CD 'Eklektika' A multi-genre European flavoured, 12/8 against 4/4 time that defies genre deskription, you decide, I just try to write, perform and produce originality.
#1 today (Sub-genre)
Italy. Folklore has it that a tarrantella dance alleviates death after a Tarantula bite. Recorded 2018.
#2 today (Sub-genre)
Party song about a close Russian friend from St. Petersburg, and about my favorite beer to drink when I visit there - Baltika 7, which is a European-style lager bottled in Russia.
#3 today (Sub-genre)
You never know what will find you in the attic. Evelyn Road I wrote this. My Carpathian bloodlines, on my Dad's side. His Mother's lines go back to one Vlad Tepes. Handplayed keyboard instruments, Violin,and vocals by Countess Lekzee Patrick.
#4 today (Sub-genre)
Guitar duet of Pachelbel's Canon in D in tribute to Pachelbel. Thank You for visiting....
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#7 today (Sub-genre)
My recording of Silent Night was made on a 4 track cassette tape recorder and started on December 3rd, 1992. On this Mix of Take 1 it is only me playing harmonica and guitar. Later I hope to do a mix with the 2 more voices.
#8 today (Sub-genre)
a quiet Klezmer tune Walla Walla Pickers played mandolin and fiddle
#10 today (Sub-genre)
A song inspired by Swedish folk music and the beauty of the scandinavian landscape. The melody instruments are Clarinet and Morin Khuur, a violin from Mongolia.
#12 today (Sub-genre)
Chanson d'amour qui surgit dans la tete de l'amante qui va rejoindre son aime.
#14 today (Sub-genre)
Budet Nami Sogreta Strana. Lyrics by Aleksander Pavlov. Music by Vladimir Sidorov. Sings Anna Kholkina. 2001
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#18 today (Sub-genre)
She looked long at his pompadour...... her eyes were rivetted..... her mouth was agape... her senses captured.......
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