Tags : | Blues | 7.59 MB

Description : When my mother died in september, a part of me died with her. I've been burning up with all these feelings of dispair, shock, disbelief and helplessness. One way for me to deal with the bumps and bruises, or in this case a flying kick to the stomach, is to play. it gets it out in ways I could never put down in words. This one is for my mom.

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  1. crazywalker
    crazywalker on Fri 18th Dec 2015 - 3 years ago

    Kinda cool

    Reply by musiclover38

    Thank you... I guess

  2. WilliamCarpenter
    WilliamCarpenter on Fri 10th Apr 2015 - 4 years ago

    Listening to all your stuff. Really great. Just laying my head back and letting it massage the bad out of my brain. Thanks Friend, Great music.

    Reply by musiclover38

    That is just so great to hear! Thanks a lot

  3. NeverEnoughFun
    NeverEnoughFun on Mon 23rd Feb 2015 - 4 years ago

    This gave me goosebumps. I every emotion in every note man... Intense.

    Reply by musiclover38

    Means a lot. Thank you

  4. jayrebrand
    jayrebrand on Tue 17th Jun 2014 - 5 years ago

    good stuff

  5. droflovedlove
    droflovedlove on Thu 15th May 2014 - 5 years ago

    Great track reminds me if one I did for my ex wife after she passed if I can figure out how to upload it I will

  6. SullyStuffz
    SullyStuffz on Tue 29th Apr 2014 - 5 years ago


  7. BearAustin
    BearAustin on Wed 12th Mar 2014 - 5 years ago

    Man I can feel the emotion. I lose me mum a few weeks ago. Puley awesome mate.

  8. samcs
    samcs on Thu 13th Feb 2014 - 5 years ago

    i love this song ...

  9. snypavat
    snypavat on Thu 23rd Jan 2014 - 5 years ago

    This is by far the best track you have posted on here. Brought a tear to my eye about half way through.

  10. EricMilligan
    EricMilligan on Fri 17th Jan 2014 - 5 years ago

    A beautiful tribute to your Mom. Can't say much more that would be meaningful. Sometimes, the music just has to speak for itself.

  11. eproffer
    eproffer on Mon 16th Dec 2013 - 5 years ago

    Your mom is very proud of this and of you, I'm sure. I can feel the love you have for her in this song. Great work.

  12. ShortBusMusic
    ShortBusMusic on Wed 11th Dec 2013 - 5 years ago

    Søren, first let me say I'm so sorry for your loss. Words usually fall short in expressing the pain associated with those times. However, music always expresses the emotion.

    This is a beautiful tribute and one I know your mother would be proud of.

    Words fail me at times like this. I feel your pain. And appreciate the way you have expressed it. Thanks for sharing this emotional piece with all of us. Hang in there. It does get better.

    I hope you are well my friend.


  13. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Wed 11th Dec 2013 - 5 years ago

    This is special...and believe it or not I know the feelings you express so well in the music.....I came home from my younger brother`s funeral some years ago and had to sit down and play my feelings...I have never posted the result anywhere..likely never will...the felings are in the notes..in the beauty and simplicity of it all and the unspoken knowledge that our end here is not the end...This is music that speaks emotion that can`t be expressed in other ways.....thanks for posting...sympathies from me and God bless........Ed

  14. ImproveWithError
    ImproveWithError on Wed 11th Dec 2013 - 5 years ago

    This is beautiful man, very heart felt. Thanks for sharing and sorry to hear about your loss.


  15. klliuwiijs
    klliuwiijs on Tue 10th Dec 2013 - 5 years ago

    Nice one!

  16. janis71
    janis71 on Tue 10th Dec 2013 - 5 years ago

    I'd be very happy to have a collab with you, Sir . In English, promise ( you made me laugh with the "insane grammar" ! ) .
    Bless you,

  17. lonewolfsc1
    lonewolfsc1 on Mon 9th Dec 2013 - 5 years ago

    Just remember when you create music like you have they hear it in heaven.

    Reply by musiclover38

    You didn't know, but that is what I'm hoping for! Thank you very much!

  18. janis71
    janis71 on Mon 9th Dec 2013 - 5 years ago

    So tender and sensitive . You're right, music speaks better than words sometimes .
    You paid a gorgeous tribute to your mom . I'm sending you my warmest thoughts and a big hug to try to cheer you up a little .
    Thanks a lot for this beautiful humane moment .

    Reply by musiclover38

    It's funny when music takes a certain form, meaning and expression all from the state of your mind. Thank you so much for your thoughts and hug :-) the response I've gotten on this track FAR exeeds my expectations. People here at LM are just so kind it warms my heart. :)

    Took a peek at "your place" and damn you sing fine! Hopefully we could make a collab sometime! I love the french language, even though I don't understand a word. (only had six month of french in school before I quit because of the insane grammar). So maybe in english?? :-P

  19. Evisma
    Evisma on Mon 9th Dec 2013 - 5 years ago

    Just beautiful. This is something to be proud of. Tugs on the heart strings. You did a true honor. You honored your mother, and took a step towards healing yourself. Head high.


    Reply by musiclover38

    Thank you so much! Your words are too kind, but they fall at right time and place, and I take them to heart! :-)

  20. VickyDan
    VickyDan on Sun 8th Dec 2013 - 5 years ago

    Hello ....

    I understand your pain, and I compassionate .... Music can be the remedy which allows express the pain .... who is buried deep of the heart.

    No need for words, the harmonies are there to express this moment of distress.
    This is a very intense moment here, and let me for accompany you, virtually in this instant.


    Reply by musiclover38

    Thank you very much. It's hard to acknowledge the fact that no matter how bad you feel, nothing will bring her back. You just have to deal with it. Thats where music for me, and you too it seems, makes a world of difference.

  21. Darkreine
    Darkreine on Sun 8th Dec 2013 - 5 years ago

    This a great tribute to your mom, I'm sure she would be so proud of you. The pain never goes away, but it does get easier over time. I hope that passes quickly for you.


    Reply by musiclover38

    Thanks D

    It's a rough road to travel. A "lateral climb" as Robben Ford would say. I'm glad you like it. Thanks for commenting :)

  22. danke
    danke on Sun 8th Dec 2013 - 5 years ago

    What a wonderful memory this track is...no words...I gave 1 minute silence for your mom...the biggest loss in this life (mother, child)

    Be strong, Danke

    Reply by musiclover38

    Thanks for the praise, and the 1 minute. It's well spent I assure you :-)

  23. heavenandearth360
    heavenandearth360 on Sun 8th Dec 2013 - 5 years ago

    I lost my dad last June and my best friend in August....I feel you.

  24. heavenandearth360
    heavenandearth360 on Sun 8th Dec 2013 - 5 years ago

    The emotion in this piece is rich and palpable. Just beautifu!
    So sorry for your loss. God bless you.

    Reply by musiclover38

    Thank you for your kind words. I'm sorry for your losses too. I'm really glad you like this. Thank you :-)

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