captain is a creeper, a'skulkin’ down irie morning.

‘N'ah cannah tell from the way he is lookin’ at you, never you mind the peacock feather in ‘is hand, but, yea cannah be sure that his intentions are matching your ambitions, that, 'e be sure to sell you your hand, after you’ve had a hook fitted to replace:

in fact, the Captain will serve you your hand, parboiled with a side of parsnips, under the irie moon, if'n you 'aven’t found something to eat, by then.

Yaargh.

Lyrics have been adapted from a poem Mike wrote when he was in his teens. Enjoy! XOX
Guest said

Akbekshebek

Collaboration with Freight Drive Reprobates (music) and Darkarma (lyrics). Don't think it's my best, but it's been hanging around for so long, I needed to get it out so I can move on to the next one :) Enjoy!
Guest said

Simply let me know when your throat has recovered and you may give it another go ;-)

Collaboration with Freight Drive Reprobates (music) and Darkarma (lyrics). Don't think it's my best, but it's been hanging around for so long, I needed to get it out so I can move on to the next one :) Enjoy!
Merry Bear said

Came back for a second helping. Y'all make a great team. Sweet!

I was first released in June 1967 - what a vibe!

When man was allegedly making first footprints on the moon, I was lost - then found under a pub kitchen work unit eating chicken wings and singing Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da.

I’ve been composing and recording since May 2012.

I’ve never had any formal music tuition, I can’t read music and do everything by ear.

I use MixCraft 6 to compile my offerings. I’m not averse to using ready-made loops, although I’m using my virtual keyboard more and more, which gives me access to loads of different ‘instruments’.

I may start playing my ‘real’ instruments a little more: Guitar, rain stick, bongo, ting sha bells, tibetan singing bowl!

I now have a new Rode mic and a Fender!! Squeeeeee!!

Enjoy what you hear and Be happy

xox



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