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It just hit me that I never posted the last two songs I did for FAWM back in February, so I’m posting them now. This second one is incomplete – it needs lyrics. It’s really just an 8 bar jam … Continue reading
It just hit me that I never posted the last two songs I did for FAWM back in February, so I’m posting them now. The first one is Baby Bug, for my little girl. I’m channeling the spirit of the … Continue reading
Song number seven for February Album Writing Month (FAWM) is yet another electronic piece focusing on production and technique more than melody. This time I’m heading in more of a Tribute direction with French-House meeting Prog-Rock. We’ve got sidechain compression … Continue reading
Just to keep things fresh and interesting, I decided to push out a bit and write some french-house inspired trance for my fifth February Album Writing Month (FAWM) track. This uses the Westminster Quarters tune (permutations 4 and 5) in … Continue reading
Number four for FAWM 2012, this one is for Amy. Originally written on guitar (in that incarnation, it’s a country tune), this ended up more like a song from the second act of a musical. I can sort of hear … Continue reading
I was having problems with my Les Paul style Hamer electric, so I hopped on to YouTube to hunt down some videos on how to adjust a fixed bridge guitar so that it didn’t suck. While playing around with the … Continue reading
Wasted, my second song for FAWM, follows along with my theme I’m working on and is an attempt to nail down both the lyrical style and the studio structure so that writing the next 12 songs will just flow. I … Continue reading
The first song of February Album Writing Month (FAWM) is written and a demo recorded. It’s called “Hello, Boy” and is my first run at fleshing out this theme I have going on in my head. It’s a little sad … Continue reading
Notes My father was a Quaker pacifist who worked in the defense industry and once went to jail for beating up a guy. I was taught from an early age that true power meant never having to fight, but I … Continue reading