Home Music Articles Forums Blog Chat More...      

Journey (w/ Em carmen)

No artwork

Get Flash to see this player.

a collab with an extremely moving poet. it is not often i'm touched by poetry...... but in her case, her poetry is my largest exception. you can visit and listen to her poems and other wordbeat collabs here ----http://www.acidplanet.com/artist.asp?AID=488309&T=9742
Leave a Comment
You must be registered and logged-in to comment.
Song Stats
Hits: 3413
Comments: 8
Fans: 2
Plays: 189
Downloads: 135
Votes: 10
Uploaded: Apr 04, 2006 - 11:04:33 AM
Last Updated: Apr 04, 2006 - 02:10:16 PM Last Played: Apr 23, 2019 - 02:57:03 AM
Song License
Creative Commons License:

Creative Commons

Song Actions
share on facebook share on twitter download song
datafunk said 4821 days ago (April 4th, 2006)
boards of atonalis
once again, great one. the slow tempo reminds me of some boards of canada, for some reason. poetry can be glitchy, for sure, I nearly cried.
Check out my latest song called DFF#03
Stun Nutz said 4820 days ago (April 5th, 2006)
gentler, delicate
nice pacing...harpsichord...microtweaked voice...
Check out my latest song called stagnation
Stun Nutz said 4820 days ago (April 5th, 2006)
gentler, delicate
nice pacing...harpsichord...microtweaked voice...
Check out my latest song called stagnation
TobinMueller said 4819 days ago (April 6th, 2006)
This is very nice stuff, especially your backing accompaniment. Really
nice sonic choices on your part. There is something dull about the vocal
performance, tho, that distances me from the content (in my subjective
ears). Don't know if the distortion on her voice is adding to this
disaffection on my part; I thought maybe coming out of the distortion at
some point (or fading into it at some point) would have been more
affecting. But I think it is more in her delivery, which sounds like reading
as opposed to emoting in a spontaneous way. Still, a cool track that I
enjoyed. I dig all your experiments and look forward to hearing each new
track you share.
Check out my latest song called Momentary Undertow
The Composer said 4818 days ago (April 7th, 2006)
Sorry I havn't caught up with your stuff recently...
Here I am back again and once again, some very interesting music

Unfortunately, I'm quite the same with poetry/lyrics and the like. I sort
of hear them but don't really pay attention to what they're saying... be
that as it may though, the music you've done for this fits very well with
the sound of the poetry. I'm still not sure what the lyrics are actually
saying, but both the music and the tone of the poetry reading give me
the impression of lonliness/lethargic/apathy... I think its mostly the
monotonish sound of the voice and how the music keeps almost
slowing down alot... like you're just to tired to play in time.

The only real critism I have for this is something I used to mention with
your earlier pieces thats bugging me a little with this. The placement
of foreground/background parts in this music doesn't quite sit right
with me here. Vocals are the part of any music that the mind just
naturally focuses on... but throughout the piece there are many
'background' elements that are louder and seem drier (less reverb) than
the vocals... particulary the harpsichord. It also doesn't help that the
harpsichord is also centered in the mix... feels like its competing a
little with the vocals.

Anyway... nice work again, I'll try and find the time to comment on
some of the stuff I've missed soon I promise!
Check out my latest song called Blood Is Boiling (By Faeble)
Warren Smith said 4818 days ago (April 7th, 2006)
Up front
Instead of laying down a long musical opening, I'd like to see the first line of the poem ("I want to live with you in some imaginary wood/among stones with their reddish wounds ...") moved up to the front, and letting the music flow out of those lines. I just think this would be a much more dramatic way to open this project, while also instantly locking the soundtrack and the poem together as a unity.

I think the music and the words fit well together. Nice job at producting this. It's been worth listening to again and again, discovering new elements on each run through.

There's lots of wonderful lines here, like "I will dance like a priestess ... in the back country of your forgotten mind." The reading is articulate. However, it would be helpful if you would post the poetry in the lyrics box.
Check out my latest song called Signal and Noise
jmt said 4813 days ago (April 12th, 2006)
I I in I
I could swear I heard you torturing Chewbacca at a few points in here! I really dig the pace of this. Excellent darkness.
Check out my latest song called mARINERS lULLABY
said 4804 days ago (April 21st, 2006)
dig this.
One of my Faves Shawn.
So nicely done.
Fan List
Artist Info
artist photo
Location: a plastic palm tree in fear and loathing of bush's oil machine
send a note
well this seems to be a site loaded with talent. glad i caught on to it. the diversity of tracks i write ranges from ambient to drill .....but all mainly residing in the dark. my main instrument is guitar, but i've been twiddling with synths sample... [see more]

Check out some of my other songs:

Who's Online
Invisible Members: 0
Visitors: 272