the largeness of pure understanding is more massive then imagined
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Thanks for the comment on "One Early Morning". Excellent musicianship - superb use of the voice on this. Short but packed full of interest. Fracking bugs!!!! - i hate them too.
Fairly new one Eric. Thanks buddy and everyone else.
Hey Rich... New or older tune? I think folks are just getting used to hearing you with a fuller sound... Most (I think) are used to hearing you do vocal/guitar work.. I dig the off the cuff feel of this one... The free style flow of your lyrics and melody are what drew me first to your music Rich... Very much enjoyed, best, Eric
yeah....buggyness!!....what a composition...that ovation thumping the heavy chords....electronica whirring and buzzing...out damn bugs...so entrancing musically..and vocalizations that tickle the ears...arranged so well it unfolds like roll of sticky fly-paper...caught us along with that fascination for bugs...mystically magical :)
Wow...really are stretching me here but after listening to this a few times I think I'm liking this. I love the fact that you are so unpredictable with your compositions. I think you are leading edge here.
I love music like this, you've got the vocal melody and hookey beats then below the surface, there is so much happening, synth sweeps, strings, piano, guitar notes, all subtle but there for the listening. Many listens later, Brilliant. Thumbs up and thanks for the DL. Gibbo
Enjoyed the weirdness. Love Wednesday x
You certainly are 'far out there' Very strange song Rich...but then there are some very strange bugs around...not here in the UK..they're all hibernating...waiting...like me... of course :-) oops..just noticed Id been here before...never mind, have another biting-bump! keith
The low bass backing tracks give the perfect background to your unique singing style! A song with many dimensions. You really have a unique talent! --/Peo
Very unusual, but captivating. Nice electronic percussion.
Man, the way you work that line "there's no memory" got right into that one, didn't ya? Cool tune, creepy as hell with that tuning and orchestration, thumbs up!
Had to listen a few times to get the 'gist' of this...but I like songs that stretch the imagination. Wow...some really low sub-bass I was getting...oooh...and that does it for me...along with the click...lol.keith
That syncopated synth accompaniment is simultaneously fascinating and wonderful; love the way your vocal is supported by it. Lovely creative work, Rich; well done.
Nice use of the bassy pops/toms at the start and really impressive how you weave a significant melody vocally thru the backing. Some cute little dischords going on too. I too have no idea what your artist notes are about but it's a good listen all the same. Thumzup.
Wow, Rich. going to have to listen to this one several times to fully make my version of what the song is about. I'm sure it won't be anywhere near what you were writing about. Don't get me wrong, dig the song, and the lyrics are perfect, I'm sure of it.......lol. Even the explanation has got me wondering. Perfect kind of song for someone with a brain like mine..
I loved music at first breath. Born in 1955 the year when Marilyn Monroe came to NYC for acting lessons. Less then 10 miles away from my wee infant self. Must'v had an effect on me. Maybe.. ya never know. So to go on.. Memories, far back. Music involved everything. Sounds, beats, how I felt. When music I was attracted to broke in, it was worth waking up for. It influenced my personality. Who I would like, love and where I would hang. Music surrounded everything in my reality. It was the muse to get me along and hang on. Always going on. That's just the way it is. To what, I don't know. I just hope someone out there is better off for something I did or didn't do, said, or sang and boy, singing saved my life more times then I can count. I always had that when I had absolutely nothing else I could count on, even myself.
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at five I played my first notes. at 15 my second. in between we just don't talk about.
this song really reflects on where we are, whats important about life. the arrangement, the guitar, vocals, all really hit the mark. this is one of the greats.
Your voice is so cool. You have these "cracks" in the words and it doesn't matter... in fact it makes you "real." I don't know if that makes sense to you, but to me – trust me, it's good! The music has a very lifting feeling to it. And again, your music hypnotizes me to listen to the whole song not once, but twice. THEN, I want to get a copy, and comment... it's a whole thing that I go through