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Long instrumental with ever - mutating components. Percussion by David McNair.
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Uploaded: Apr 11, 2018 - 06:29:45 AM
Last Updated: Apr 11, 2018 - 06:29:45 AM Last Played: Jul 11, 2018 - 10:55:36 AM
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sammydix said 192 days ago (April 11th, 2018)
Did
I hear the ovation in there? I thought you planned to add vocals near the end, or am I thinking of a different song?
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grah3am said 190 days ago (April 13th, 2018)
Ovation
I put the Ovation in and decided against vocals. Thanks for listening, Sam. I am going to check out Cowboy Tom.

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KCsGROOVE said 189 days ago (April 14th, 2018)
dirge
lovely guitarwork here
I like the subtle changes along the way
KC
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grah3am said 188 days ago (April 15th, 2018)
Thanks, KC
That's exactly the effect I was after.
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DWL said 188 days ago (April 15th, 2018)
Hardly a dirge!
Clever and some nifty guitar.

Cheers

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grah3am said 188 days ago (April 15th, 2018)
Cheers, Dick
David suggested it sounded like a life, what with all the twists and turns and the return to a version of the opening sounds. I tend to agree with him.
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Calchas said 186 days ago (April 17th, 2018)
Contemporary prog!
Gorgeous piece! Simply gorgeous...

Perhaps a second version WITH vocals?
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grah3am said 186 days ago (April 17th, 2018)
Maybe
Kids' voices at the beginning and angels at the end? Sounds like a plan! Thanks for the encouragement, Mr W.
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Calchas said 186 days ago (April 17th, 2018)
One more thing...
perhaps too lovely to be called a "Dirge"?
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grah3am said 185 days ago (April 18th, 2018)
New Title
"Life, but not as we know it."
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PeterB7858 said 185 days ago (April 18th, 2018)
Dirge
I liked the intro, but, for mine, it went on a few rounds too long and kept me from the tasty guitar work to follow. Thenceforth it was a highly engaging piece. Ever-mutating, yes, but still with many of the family traits on display - smooth, melodic and classy. Lovely stuff, you two. Thanks.
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grah3am said 179 days ago (April 24th, 2018)
Mutant Man
Thanks for listening, Peter. I appreciate every comment.
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Warren Smith said 176 days ago (April 27th, 2018)
Going for it
Nice mood piece - letting the music take you to where it wants to go - and letting it have the time it needs to do so.
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grah3am said 176 days ago (April 27th, 2018)
That's the idea
I don't have any Frippertronics, but they were in the back of my mind when I did this. Cheers, Warren.
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