I really enjoyed this album, thanks, man.
Attention all Alonetoners: Give this entire record a spin, many spins actually. I have had the pleasure of hearing Peter’s work through the RPM Challenge for well over a decade now. Join me and indulge. It’s so worth it.
So rich and creamy; that’s the best way to describe these fantastic songs…
Beautiful arrangements and scoring. I love the mood of this…
Peter, it’s so good to have new music from you again.
Good harmonies, rich and moving. Sounds like you had a lot of fun on this and Navigating the Stars
Love your songs and your sound. Definitely one of the most talented artists I have heard. Appreciate your music and hope you make a lot more of it.
Nice one really cool
Nice to hear you Peter,, i look forward to more..
Love it! Man, I was just thinking about your stuff… Mentioned you over at RPM a couple of days ago. Always blown away by your arrangements.
Thanks for the feedback, everyone! This was a really fun album to make, and I tried to push myself out of the comfort zone as much as possible.
What an excellent album! My wife & have enjoyed listening to it all. Thanks for sharing it!
Wow. Just wow. For now.
Bloody brilliant that
If I were in charge.. This is what would happen when you turn on radio 1
Aaah.. A new peter fedofsky album.. That perfect storm of aural bliss and abject jealousy you conjure up in me is back!
Great mix top track
Peachy vox Mr. F. A perfect mix of talent and skill. Real pro.
@ James - I am using Cakewalk Sonar to record and mix with. It’s very easy, and allows me to have so many tracks going at once without making my computer blow up.
Thanks, Gene. Thanks for listening and thanks for commenting on so many of my songs. I definitely have a formula for writing and recording that has been molded around what I think are my strengths and my weaknesses. For example, I will never, ever be a drummer, but a pair of brushes on a shoebox and a shaker can sub in just fine. Same with vox; I’m not a great singer, but I know how to squeeze my voice into harmonies that cover some shaky vocal work. I’m trying to break out of that formula and do more single vocals, lately, and it’s been tough but rewarding. Again, thank you again for being so gracious to me and my music.
And @ Kirk and Wendy, thank you both for all of your support over the years as well!
Shucks, thank you so much. It is humbling to hear this. The music industry at large makes my blood curdle, so I’ve hardly ever tried to push past the boundaries of my friends and family with my solo music. I know I’m out of step with the sound of the times. If this were 1967, I may have had a chance to at least get a label to talk to me, now, I’d run from any person who said they were from a label hahaha. Boy, things have changed. In any case, it’s heartnening to know that my music is being heard and appreciated outside of my close friends. Thank you so much for the encouragement!
Oh wow, one of my fave tunes. Fantastic job on this one. I am such a fan of the stacked vox, and this is a prime example of how good that can sound!
Oh, hells yeah! This is like a long lost track from Heavy Soul by Paul Weller. Awesome riffing, vox, mixing, etc. Instant fave…
Glad to finally be getting some listening in. I’ve been meaning to check out your RPM stuff this year, and I’m going to have to listen to this whole sequence/work in one sitting to get it all in. This is sounding marvelous, Richard.
Beautiful. It’s restrained and emotive at the same time. Well done!
It’s like Tiny Tim on helium!! I love it.
Short of commenting on my own stuff, I can’t figure out how to talk back to you all. Thank you for the comments! I’ve been spending a good bit of time on this record compared to most of my albums, and it is great to get the feedback.
…and Wildgeas, I can’t believe you downloaded them all hehe…
Please please show up at my door one day so we can record an LP together hehe. Always a fan of your stuff, Andy.
Delicate and beautiful. Great track.
Whoa… The production on this nails Jeff Lynne’s style around the time of Roy Orbison’s Mystery Girl. Cool!
On your recommend, I’ll dive into newer songs. Keith, you are a great story-driven songsmith. The stories in your songs are always interesting and well formed. Keep it up!
Once again, wonderfully Bowie-esque. This track coalesces into something fierce. I dig it.
The percussion is so understated and fantastic. What a cool sound.
Totally wild stuff here. It’s like some bizzaro universe Steely Dan at times. I love it!
What a tender song this is. All of the elements come together so nicely. I dig it for sure…
This is awesomely hilarious! Well done…