Oh yeah, this works! Great vocals! :)
I'm knackered right now..but I'm going to come back later and check your music out...from the picture alone, I have to guess I am going to rather enjoy it. :)
I like this for so many reasons.
man, you nailed it with the title.
this almost sounds like something that should be on the "Logan's Run" soundtrack.
interesting,,, the piece is epic and yet contained , like seeing a hurricane in a bottle,, well done
EXCELLENT! And 5/4 to boot!
it's actually a very sad and cool song :)
Debussy was truly one of the pioneer rock stars... thanks for illustrating that for us!
WAY TOOOOOO COOOOOL!!!
Wild! Like it!
bravo! great, great work.
interesting, early on i hear flavors of Bach in small snippets, mixed with, little flows of Gershwinesk cords,,, returning to Bach,, are you of fan of the WTC books? well played
Massive. Nice work!
HOLY CRAP - at 1:57 blown away!!!!!
wow... great work, this is awesome!
great instrumental tracks,,, interesting timing change up,, and yes the sax gives a real bluesy feel
This is a true piece of history, in more ways than one!
Kavin you blew out my speakers!
This is awesome!!
excellent! Lovely collage!
My first experience with a mountain dulcimer was one that was refretted with glued on bits of wire to make each step 65 cents instead of the usual 100 cents. I like your calming playing. It is like a conversation with friends by a fire under the starry sky.
great lyrics on this one.
love this! - I didn't know dungeon syth existed - thanks - if you want to add to XD that would be awesome!
This is a piece of epic proportions - I really love it!
Your speaking voice sounds so much like your mum. This is a beautiful composition and production!
frickin' cows with lasers!
very complex and lovely texturing!
This works incredibly well together!
nice tune and great guitar! indeed - that is a weird emotionally social distancing instruction.