A powerful Prog Rock instrumental with lots of imagery. (a song...in a series of collabs. with guitarist John Fiore) (RM)
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With headphones, you can gauge how big & empty the inside of your head is. Matthew Scott -- Organ, synthesizer, dramatic drums, vibraslap, tambourine, rumblings; John Pfeifer -- Music/lyrics, vocals, guitar, bass, vanilla drums, beginning noise
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Sure it's long, but it takes your mind on one hell of a journey, and back again.
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This song REALLY could use a progressive band to perform it fully. (You will hear from the lyrics the need for more than the acoustic performance I do).....It's as close to Pink Floyd as anything I do.
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The first and ONLY time we did this, (yes, I winged it.) A live, direct-to-two-track recording. Guitar, drums & vocal only.
#10 today (Sub-genre)
Spanish influenced with hats off to DiMeola, Carlos, A. Holdsworth Johnny Mac and others too numerous to mention. All recorded inline/direct on DAW and Modeler GNX3. Guitar, one in the herd...
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"A Path of Rigmarole' was created in three countries and five cities. This is not to dispute that it was not written in about half an hour (as the great song writers of great songs will tell you)
#15 today (Sub-genre)
Rocker featuring a fairly elaborate arrangement with lyrics that are an attempt at optimism in the face of modern existential threats.
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THE GREAT KAUFI OF THE BAND FOGY, OF GERMANY, WROTE THIS SONG, HE PLAYED ALL MUSIC, AND SANG MALE VOCALS. I SANG ALL FEMALE VOCALS.
#17 today (Sub-genre)
A story about 2 people who see each other in a dream and then, the dream becomes reality.....
#18 today (Sub-genre)