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Songs for review / Re: [Alternative Rock/Blues] The Moon Comes Up
« Last post by 1roomstudio on Yesterday at 19:30:47 »
Abstract and creative at the same time  ::Suzy::

Thank you @Marcus Nalgaber  humbling ....  coming from such an accomplished guitarist. 😎
Lyrics / Re: Day of Hail
« Last post by 1roomstudio on Yesterday at 19:20:49 »
I know the feeling... sometimes a piece can be overworked and lose some of its original spark. Saving earlier copies allows going back... but then itís somehow not the same... doubt and confusion sets in.

Iíve learned (slowly over time) that if Iím not excited and inspired while developing a piece.... best to give it a rest.... a month... maybe a year... it will call to me in its own time.

Itís a strong piece you have there @Mo ... it can wait for that last bit of polish that will make it soar! ✨
Me / Re: Bonjour
« Last post by Leonard Scaper on Yesterday at 19:11:17 »
Hey @bele  .........that track moves really nicely and is well produced with lots of dynamic interest. Your musical aspirations certainly are noble and that short list of influences is a great place to start.

Personally I wished that Chris would be a little bit more present with her 'side' vocals  :D

Hey @Mo .....I'm glad you liked this one. Chris and I went back and forth a bit about where her vocals should be. For this one we settled on having her as the lead vocalist in the choral group that backed up the lead vocals.  :)

@Charlie .......thank you for that appreciation. Working with @Chris Spruit is an amazing thing for me as I do not do many collabs. Her sense of musicality and song structure is so well honed.......I have to dig a little deeper to keep up with her.  8)
Fabulous @Marcus Nalgaber  ::thumb:: :praise:
. Mesmerizing watching and listening... ::) :thumbsup:
Excellent  first piece to open my studio on this lovely morning in Southern California.... the world has not stopped here. Only the humans are taking a little break from their usual frantic pounding and thrashing about.😎

Thanks so much for that brief expose of your life and how it shaped your music @Marcus Nalgaber . I was also born in the month of January.....and as a young adult living in the north country of the US I drove a Peugeot 504 for many years.

Me / Re: Bonjour
« Last post by Bill from November Sound on Yesterday at 17:56:17 »
Hi @bele

Welcome to the Kitchen!
@Leonard Scaper  ::thumb:: ::thumb:: ::thumb::

Thank you very much for your words Leonard  ::OSMAN::

I spent most of my childhood traveling around Europe with my father and all my family
My father was a great trumpeter musician, who dared to go alone to France to make himself known in the music scene of Paris
Soon the whole family traveled from Madrid to Paris to be with my father and his new artistic life.
At that time, in the 1950s, if for example in Madrid a good trumpeter could be paid one Euro a day, in Paris that same trumpeter could earn 10 euros a day.
The difference was great and my father was almost forced to do it.
I was born in 1952 and when I was 6 months old we left by train for Paris.
There were many years of traveling around Europe in our car a blue Peugeot 303
And I tell you all this to explain you that my union with the musical environment from within my family was always something very special and within me I have great respect for all those anonymous and highly dreamy musicians of the 50s,
At that time the Jazz Bebop style was born, which for my taste is still something very modern.
The great war had recently ended and I think everyone wanted to have fun and dance and my father worked so that people could forget and have fun.

Cheers  ::thumb::
I truly enjoyed this piece of music, @Marcus Nalgaber ! Lovely laid-back guitar playing. Makes me listen over and over.

@Charlie  ::thumb:: ::thumb:: ::thumb::

Many Thanks!!  ::OSMAN:: ::OSMAN:: ::OSMAN::
Collaborations / Re: Anyone want to play guitar on this?
« Last post by Dutchbeat on Yesterday at 16:29:45 »
ha @Bill from November Sound , sounds good, but i see you have found a guitarist for this piece.... i should mind my own business but....

pergaps @Marcus Nalgaber ....could help you out?...  ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D
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