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Eric Heisman and the Formation
creativity, even if it's dada: So as I listened in Cubase to the tracks we had recorded, it was unavoidable noticing that I had decided to erase a bit where I had messed up, the last chord, the last measure, partly. Here we had this jewel in the rough knowing and yet, I said to Dave, "i chopped that off! how can this work? oh, man," I sighed. Dave is more educated in music than I and so his calming, "It's ok, just laugh. Ha ha ha ha," he cackled, sort of, well, it sounded possible, his laugh was a cool laugh. so when we got t...
Eric Heisman and the Formation
"...and everything about me has changed.": Dave and I worked on a song following the news of Lemmy Kilmister, and David Bowie's passing. The lyrics started out being about mourning and if I could place some nice references, all the better. The first line, "The morning brought you back to me" uses the word morning and since it is sung, it could be mourning, and mourning does sometimes bring back those memories we don't want to forget. "wishin' you were here to see,..." the lyric continues with a reference or two of our geographical space ...
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