Lady Jane's listening history

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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
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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
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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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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!
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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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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
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Testing my new mic :) With thanks to Mike for both the mic and the Rolf Harris impersonation! Enjoy XoX
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I rap! I astound myself daily. Rob Mills suggested a dance cover... here it is! Enjoy xox
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Jip1965 came round to kick my ass into gear and played a bit of rhythm i did the rest and then sent it off to the good Lady Jane to do her stuff and very nice stuff indeed! Cheers Me Lady!!! x
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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
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