Tags : | Chill Out | 5.98 MB

Description : This description comes with a bit of delay due to some mysterious purposes..hehe..but so it happened, boys and girls, that this is my second colab work with no other than Mr. Tumbleweed The Great (Ed Cunningham). He sent me a piece of music in a raw and unfinished condition, based on acoustic guitar work, supported with splendid percussion and some tasteful orchestral pads. So my task here was to add some of my own trumpery (haha) and to wrap all up into something what could be called a "finished product". As in the previous offer I granted my strings the dominant role, with viola taking the primary spotlight instead of usual violin which dominated in some of my previous works. Next I included some more piano parts than I usualy do (making Ed happy), some brass for the intro section, and even some bass and electric guitar touches. Sax has also been considered, but just didn't happen (lazy guy ^) , but I deliberately left out any kind of distinct synthesized sounds, wanting it to sound as classical as possible. I hope it turned out nicely in the end, so have a listen and any kind of comment would be appreciated.:)
Also, hat's off to Bear for snuffing the Celtic influences (but probably not knowing who is behind this) and all my thanks to dear Ed for sharing his treasure with me !

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  1. Ducoh
    Ducoh on Tue 27th Feb 2018 - 1 year ago

    Like it.

    Reply by Orlando51

    Thanks alot!:)


  2. andreve1
    andreve1 on Wed 23rd Aug 2017 - 2 years ago

    Love it! Its hot! Its really awesome!

    Reply by Orlando51

    This is probably the one and only collab made with Ed, that I'm 100% satisfied with my part of the job. Still one of my personal favourites. Thank you so much for your kind feedback !:)

    With much appreciation_____Leon

  3. PDMuzak
    PDMuzak on Wed 29th Jul 2015 - 4 years ago

    Love it. Beautiful composition and the instrumentation was superb. Don't stop putting out the tracks. PDMuzak

    Reply by Orlando51

    Thanks alot Pat for this friendly feedback and for the fav !
    And dont wory...As long as I still breath I won't stop putting
    those noises out cause creating means to exist !:)

    With much appreciation_____Orlando

  4. Butcha
    Butcha on Sun 7th Jun 2015 - 4 years ago

    absolutely awesome man!!!
    i love how it all progressed, and all the elements blended.. well done to both of u.. so easy to listen to. great work!

    Reply by Orlando51

    Thank you so much for this positive feedback, much appreciated, but if you look a bit below you will see you've already posted a comment on this one quite some time ago .:)
    Well, the second one can't harm..:)Youre're always welcome!:)

    All the best to you_____Orlando

  5. OViea91
    OViea91 on Tue 26th May 2015 - 4 years ago

    Nice job with the trumpets. The overall feel of this track is grand and rich with ancient culture. Nice job.

    Reply by Orlando51

    Thank you so much for listeningamd posting this positive feedback!:)

    With appreciation______Orlando

  6. silverman
    silverman on Tue 18th Nov 2014 - 4 years ago

    Commenting on just one track of yours seems a waste ... seems shallow somehow.
    You are one very talented and creative artist.
    Artist is more correct than musician or muso in your case.
    I just play with this stuff as a hobby and thouroughly enjoy myself and when I listen to stuff like this it makes my stuff seem very small but .... you're an inspiration so .... I'll now be up all night fiddling and twiddling!
    All power to you.

    Reply by Orlando51

    Hi Silverman,

    I must say it's a rare honour when someone checks out the complete collection available....it maybe happened 2 or 3 times since I've created the profile here on Looperman. For an amateurish musician like me it really means alot to receive
    such degree of approval from any fellow musician. I can only say big thank you and respect for such a generous feedback on my work.
    And now I also see we have something in common (not just music). We are both night owls...now I don't feel quite as alone anymore...happy fiddling and twiddling...:)^^

    Stay in touch mate______Orlando

  7. ProgRockDan1
    ProgRockDan1 on Fri 14th Nov 2014 - 4 years ago

    I loved your very humble beginning: "music is best when no one is listening." I am hearing some excellent musical ideas here. A nice smooth guitar gliding through artistic stringy/keyboards.

    Reply by Orlando51

    Thx alot for this positive feedback....means alot!:)

    With appreciation____Orlando

  8. FreeJudge
    FreeJudge on Sun 26th Oct 2014 - 4 years ago

    This beauty is definitely a serious work, got this quality sound to it, enjoyed hearing it, thanks for the quality uploads and your kind words! Also, the part at around 2.30 is absolutely amazing.

    Reply by Orlando51

    Thanks alot for checking out my work. It's always nice to get the recognition on some older upload.:)

    With appreciation_____Orlando

  9. dontcallmeslapnuts
    dontcallmeslapnuts on Sun 21st Sep 2014 - 4 years ago

    This is an awsome song! Reminds me of my wedding night when my wife and I sat in a restaurant for hours drinking wine. They had an acoustic artist playing with his set-up. Nice strings and sound all the way through!

    Reply by Orlando51

    Thanks alot for stopping by to listen and leaving a nice commment...much appreciated.:)

    All the best_____Orlando

  10. Thomisback
    Thomisback on Wed 2nd Jul 2014 - 5 years ago

    puts me in such a good place

    Reply by Orlando51

    Nice to hear that:)

    Thx alot____Orlando

  11. oldschoolfrosty
    oldschoolfrosty on Tue 10th Jun 2014 - 5 years ago

    such a happy tune.

    Reply by Orlando51

    Thx alot for taking a time to listen and comment...much appreciated.:)


  12. marcjennings
    marcjennings on Wed 7th May 2014 - 5 years ago

    nice work. the title was exactly what i was looking for.

    Reply by Orlando51

    I'm really glad you found it...:)

    With appreciation____Orlando

  13. AnomalyJ
    AnomalyJ on Fri 2nd May 2014 - 5 years ago

    I don't think I have new words to tell your how beautiful this track is arranges, my mind just sort of drifted away and I was carried along to a distant land and at the end it left me on a unfamiliar shore, what a sweet journey. Very moving body of work.

    Reply by Orlando51

    Thank you very much for all these kind words....means alot to me!

    With appreciation_____Orlando

  14. doudei
    doudei on Wed 30th Apr 2014 - 5 years ago

    these string and guitar combos create enchanting moments.
    wrapped in a well-balanced and coherent mix.
    good thing you aimed for this organic type of feel. pulled it off nicely and it works well.
    terrific tune Ed and Orlando - thanks for sharing guys

    Reply by Orlando51

    Yes, I think we really did a good job with this one...and thank you so much for recognizing that!:)

    With appreciation____Orlando

  15. midisparks
    midisparks on Wed 30th Apr 2014 - 5 years ago

    for me it was an invitation to daydream, to allow my mind to wander. i was aware of the gentleness of the melodies, the attention to placement of sounds in the field, the use of acoustical versus electronic. a beautiful concept beautifully executed. all the best.

    Reply by Orlando51

    Yeah, Dan...this is the one I'm really proud of.:)

    Thank you so much for the kind comment!:)


  16. Mosaic
    Mosaic on Tue 22nd Apr 2014 - 5 years ago

    Hey Orlando

    Mate this is stunning piece of work, I am a massive fan of Ed, man is so talented, 2 brilliant artist together, always going to be a winner of a track, mate looking forward to hearing more of your works if this is a sample of whats on your profile, will be back that's for sure...massive fav here...Peace n much Respect to both of you guys...Mosaic....

    Reply by Orlando51

    Hi Mosaic!

    I must say I'm really lucky to have the opportunity to collaborate with someone as talented as Ed. His talent is sheer inspiration to me. I hope we will do some more collabs in the future.
    Thank you so much for the incredible feedback...we will meet again along the way...

    With appreciation____Orlando

  17. olevanbole
    olevanbole on Fri 18th Apr 2014 - 5 years ago

    nice Chill

    Reply by Orlando51

    Thx alot!


  18. oxakau
    oxakau on Mon 31st Mar 2014 - 5 years ago

    A very relax sound

    Reply by Orlando51

    I'm glad to hear that it contributed to your relaxation!:)


  19. Butcha
    Butcha on Fri 14th Mar 2014 - 5 years ago

    wow this is unreal mate...
    the whole 4mins and 20 seconds was pure lushness, if that is even a word haha!!!

    well done guys..
    loved it!!

    bUTCHA d-_-b

    Reply by Orlando51

    Hi mate!

    I just love your comment! Thank you so much, Butcha!:)


  20. Chass2014
    Chass2014 on Fri 14th Mar 2014 - 5 years ago

    Sure thing! The Development Blog is:

    We are currently putting together a full featured website.

    Reply by Orlando51

    Thx alot for the link! If you would like to use this track in any of your projects just let me know (consider the use of private message via my profile).

    Wish you a nice day____Orlando

  21. Chass2014
    Chass2014 on Thu 13th Mar 2014 - 5 years ago

    This is beautiful! I would love to use this in our video game on the OUYA.

    Reply by Orlando51

    Hi Chass! Can you tell me some more more about that video game
    or dend me some link maybe?


  22. Mykael
    Mykael on Wed 12th Mar 2014 - 5 years ago

    This has got to be one of the most beautiful Looperman collaborations I've heard so far. The arrangement is quite luscious. Well done to the both you of you!

    Love & Light,


    Reply by Orlando51

    I'm really grateful for this kind and positive comment...much

    Peace man____Orlando

  23. TuneDef
    TuneDef on Wed 12th Mar 2014 - 5 years ago

    As soon as the track began, I was transported into a western movie scene, a lone horseman rides into town to revenge the slaughter of his family and friends....that's the power of music...great track!

    Tune D

    Reply by Orlando51

    Very interesting and imaginative interpretation of this piece! It's real fun to observe how it draws different pictures in people's minds. For example...I imagine Chris Rea leaving the movie theatre at the seaside after watching "Bladerunner" and then meets the Moody Blues lads in their bermuda shorts catching some sun on the beach (apparently they have better legs than the Spice girls these days:))and asks Justin Hayward for an autograph.:)
    Anyways, thank you so much for stopping by, taking the time to listen and posting this delightful comment!

    Wish you a nice day____Orlando

  24. theHumps
    theHumps on Mon 10th Mar 2014 - 5 years ago

    You and Ed seem to work well with each other, nice track Orlando! Has a world music feel to it. I like the percussion, the strings and piano you added sound nice.

    Wonderful chillout track, close your eyes and let the mind wander.


    Reply by Orlando51

    Yeah, I guess there must be some kind of intuitive chemistry between me and Ed. Till now we've been getting on very well (musicaly and personaly) and I hope there will be many more opportunities to consolidate this level of harmony.
    Thx alot for stopping by and posting a kind comment!:)

    All the best___Orlando

  25. Africanairsurfer
    Africanairsurfer on Tue 4th Mar 2014 - 5 years ago

    Very Nice piece

    Reply by Orlando51

    Thx alot for listening and posting a comment!:)


  26. AnalogDisc
    AnalogDisc on Thu 27th Feb 2014 - 5 years ago

    This is not just a track, it`s a journey and I`m fully enjoyed it! :)

    Reply by Orlando51

    Thx alot for taking a time to listen and posting this kind and positive comment!:)

    All the best___Orlando

  27. XmafaX
    XmafaX on Mon 24th Feb 2014 - 5 years ago

    Very nice track!
    great work

    Reply by Orlando51

    Thank you very much Paulo!:)

    Best wishes___Orlando

  28. nadiakasper28
    nadiakasper28 on Fri 21st Feb 2014 - 5 years ago

    A very good sound to it

    Reply by Orlando51

    Thx alot!


  29. homonimundo
    homonimundo on Wed 19th Feb 2014 - 5 years ago

    Very Nice...

    Reply by Orlando51

    Hello...I'm glad you found it pleasing.:)


  30. ScottFranco
    ScottFranco on Tue 18th Feb 2014 - 5 years ago

    Super Excellent, my friends. I'm a big fan of orchestral strings and classical guitar, so this one struck me as especially pleasing. Good Job!


    Reply by Orlando51

    Hey Scott...many thanks for taking a time to listen and posting a kind comment! Strings will remain in at least some of my future projects, so keep in touch...^^

    Best wishes___Orlando

  31. VickyDan
    VickyDan on Tue 18th Feb 2014 - 5 years ago

    Hello Orlando ....

    I have almost to miss this track of so great quality. Forgive me.
    This is a subtle blend, where you brought many musical influences.
    A "work" of Master .... with a little nod to our Mother Nature ....

    Thank you for sharing this magical moment ....


    Reply by Orlando51

    Hey Dan!:)

    To be honest, I was really wondering where have you been for so long...^^
    But no problem Dan...your kind words and more than positive feedback have put a big smile on my face and this rainy tuesday seems much brighter now.:) Thank you for that...


  32. STRAD77
    STRAD77 on Tue 18th Feb 2014 - 5 years ago

    I like chill out tunes Orlando----Fantastic piece!----Thanks for sharing!----I here Flugal horn parts going on all over! Must downloud and play, Thanks again for a great Trk to listen to and play horn with! Keep it comeing!

    Reply by Orlando51

    Hello Strad!

    It's really a pleasure to read such a kind and positive comment! I'm really glad you enjoy this piece in your very special way. Maybe you should try to add some of your own horn parts to the mix...would be interesting to hear...if anything turns out, let me know...

    Many thanks and all the best___Orlando

  33. AoKay
    AoKay on Mon 17th Feb 2014 - 5 years ago

    This is truely beautiful, it has a great bossa nova feel to it and is genuinely relaxing to listen to.

    Reply by Orlando51

    Hello there!

    Welcome to Looperman family AoKay! I hope you will have a great time on the site by sharing your music with us.:)

    Thx alot and best wishes___Orlando

  34. surya94
    surya94 on Mon 17th Feb 2014 - 5 years ago

    a pretty neat composition uve got there.....
    favd for sure.

    Reply by Orlando51

    Welcome again Surya!

    I'm glad you like this one too and it's nice to have your kind comment.:)


  35. srbrown7
    srbrown7 on Mon 17th Feb 2014 - 5 years ago

    First off I love the title...great use of strings behind the superb guitar work...yes...folk / celtic... I could hear Maire Brennan from Clannad singing to this..bloody hell...its just plainly a top track and very professional...great elements...am in awe...contrats..


    Reply by Orlando51

    Many thanks Steve!

    It's really a very special honour to receive such a positive feedback from a top class musician like you!

    All the best___Orlando

  36. macart52
    macart52 on Mon 17th Feb 2014 - 5 years ago

    I think this song is awesome. Great workmanship.

    Reply by Orlando51

    Tbx alot Macart...much appreciated!:)

    All the best___Orlando

  37. danke
    danke on Sun 16th Feb 2014 - 5 years ago


    I came back to listen this 'living legend' one...I would like to show you the Hungarian band1s track...the band is called Quimby and the title is 'Auto egy szerpentinen'...here you can find, hope you'll enjoy it...



    Reply by Orlando51

    Hey Danke!...great for coming back:)

    Yaaa, this is one really cool band with great songs (listened to more of them) Relaxed flow of the song has convinced me, and particulary the violin interplay is simply fabulous. If I'm not wrong the Hungarians are very well known as masterful violin players. (I should hide somewhere in some corner..hahaha).

    Thank you kindly for posting this link and see you around soon...


  38. johnnyproducing
    johnnyproducing on Sun 16th Feb 2014 - 5 years ago

    Fantastic track, just what I needed right now ;)
    Sweet guitar in here combined with the sweeping strings, piano and percussion make up for a really good track. Thanks for sharing this with us Orlando ;)

    Greetings john

    Reply by Orlando51

    Thx alot John! Your kind comment is very precious to me!:)


  39. radioilluminati
    radioilluminati on Sun 16th Feb 2014 - 5 years ago

    Nice work.

    Reply by Orlando51

    Thanks alot!:)


  40. crucethus
    crucethus on Sun 16th Feb 2014 - 5 years ago

    Ahh your great tune title reminded me of this great cover...
    Had to listen to this again as it really is brilliant.

    Reply by Orlando51

    Welcome back Steve and thx!

    Although I can't find much resemblance (well, maybe a little bit in the chorus and the title itself)I must say I used to listen to Ultravox quite alot in the past. I remember beautiful "Vienna" and the long intro to "Visions In Blue" is still one of the most memorable favourites of mine...here it is...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qpkasPwAtrQ

    Thx for bringing memories back:)


  41. dylren1
    dylren1 on Fri 14th Feb 2014 - 5 years ago

    Can I use this in a project? it is wonderful!

    Reply by Orlando51

    I'm glad you like it!:^^... What kind of project you have in mind? Maybe you can send me some more information in a private message, or even here if you like it. We can talk about it.:)


  42. serpico123
    serpico123 on Fri 14th Feb 2014 - 5 years ago

    Great tune!

    Reply by Orlando51

    Welcome to Looperman family Serpico, and thx for taking the tome to listen and comment...much appreciated!


  43. crucethus
    crucethus on Fri 14th Feb 2014 - 5 years ago

    Strings almost have a moody Blues nights in white satin feel to them, beautiful guitar, you now need a soprano to sing over this. awesome work!

    Reply by Orlando51

    ..anyone with soprano vocals around here?...^^

    ...nope?...I will have to ask Justin Hayward ...^^

  44. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Thu 13th Feb 2014 - 5 years ago

    I'm really enjoying listening to this collaborative effort! Ed is a fantastic musician, and I see that you are as well! This is a really relaxing journey you're taking me on, so thank you for that! I'd like to play this on my show on loopradio.net if that's okay? Very much a fave! Thanks for the DL!

    Reply by Orlando51

    Hello Spivkurl!!

    As far as I'm concerned you are most welcome to play this on your radio show and I'm 100% sure Ed would have no objections either, so I can guarantee you a big YES from both of us...afterall this is a big honour!...also many thanks for positive feedback...much appreciated!

    Wish you lots of fun with your radio show___Orlando

  45. TheLord
    TheLord on Thu 13th Feb 2014 - 5 years ago

    Listening ti this, I feel even more encouraged to get my act together and produce my own songs - swamped in raw material and a pestering brother wit his Takamine wanting to start composing.

    This peace is very mellow and reminds me a lot of Chris Rea - perfect beach chillin' music - well done mate!



    Reply by Orlando51

    Welcome to Looperman family, George! I hope you will fully enjoy the site and it's benefits...

    Ofcourse, many thanks for your positive comment and for taking a time to listen...much appreciated!:)

    All the best and cya around___Orlando

  46. Cestevens1783
    Cestevens1783 on Wed 12th Feb 2014 - 5 years ago

    Goodness, this really is beautiful. The intro is amazing, I love it, then just sweeps you away from there. Kudos to all involved, its wonderful.

    Reply by Orlando51

    Hi sweetie:)

    Your kind comment means a lot to both of us...thx alot, much appreciated!:)


  47. danke
    danke on Tue 11th Feb 2014 - 5 years ago

    Hey Orlando!

    First of all, Slovenija is my family's greatest country...next summer we go to take a holiday in your fabulous nation...:-) we love the nature, the safety and the calm mood over there and not just the people's friendliness...we love SLOVENIJA...

    that was the intro...but I can't say more from that song which is simply the best for me in this site, nowadays...sad but hopeful...thanx for sharing with us, hope all is well, Danke

    Reply by Orlando51

    Heyyy Danke!!

    I've been missing you lately (I hope all is well)!
    Yeah...we are neighbours, which is nice, so it seems proper to pay each other a visit from time to time.:) I've been in Hungary for holidays when I was about 14 years old. I remember beautiful Budapest and Balaton lake and one of the most hilarious moments I can remember...in a restaurant at Balaton I ordered "vienna steak" and the waiter who obviously wasn't familiar with english, nor german language, after some consultation with other personel, brought me a big onion on the plate..hahahha....I will never forget that.:)

    Now back to music...don't bother if you can't find enough words for it. When you say that it's something the best for you, then this is a compliment par excellence which needs no further words. I feel honoured...

    Stay well , my friend and see you around soon...


  48. clindsay
    clindsay on Tue 11th Feb 2014 - 5 years ago

    Absolutely beautiful - I love your instrumentation - nothing is wasted or superfluous. Brilliant yet disciplined and unpretentious.

    Great soundtrack potential and a pleasure to hear. Keep them coming.

    Reply by Orlando51

    Dear Clindsay!

    It's really a pleasure and honour to recieve such a positive feedback...means alot to me:)

    With appreciation___Orlando

  49. rowandigital4u
    rowandigital4u on Tue 11th Feb 2014 - 5 years ago

    pretty neat. thanks for sharing

    Reply by Orlando51

    Thx alot for taking time to listen and comment!:)


  50. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Tue 11th Feb 2014 - 5 years ago

    The intro reminded me of some sort of 80s synth funk.

    It actually seems a little disconnected from intro number 2, which is the rather lovely acoustic guitar.

    I like the woodblock-like snare substitute that comes in with the drums.

    Then the strings are nice and swirling.

    Bass is subtle but blends really well with the guitar and some of those gentle back-of-the-fingers pulls across the strings (my favourite aspect of the guitar playing).

    3:26 I wasn't keen on the change in drums. Not sure why - maybe the transition just isn't quite smooth enough.

    But great work overall containing a lot of beauty and grace.

    Reply by Orlando51

    I much appreciate your comprehensive and honest review!:)

    All the best___Orlando

  51. valepena
    valepena on Mon 10th Feb 2014 - 5 years ago

    wuuuuu yeaah!!!!!

    Reply by Orlando51

    Ahh...finaly some genuine latino temperament:)^^

    Muchas gracias amigo!:)


  52. GoldenOokami
    GoldenOokami on Mon 10th Feb 2014 - 5 years ago

    Amazing work! The intro was capturing to me, for it was different. When everything comes together, a masterpiece happens. The bassline is very VERY gentle, which is a mystery to how that worked the way it did. This is a very soft and gentle track, which is incredible to me. Amazing work with the collab!


    Reply by Orlando51

    Welcome, Ookami!

    It's really nice to know that the intro grabbed your attention!
    I always tend to do things a bit different and I really appreciate when people are positive about that.
    Thanks alot for the great feedback!


  53. ShortBusMusic
    ShortBusMusic on Mon 10th Feb 2014 - 5 years ago

    Just to echo the others, there is nothing to critique here...this one is ready for a film!!! It has a Celtic feel to it, maybe because of the haunting violin.

    Beautiful piano work throughout as well.

    Everything is spot on.

    God what a beautiful piece of music Orlando, from start to finish. Absolutely flawless like a 20ct. diamond.

    Beautiful, simply beautiful. I hope all is well.


    Reply by Orlando51

    Hi Bear!

    Many thanks for your phenomenal and generous comment! You just have to read the newly written description to fully discover what is that Celtic feel all about!:)

    Best wishes___Orlando

  54. larrywiggles1
    larrywiggles1 on Mon 10th Feb 2014 - 5 years ago

    Hi Orlando,

    Once again a beautiful piece of work my friend, piano, guitar and strings blending so well and from start to finish you had me hooked. Chill out at its very best and thanks for bringing a big smile to my face.
    Very best wishes,

    Reply by Orlando51

    Hi again Mark!

    Your comments are always most welcome!:)I'm so glad you liked it alot. I'm sure this one would be nice for your loopradio transmissions.:)

    Thanks and all the best___Orlando

  55. mrwolf14
    mrwolf14 on Mon 10th Feb 2014 - 5 years ago

    Nothing to regret here Orlando!
    One of the finest compositions I have heard.
    Your guitar does a wonderful job.
    Ciao, Domenico

    Reply by Orlando51

    Ciao Domenico!

    Thx alot again for listening and generously commenting, but here's Ed's acoustic guitar in action...not mine (you can read the new description of a title).:)

    Best wishes___Orlando

  56. sasan
    sasan on Mon 10th Feb 2014 - 5 years ago

    best song

    Reply by Orlando51

    Thx for listening and appreciating it that much!:)


  57. kerouac
    kerouac on Mon 10th Feb 2014 - 5 years ago


    Reply by Orlando51

    Thx Kerouac...very generous words!:)

    All the best___Orlando

  58. Prelude
    Prelude on Mon 10th Feb 2014 - 5 years ago

    indeed beautifull .
    a romantic dance of guitar and violin .
    just some where in the middle them changes in a strange way
    for a while that disconnected me .
    if i ignore that rough snap change , this was a jewel .
    i love your musical flavour in this.

    Reply by Orlando51

    Hi prelude!

    First of all many thanks for taking a listen and posting an overall positive comment!
    About that disturbing moment...I'm sure you have in mind a short jazzy-like interplay which takes off at 2:23 and changes the tempo and mood a bit. Well, it all depends of a personal preference. I'm completely fine with it, cause it brings some contrast, dynamics and variety within the composition. But ofcourse I completely understand many listeners might feel detracted from enjoying the main flow of the music. Otherwise I still stand on the principle that art has to be bold (or even a bit off the wall sometimes) to broaden the boundaries.
    All the best___Orlando

  59. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Mon 10th Feb 2014 - 5 years ago

    Hot dam....you lift everything up into the clouds...and while it may seem simple, those special touches you bring to the mix are just the ticket Orlando...love the violin of course...but the piano parts are a great touch (you should do more of that)...and the seashore effects at the intro & outro set the scene...I`m sitting here with a great big smile on my face...you are a thoughtful musician and a fine talent..You should be proud of tyhis one....I am......Ed (havent forgot about those tracks...just have to find time to finish things a bit & uncertain about what might work)

    Reply by Orlando51

    Haaa...Ed!! I was just packing myself to bed, when I noticed you came around....will talk to you on e-mail(not here).^^
    But anyway..I have to say big thank you for your great feedback..you made my nighttime happy as it can get!:)
    Talk to you soon, soon, soon...


  60. deciBel
    deciBel on Sun 9th Feb 2014 - 5 years ago

    another nice track from U Orlando ,seems I'e had this chance to be the first who discovers this . I suggest U write as description (hahaha so coool U've writen)that hey loopermates , I'm Orlando & more tallented than what looperman still has discovered about me ...personalY I'm convinced U are .
    great respects & as U say hat's off my friend.___Behnam

    Reply by Orlando51

    Thanks alot again Behnam...the description will be there in a day or two (I know ..it's a bit mysterious..:))..so stay in touch...

    All the best___Orlando

  61. Baggadub
    Baggadub on Sun 9th Feb 2014 - 5 years ago

    Hi Orlando.. I just listen through all your tracks and they were all fantastic, You should write film music cos all the tracks sounds just like film music.. Really great.. Keep up the good work..


    Reply by Orlando51

    Tjena, Peter!;)

    My special thanks to you for listening to all my tracks...I'm really honoured...this is rare occasion!

    Yeah I gues I'm a bit of a movie guy...:)

    All the best___Orlando

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Description : Thanks guys for all the support!! I have more material coming soon!!!

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Description : Many of you know well that Tumbleweed & Orlando collabs are pretty much well established tradition within LM society by now, and here is the newest example to reinforce that tradition. It's probably the last this year (yet never take it for granted) and I think it has (although not particularly intended) a bit of that seasonal celebrative nature, thus fitting quite well into this festive feel of December. Despite providing it's share of melancholic tones (you can bet who is responsible...haha...) it's a quite happy tune overall...and it doesn't bite, so you're all most welcome to listen and comment !... As always my sincere thanks to Ed !

Tags : | Chill Out | 6.11 MB | Cubase

Description : chill guitars

Description : Another track I created quickly after hearing Minor2Go acoustic Guitar loop yesterday 7-19-2018.
Time to relax your mind!

Minor2GO guitars-unlimited-summer-sun-75bpm-pop-acoustic-guitar-loop

Tags : | Chill Out | 4.45 MB

Description : a song about that special moment when the day is almost over and the night hasn't yet begun and the sunset baths the world around you in red light..... it is a song about freedom ..... usually I never say that, but this one is almost perfect ...... peace, rei

Description : Fellow looper TRE24 also known as T2 offered this chill hip-hop beat for collaboration purposes. Somehow it grabbed my attention although I've never been involved in anything hip hop based and so I decided to do my take on this one with probably totaly un-hip-hopish approach by smuggling in some quite classic orlandesque material...but it was quite fun making it...All my thanks to T2...:)

Description : I was inspired by 2 looperman loops created today and came up with this track. Thanks to the following:

Pad loop by Minor2Go

Drums by SushiBawa -

Description : The spring is in full motion over here and I guess it helped me quite a bit to complete my part of the job on yet another exciting collab with maestro Tumbleweed. Most of our collab works contain at least some aspect which demonstrates something out of ordinary one or another way. This time we got a peculiar combination of mysticism and merciless attacks of soapiness (my bad....haha)....So let's listen to hear whether I'm right or not!....:) As always on such occasions, all my thanks to Ed !

Description : So much better than the original, check it out if you like smokin' music, enjoy!

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