Largely Electronic, with a nod to Acoustic, and 60's sounds!
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man..a lot of passages coming into the mp3u awareness...sorry to learn of Caroline's ...glad you carried on and put this out...philosophical exploration is a treat here, Andrew. Searching for meaning that makes the suffering worth something. Got a lot in here. yeah, would like to read the lyrics...if you find them..or if you understand your own singing..transcribe...when stuff flows too quickly for me I often write it all out after the fact :) listening to what I sang in the creative moment....enjoyed this folksy muse :)
Hi Gibbo, Thanks for the kind words, Yes it is rather sad that Rhonda never heard this one, I managed to do an album of music for her, but this one was on the next bunch of tracks!
P.S I will post lyrics when I find them!
I Love this, what a great story of triumph Rhonda Jayne's is. And so sad that it ended all too soon. People who make a difference for good are few and far between, i bet she would've loved this song too, such a pity she never got to hear it. Taking a DL Andrew, thank you. Gibbo
I have been (pretty much) into recording since the mid 1980's, even before I bought my first 4-track cassette recorder (A Tascam Porta-One) I did a few things at a Melbourne based art school where I ran a couple of tape decks, with manipulated sounds on the tapes, just to hear what it sounded like, needless to say it was experimental!
Thereafter I tried to get onto some more serious recording, and tried my hand at steel string guitar songs, I am a left handed person, who plays guitar right handed, so I don't ever need to re-set any instrument, and also the left handed way does not feel right to me, I'm not sure why this is, but it just is!
Recently I have been enticed by all the modern soft-synths and incredible processing availabe to computer aided recording, and I mainly (still) use Garageband when I track, I have tried Ableton Live and Pro-Tools, but I need to learn a whole lot more, the are very intetesting, but I always go back to Garageband, for some reason I find it works for me, and is quite similar to my old Atari ST (running Cubase 0.1!) which I still have, and it still works too!
Anyhow, I try a variety of genre's and I love all electronic music, I also like Ambient, World, Folk, Jazz, Blues, Rock, Pop....etc
Music is like oxygen to me, I don't think I could ever live without it!