7th Nov 2015 23:38 - 8 years ago
Description : I had a lot of fun recording my last folk song, so I thought I'd take a stab at recording another one. This time I limited myself to 2 for all my vocals and instruments (guitar, piano, ukulele and organ). Enjoy the song and leave a comment letting me know your thoughts :)

Comments (21)

If you have time take a listen and give toastedavalanche some feedback.

APDavid 15th Sep 2022 23:28 - 1 year ago
great :)
spearcarrier 1st Nov 2020 08:45 - 3 years ago
Oh what an excellent sound. Glad I came across it.
shangolin 30th Jun 2020 04:46 - 4 years ago
barakns 9th Jan 2019 05:25 - 5 years ago
paniz 2nd Jan 2018 08:14 - 6 years ago
deathdealer1331 5th Sep 2017 17:18 - 6 years ago
great work
devouredinthelight 15th Feb 2017 10:10 - 7 years ago
TheOddHead 18th Jul 2016 14:09 - 8 years ago
pretty cool song, keep up dat work :)
Joaxmaster 8th May 2016 01:57 - 8 years ago
Really nice song!
Viggy123 9th Feb 2016 10:26 - 8 years ago
CharlieMandry11 4th Feb 2016 14:59 - 8 years ago
Rhodesy 15th Nov 2015 14:59 - 8 years ago
A real joy to my ears after what ive been listening to lately.Exquisite.
SecretSam123 15th Nov 2015 10:50 - 8 years ago
Sounds like it should be in the True Detective series 1!

Good work bro!
Diskonnect 12th Nov 2015 02:03 - 8 years ago
This is awesome man, caught my attention right from the start till the end. I really want to remix this, is there any way I can get the stems off you? Well done!
toastedavalanche replied 12th Nov 2015 - 8 years ago
Sure man. Drop me an email at:
Orlando51 10th Nov 2015 19:08 - 8 years ago
Wonderful...I enjoyed this immensely! Thanks for sharing!

Danke 9th Nov 2015 07:37 - 8 years ago
Brilliant instrumentalism with your unique voice...this is a soaring track with soundtrack attitude (for me)...great western feeling with lots of dust and gunpowder...:-)

Hats off, Danke
toastedavalanche replied 11th Nov 2015 - 8 years ago
Gotta love a good western. Thank you ver much!

yuvski 9th Nov 2015 02:37 - 8 years ago
very nice! really like it.
toastedavalanche replied 11th Nov 2015 - 8 years ago
Thank you very much sir!

Emolyte 9th Nov 2015 01:18 - 8 years ago
wow. Another fav added, cuz this is great
toastedavalanche replied 11th Nov 2015 - 8 years ago
Thank you. That's very much appreciated. I still get that stab of unease whenever I upload a track. So it's good to know that people enjoy it :)

Burtsbluesboxes 8th Nov 2015 16:03 - 8 years ago
WOW 2 tracks!! Overwhelming, I mean what are you going to do with all those LOL! Can you play ukulele like this? 3:D> Muhahahaha!! Still waiting for your duet with Joan Baez ;) Well done TA, I love folk.
toastedavalanche replied 8th Nov 2015 - 8 years ago
Yeah, I meant to write two takes for each instrument. But I was so tired that the only thing I could proof read were the Z's spewing from my mouth.
Alas, I cannot play ukulele like that. I had to sacrifice a field of goats and half my family just so I can use Ableton with reasonable efficiency. I fear if I invest more of my resources in into improving my musical talent, I will have no one left to play to!

SubChief 8th Nov 2015 15:56 - 8 years ago
Oh man, I love the groove on this track! Its such a good flow and your different tracks really mesh well together. Nice job man!
toastedavalanche replied 8th Nov 2015 - 8 years ago
Thank you!. I love the fact that you loved the groove :D

SeriouslyJoking 8th Nov 2015 01:06 - 8 years ago
I would like to rearrange the last sentence "Out into the blue?" to sound more as and with the same pace as the guitar in the beginning (00:09), maybe just a tone below.
Just a thought.
Really liked this song. Great change-ups.

Cheers/ SJ =)

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14th Mar 2023 13:52 - 1 year ago
Description : Update Nov 11.: Mastered
Many might be surprised to hear music here that lies somewhere between chanson and folk.
We wanted to write a song that wasn't dominated by synth or electric sounds. The text was written by Claudia Boekels, the music largely by Angelica Schwanitz and to a lesser extent by Manuela Boekels.

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23rd Mar 2018 21:31 - 6 years ago
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Description : Another simple track... Wonder if my genre selection fits for the tune. :)
Electric guitars by me, every other samples are from the site only. Applied loops :

YAPPY: 1172494-0086059 (Art of misery part1 flute 85bpm), 1172494-0086060 (Art of misery part 2 flute 85bpm),
SWG: 0045720-0001359 (SWG_Rock_Basic_120),
DANKE: 0671112-0066529 (Chill drum),
HAIDARJASEM: 1154425-0083657 (Me gusta),
MWRATRIDGE: 0631933-0052898 (Grinding Bassy Groove),
MEGAPAUL: 0448131-0061613 (Doom Pale Moon 120bpm Bass Guitar),
CENTRIST: 0079105-0059391 (Olympus - Chorus 2).
2nd Jan 2015 18:57 - 9 years ago
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Description : This is a country/folk track in a genre I don't do much, so I thought I'd give it a go. It also has some instruments I don't use much, namely the banjo, mandolin and fiddle. I got the title from a movie I saw a few months ago. Hope you enjoy, Scott.
7th Jul 2015 20:21 - 9 years ago
Description : I wanted to do something different like i do normaly. And I think that I was successful.
A -drum ´n chill folk song-. A kind of hippie music in colorful garb of the modern era.
At the end of the track there is a bonus.
Something in the way of bonfire music.
Only minor2go with guitar and I sing all alone at ......................................................................................................
feat - minor2go on guitar - EpicRecord on drums - thegibZy on drums -
9th Dec 2019 11:00 - 4 years ago
Description : A folk rock ballad done in 3/4 time.
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3rd Nov 2021 18:28 - 2 years ago
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Description : Guitars only
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15th Mar 2018 23:37 - 6 years ago
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Description : Another song I just finished remixing. My dad recorded this in 1994 for his dad. Really enjoyed this one. RIP grandpa.
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30th Oct 2020 20:35 - 3 years ago
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Description : This is a track I'm working on. I have the sounds I want in it. I'm trying to learn how to master things. I welcome your input on how it can be improved. Please.

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13th Oct 2015 23:14 - 8 years ago
Description : My Dad found his old 8-track recorder. I think he was going to ask me if I was interested, but I was already half way to my room with it and a new song forming in my head.
This track is more of a straight-forward folk song. The opening is completely recorded on the 8-track, so it's a bit more lo-fi. Then the track kind of opens up into a cleaner chorus. I hope you enjoy my little experiment.