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Andrew Russe's avatar
And here's another song from 1994, with a sparkling new "Andrew Russe Band" arrangement fresh from the broom-cupboard. Like most of my songs, it was written with an acoustic guitar, a pen, and an A4 pad. The ones written like this all have…
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Pat Bondy's avatar
This is a love song for Idaho. Funny thing is I've never even been to Idaho, but I dreamed the chorus and the happy little riff some years ago, and it's stuck with me ever since. So, I filled it in with some verses and an outro that capture the…
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Robert James's avatar
Another in an endless string of recordings that would have been saved by a competent singer. Maybe. I like the individual pieces of this song, but I don't think I like the song as a whole. Okay... maybe I don't like the chorus at all. I don…
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KCsGroove's avatar
Here's another new one Erwin B - bass Bingsolex - lead guitar KC - guitars, vocals, keys & mix ------------------------------------------------- I don't take no for an answer I want to know what is true Don't be a tightrope dancer…
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sammymann123's avatar
Hello Hello The original of this song was recorded in 1981 Using my Permanent Adolescent technique of drums first. No click, no follow along to other instruments. Just the drums and the musical arrangement in my head. I joined a band in 1984…
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I believe the year was 1981. My friend Tim Brown and I recorded a bunch of music. Since I played all of the instruments(except the lead guitar parts:which Tim played) and sang all of the parts on this song: I believe I still have some recall…
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Andrew Russe's avatar
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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thewizardsofvomit's avatar
I wish I could come up with lyrics that make at least a little sense
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jimgoodinmusic's avatar
Fretless guitar, tape and Pure Data process.
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coelocanth's avatar
"Loop composing" with Thumbjam
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Paul Matthews's avatar
So for the second in the Fusion Soundscape project, I envisaged a few characters meeting up in one of the lonely passageways in the Underground near midnight, and having a bit of a soulful jam....! Hopefully have captured a little of the bleakness…
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Greg Connor's avatar
Written for Minnesota Homebrew Radio Show's current songwriting challenge, "write a song with two words in the title starting with P". The term 'pseudo' means 'false' or 'pretend.' Pseudo-psychology, therefore, refers to a psychological practice…
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2starsho's avatar
June?
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Sudara's avatar
I've been listening to a lot of [hiroshi yoshimura](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D7aYjRl_6Zw). This is played on my Wurlitzer. The other instruments are a prototype version of the additive synth I'm building where you can control the ADSR…
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Greg Connor's avatar
What’s on your mind Are you losing confidence Someone’s been unkind And caring becomes a consequence Look for a reason to smile The Sun will shine your way Look for a reason to smile And watch the clouds drift away Feeling like you…
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Robert James's avatar
Not the worst song I've ever pieced together, but far from the best. I'll file this one under: Meh. Gibson ES335 into a Vox AC15 and a Fender Bassbreaker 15. The rhythm guitars used a Ryra the Klone and a Wren and Cuff Super Russian, and…
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MTBottles's avatar
Inspired by Steve Krell who wrote the first verse and chorus. Colleen Dillon wrote the second verse and Greg Connor, the third. Authentic Native American War Cry by Kimmie who has Cherokee heritage. V1- Steve On the banks of the Ojibwa…
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A remix of the electronic works Exaptation 1 & 2 by Coelocanth (aka Kavin Allenson). Voice and remix by Jim Goodin. Created for the Sound-In event Separation, Aug 7 , 2020
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