50 tracks by Nachei

http://musiciandiaries.weebly.com/home/volare
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Who cares where all the bits go? http://musiciandiaries.weebly.com/home/crazy-js-teacher
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Leonard Cohen cover, from his album "Ten new songs". http://musiciandiaries.weebly.com/home/land-of-plenty
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http://musiciandiaries.weebly.com/home/guitar-hump
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Found this obsessive riff, thought some phrasing a la Megadeth on top would be fun, and next thing you know...
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Not many people know that the classic TV series' theme was originally going to be a sung piece by The Horkingsons (you know, the 80's Big Three: Duran Duran, Spandau Ballet and Horkingsons). However the program's producers decided in the last…read more
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This time Faith No More won over me with the title... for a few months, although I've been toying with this song since 2011 (nobody is going to believe me, but anyway...) Speaking of FNM, a part in this song reminds me of "We care a lot"... You…
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This was written during a period in which I was striving to write a song a day. It was Christmas and there was a lot of stuff going on, but I got to sneak out now and then to record stuff in my phone whenever inspiration stroke. Such was this…read more
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Toying around with the pentatonic scale and some gibberish Japanese...
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This song was one of the first I got to after a long time of serious music burnout. Not knowing where to start, in those days I tried a structured approach, with half hour sessions of music writing every morning in-spite-of-all-the-stuff-I-had…read more
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The refrigerator shuts up in the middle of this recording, perhaps moved by the medieval scales (or embarrassed of being an anachronism?)
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Still refrigerating after all this years, this time with a small contribution by Bono & Co ("Uno, dos, tres, catorce...")
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This one was recorded at the waiting room of an airport, whose planes outside happened to sound exactly like the refrigerator of previous editions.
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The refrigerator is back... Don't turn your aforementioned on it!!!
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Refrigerating like there's no tomorrow!!!
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This song pretty much marked my return to active life as a composer 6 years ago: just singing about whatever, on top of whatever chords came to mind, and this is what came up; I guess it says a lot about my mental baseline...
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(Trad.)
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A shorter piece this time, as it was recorded INSIDE the refrigerator.
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More than 400 hours of production and 7 supercomputers stuffed with plugins were used to achieve the exact pitch of the refrigerator you listen in the background.
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The annoying refrigerator is back!
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I mean, this was recorded in the dungeon of a hostel in Bristol (UK), one Thursday at 5AM. I don't think it gets more secret than that...
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With the permission of Roxy Music (also, the verse has an almost lethal similarity to a song by the world's most famous Irish band)...
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Another small impro, making use of my tremolo superpower (being a left handed who plays right handed guitar, that is my strong point, and my weak points pretty much all the rest :) ). Homage due, the riff surely owes a lot to Queen's 'Headlong…
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Yet another instrumental. In the arpegios part, a bit of the vibe of the instrumentals in Black Sabbath's first albums, maybe?
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An instrumental song, intended to have lyrics some day, but who knows... :)
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Just a small improvisation recorded with my cell phone...
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Little to add to the song itself. Plausible influences are Ella Fizgerald's 'Stone Cold Dead in the Market' (which I like), and Paul Mc Cartney's 'Hope of Deliverance' (which I don't)...
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This is an impromptus I played short after a cold caller tried to inflict her script upon me. In the instrumental breaks from the second part I see the hand of many of the 'tough' groups I enjoy; to name only one, Faith No More ('Jizzlover'?)
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All I remember is I wanted to play with my harmonica (a bit like when El Hefe wants to play trumpet in NOFX, I guess). The melody is in part similar to/got suggested to me by/ Fats Waller's 'Ain't Misbehavin'. The vocal explosion resource at…read more
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Rolling Stones cover
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I hate when people use those phrases that are like premade Ikea furniture, for example: "you wake up... in the morning" (Great discovery! Please buddy, tell me something I don't know...) So I thought breaking the cliche by waking up in the evening…read more
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This song is about a guy who every morning wakes up and writes a song. Then the zombie apocalypse bursts, and he, by the force of habit, still wakes up and writes a song every morning. The song is about all those funny changes in his situation…read more
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This is just me jamming along an excellent, groovy SKA base provided by other Wikiloops user. The music made me envision something like the credits from a colorful 80's program, maybe a musical program or a comedy with still images of the chapter…read more
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This is a song about those thoughts that you wish you wouldn't have, and which take you away... In medicine I think it's called limbic hijacking, and it's documented that the fits last more or less the same as a movie teaser :) I tried to give…read more
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The idea for the lyrics came from a teaching from a Buddhist monk in Internet, saying pretty much what goes in the title: the only contest worth being in is a happiness contest. To that, I tried to add some cheering lyrics with the usual themes…read more
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Sorry about the vibration here and there in the sound :(
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A bit of playing with scales, mostly. I am also quite proud of the title -fits the music, at least in my mind-. This is a Wikiloops collaboration: http://www.wikiloops.com/backingtrack.php
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A song with a long story (born in 1995, go figure!). Perceivable influences: Doors, Notting Hillbillies, Animals... Such long making combines, I think, my serious melancholy of those old days + a few thousands of hours of practice and 'stay cool…
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Inspired by true events...
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That jazzy/feel-good song we all have inside...
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More adventures in weirdo music, this time with an almost lethal influence from Butthole Surfers ('Strangers die every day')
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Yet another anthem for our soon-to-be defunct species
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This time with actual music in it! Translation of the lyrics: Don't you tread over my ball, woman Don't you tread over my ball, yikes Don't you tread over my ball because We must live
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This (just in case nobody notices) is a desperate cry of protest against the suicidal car culture human has created. Credits: contains samplings from http://www.freesound.org/people/klankbeeld/
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Another careless strolling through the paths of random stupidity. This time, even, with an incidental political message (and a choreography, too, but I have to be drunk enough :P ).
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First installment of a record of "experimental" tracks, mostly me doing weird stuff around the house and at some point deciding to record "that". Well, in fact that's how most of my music gets done, but well, you get the point. Don't say I didn…
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'Assignment' for the Open Source Musician Podcast -- A remix of its Song Theme.
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This is a piece written for the Linux Musicians Uncompetition (http://www.linuxmusicians.com/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=10331). The purpose of such un-competition is making some music with Linux tools, and then share it. The premise for this…read more
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