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New song...

Postby M@rkus » Thu Dec 20, 2018 7:56 am

Hi,

I just finished this! Sources of inspiration has been Bo Hansson (of Hansson & Karlsson), Television and Captain Beefheart!

https://soundcloud.com/lex-cox-coyne/ramifications

Merry Christmas everyone!
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Re: New song...

Postby comedians » Thu Dec 20, 2018 5:47 pm

Merry Christmas to you - enjoyed the music

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Re: New song...

Postby Ian Craig » Sat Dec 22, 2018 8:21 pm

Wonderful Alex. Merry Christmas to you too :)
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Re: New song...

Postby jlouvar » Mon Dec 31, 2018 1:31 pm

Catchy fun song, thanks for sharing. :)

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Re: New song...

Postby RobertAllan » Sun Feb 17, 2019 10:10 am

Always fun to check back in and find a gem from you. Your approach to melodies is truly facinating!
This was a blast to listen too, and will surely do again! Hope all is well! :D










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Re: New song...

Postby M@rkus » Mon Feb 18, 2019 3:35 am

RobertAllan wrote:Always fun to check back in and find a gem from you. Your approach to melodies is truly facinating!
This was a blast to listen too, and will surely do again! Hope all is well! :D

RobertAllan


Thanks a lot, Robert! That´s very kind!

Yes, I like when a song isn´t predictable, and I try to make songs that surprises myself! I think we are stuck in a rut sometimes when it comes to making music, it has become foramtted. I think Captain Beefheart tried to step away from that with the album "Trut mask replica", and it´s truly fascinating, albeit he still keeps within the western world concept of music.

I think spiritual music (and some eastern music) are good examles of music that are not so hooked up on the formula!

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Re: New song...

Postby RobertAllan » Mon Feb 18, 2019 5:32 am

M@rkus wrote:
RobertAllan wrote:Always fun to check back in and find a gem from you. Your approach to melodies is truly facinating!
This was a blast to listen too, and will surely do again! Hope all is well! :D

RobertAllan


Thanks a lot, Robert! That´s very kind!

Yes, I like when a song isn´t predictable, and I try to make songs that surprises myself! I think we are stuck in a rut sometimes when it comes to making music, it has become foramtted. I think Captain Beefheart tried to step away from that with the album "Trut mask replica", and it´s truly fascinating, albeit he still keeps within the western world concept of music.

I think spiritual music (and some eastern music) are good examles of music that are not so hooked up on the formula!

Best regards/
M@rkus


I think you make a good point. Its extremly easy to get stuck where you are most comfortable. Lately ive been trying to set myself with a combination of things im comfortable with and something new i havnt tried before OR something i know isnt my strongest area, and i have to say about 90% of what ive written last few years have turned out waaay different then i had in my head originally, i guess thats a good thing. There are tons of beatifully weird albums out there, and im sure captain beefheart has a handful of those,lol havnt digged into the catalog but i listened to a 3 hour radio special about captain beefheart a while back and it was extremly facinating, so might have to dig in a little :D


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