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Album: Put Your Bum To Work • #89 (Main)
Take A Part is my first and one of my best songs. It was written on the first day of the new decade. Take A Part was played on the radio in 1986 by the Carlton University Station, CFMU. It's one of the ten songs of the You Won't Like All Of It Tape.
"Usagi" is a traditional song of Japan. "Usagi" is "Rabbit" in Japanese and the song is about bunnies jumping at or on the Moon.
This song was recorded in a authentic Scottish environment as it was recorded in my apartment which is right under a grove of genuine Scottish Palm Trees. Although this studio is in Japan the Scottish flavour can be sensed in this picture!
Album: Put Your Bum To Work • #18 (Sub-genre)
This is an Ottawa song about skating on the Rideau Canal. On Aug. 5 1982, I wrote the first part of this song in my sleep, in a dream, about Melanie. I woke up and wrote it down. The second part was written as I walked home after dancing with Wild Ni
I am happy to be able to finally post a Philip Rosseter song from his only Booke of Airs. This is Take 2 but it did not finish so I added the end of Take 3 to end.
This is a song dedicated to Ottawa Buskers including; the late Paul Chappmen, Roger Rainbow, Dario Domingues (1954 to 2000) and Roman Bociurkiw (1960-2002).
This is a piece that everyone knows. Waldteufel's music dominated Balls at Buckingham Palace. This is Trick T. Olly at Buckingham Palace.
This galliard is from William Barley's 1596 book 'A new Booke of Tabliture for the Orpharion' and is the first of 3 galliards to the Countesse of Sussex that were composed by Philip Rosseter.
The music is progressive with a few interesting chords. The lyrics are well worked and head toward poetry.
A lute song published in the year 1597 preformed solo on guitar while singing at the same time.
Here renowned Ottawa model Pascale Boudreau.is captured by the closet by photographer John Smith in Ottawa where this song was first written.