Thanks to Alexander Fox for playing guitar and Nicola Hutchison for lending her expert ear when I got too close to the mix to be able to see the wood for the trees.
Peak position #25
When I first played this prog rock instrumental to my partner she said "It feels like going on an adventure; there might be horses and flying carpets" and that's where the title comes from :-)
Peak position #61
A couple of feel-good songs to start the year. Many thanks to Steve Harcourt for the lead guitar parts.
Peak in sub-genre #27
A song about blurring the boundary between fantasy and reality but also a song about nostalgia and loss.
Peak in sub-genre #46
A song about someone who emigrates for a better life but finds that not everything is better. I've aimed for an 80's rock vibe with the mix on this one.
Peak in sub-genre #11
This is a bit of a departure for me. As you will see, it is not quite my usual style but I had a lot of fun experimenting. Normal service will resume momentarily.
Peak in sub-genre #98
A song about a politician that starts out with good intentions. Musically this is a bit of an experiment for me - a rock song without guitars. Let me know whether you think it worked :-)
Peak in sub-genre #22
A song about the future and how bleak it looks right now but without being completely alarmist :-) Much Kudos to Steve Hall for the great guitar parts. Thanks Steve!
Peak in sub-genre #31
This progressive rock song is about the atavistic fear that makes us afraid of noises in the dark. It features Martin O'Brien on acoustic guitar and Steve Hall on lead and rhythm guitars. This version is the March 2011 remix.
Peak in sub-genre #42