Irish Comeallyaz Singer
Description : Not sure this is suitable for non-takers of Ganja. This is deep jaw-clicker weekend with the anniversary of one of my favorite Irish poets WB. Yeats. Personally, i think he was stoned half the time when writing these sayings, because they make perfect sense. I tried to capture the essence of what this genius was offering,in my vocals. Tall order, i know! Some of you will get it and some wont. Anyway, hope you can use in your project.
Description : Dontcha just love the man in black, Johnny Cash? Of coarse you do! The BPM is 106 and the key is in "G" Have fun Folsom prisoners!
Description : Wazzup Mama? I'm sure some of you will use this snippet in one of your creations. Let me know if you do, would love to hear it. Cheers, home boys!
Description : For some of you that may ask, the answer is YES, i have completely lost it with this one. But u gotta admit its different and true art! Anyway the BPM is 120 and the Key is ? (any key), for those of you crazy enough to put music to it. Remember to have fun if you attempt this and please keep your sanity!! Not sure if mine is coming back!
Description : Just imagine if Elvis was an Irish lorry driver, this is what he might have sounded like. Anyway, the BPM is 125 and the Key is G. Thank you, thank you very much! Uh-huh!
Description : Whos up for some Elvis Presley. The Key is in A. Beat is 120. Rock n Roll baby!!
Description : Here's a a rap war song in 120 bpm. Yes, you can use it for yo project. I hate wars! Than God for music!
Description : Here's a good intro or outro for Shamoozey "Country" fans! lol
Description : This an old Irish rebel tune. The beat is 200 - 4/4 measure. On this one Shamoozey turns into Irish rebel wrapper ! lol Feel free to use in ur projectile! Cheers!
Description : A poem written by William Wordsworth back in the 1800s. Its a pretty cool poem I think and hope you can work it into your creative project. Cheers!
Description : This one is a off the beaten track for me. A bit of harmony going on here with a BPM of 90 and in the key of C. Not sure what genre, a bit of soul or chillout i guess!
Description : The Parting Glass is an old cry in your beer song that i wanted to revive with an upbeat hippity rap hopper style, if that's possible!? Shamoozey likes to break boundaries! lol Anyway, the BPM is 120, i think! Could be played in any key. Be creative and most importantly, have fun! Cheers!
Description : A poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow read by Shamoozey. I'm sure this will not be everyone's cuppa tea, but felt the need to share! Enjoy and feel free to use in your project.
Description : With a recent break-up, i was just wondering. The bpm is 85, not sure of key
Description : Something you might hear after last call in the pubs on a Friday night.
Description : One of the favorite songs in Ireland at closing time in the pubs! Used to be anyway, how times have changed....
Description : A tinker plying his trade. Hip hop-rap-dance
Description : Auld Lang Syne - Happy New Year! Woo-hoo, bring on 2014
Description : Beat is 221 bpm, not sure what key. This track might come in handy. Enjoy!
Description : I like to let rip on a Saturday evening - keep the neighbors on their toes
Description : This is an old Irish song in 174 BPMs and 3/4 measure. I think the Key is F Do a good job now!! lol
Description : Something one might hear in a knackers yard
Description : Here is an old German song translated to English. I sang along with a beautiful singer on Youtube - of coarse she sang it in German, Her name is "Natalie" The music is on there and the beat which I;m not sure if i done it justice, but it is what it is, right? Anyway, Guten tag!! lol. Anyone want to take a stab at it be my guest and Merry Christmas!!
Description : A special request from Eric Milligan, from Canada, eh?. Cheers my friend!!
Description : Just got a card from the united states postal service promoting their business. They are in trouble guys and I want to help but also need your help!! The new logo about priority mail is "Over the river and through the woods to everyone's house we go" so i got an idea to do a jingle for them.. Hey, they might even use it, who knows!! Any of you musical guys interested in putting a musical jingle to my vocals?? The chords are C,F,G Cheers!