Did you listen to South Africa Music?????? What do you think of it??????? Street and Ballade are my compositions.
Thanks for the help for my music. I really appreciate.
can you put drum and marimbas for the melody, please. send you the…"
Thank you for listening. I was recording another song with a friend and started goofing off while he was mixing. We ended up dumping the other song and kept this. I had never played it before of since. It was a one take track.... Tumble weeds and dust is what I think of when I listen....
I posted the song Rest in Peace for Lucky. He had told me of his friend in the band that died. I also wrote another song for Lucky called Happy Go Lucky. I posted that for him also. There is something special about Lucky.
Thank you for your comments. I appreciate you taking time to listen to my music and I truely thank you for reaching out to me to let me know that you are listening. I am working on a harder edge sound now and will be recording and posting it soon. I hope that you will continue to watch my site to see the diversity that will come. I wrote a song for the French titled "Gentle Souls" I will post that for you today. Please enjoy.
hello thank u so much and be blessed.i thank u so much for the support that u have shown to me.i know a lot of musicians will never support each other as long as they are gud in their bank accounts.i did not join this wave for money making but to deliver out there the talent that god gave me.as a teacher i have to teach through my music the aspect of love to one another and reaspect for human kind.i thank u so much i trust other musos out there will start to awake themselves.and start to write real music long term music and be real musician for the coming genaration they should not be eaten by what is happening in the music industry.
yes, thank you I'm fine. I hope the same goes for you.
I've been on travel the whole last week, including the weekend - and now at last have a little time to spend on music again.
I've just destilled out the playback of the reinvented Jazz version of Ouma Part II and sent it to Steffi, who was the singer of "Moon over Africa" and "The End" - I now really had to hurry up for she'll not be available too long any more.
Afterwards I'll have to keep some promises first, e.g. to remix Andreas "Collecting The Money", and to assist Dominik in mastering his version of "This In Not Commerce". In between, in complete contrary to the last I'll be busy for a draft on a commercial for some table water.
If time should pass as quickly as it does, in case then you might still be searching for vocals for your song, I might turn back to it after all - but this will require a little patience ;-)
wow, great new patterns & sounds ! Bretagne & Africa are very inspiring to me! Makes me feel like being somewhere else. ;-)
The guitar on "dream" reminds me very much of Mike Oldfield. ;-))
You may need someone who is able to give your songs a voice. Fortunately, there are some good vocalists on the blog..........! Don't be shy and ask them! I would love to hear one of your "sound paintings" sung with a lyric from the Songs of Good Hope!