now the new version of "She Only Dares" is finished - nothing revolutionary, but the string into has been removed, some other short takeouts, and sound mix has been worked over completely. It's number 18 in my player -…"
how is life?
I'm just working on a remix of your song with a shortened intro - hoping I can use that song to start a new field of collaboration with some friends of Philo.
:+) Carsten (+:"
In fact, I disappeared together with this project, which somehow disappeared on it's own behalf. The site was lost for many month, at last someone has reactivated it just some weeks ago, I even tried to bring back my Sawubona music here, but could not succeed. Seems the coding behind this page is outdated a little bit, I found no way to bring in a player app again. Site admin didn't answer.
Anyway, I still feel that among all those really strong poems we've had here, "She Only Dares" is still my favourite lyrics - by the way it's still online at www.trotzkowski.de, but after Sawubona I kinda fell out of the internet with my recent works. I often think back to our great community here, and what we all learned about each other and how life faces us.
A happy new year also to you! I hope everything is fine on your side and the future is bright and safe.
Are you still into journalism?
Here everything is fine - the children and my wife still enjoy their school holidays while I am back to my desk since Monday. We used to be refrigerated by some snow for some weeks now, but temperatures are predicted to be rising in the next days.
My latest track here (Future Denied) was derived from one of Philo's older Sawubona poems and deals with Kenya's political power blend - there's still a lot of really good poetry on this site, and I guess it won't be the last one I've taken to music. There is always an opportunity for a good poem that is moving our hearts!
Momentarily I am working on some additional recordings and a little consulting for a new school musical which a friend of mine is building up.
now the new version of "She Only Dares" is finished - nothing revolutionary, but the string into has been removed, some other short takeouts, and sound mix has been worked over completely. It's number 18 in my player - because of the ongoing jury selection I feel I have to keep the songs with the official "Lyrics of Good Hope" up on top.
It's been great pleasure reworking the piece, your poem is still the one with the strongest and most emotional bearing I'd been working on.
Hope you like that version, how do you feel about it?
hi! thanks for invite to be friends..am a bit mixed up... re: 'thank you for the congrats..." which ones? and then...all you need to do is keep writing and come to some reading forums and read your poems...
Lately, I'm searching some facts about recent developements in Kenya, and I'm trying to collect some art and facts on it together with Philo, Babu, Niran, and others. Could you be interested to join and help?