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FREE WILL (I CRY)
Sometimes the journey, is not finding the answers
but searching through the darkness, with all your might
trying to find a way unto the Light!
I don't know where I'm going, only where I've been
The wrong that I've committed, the down-right out sin
The women I've Loved, the friends I've hurt
I've taken my good-name, and covered it in dirt
Now my existence is a very, very lonely one
Seeking out answers alone, ain't never, never fun
but, I remember back on a day, when every thing was O.K.
Someone there to light my way...
Her smile was so amazing, Her eyes Oh how they glowed
And I was so impressed, I was so impressed by the Love she showed
But like a fool...I let her go....why I let her go, why I let her go
Even to this day I don't know, but, there's one thing I do know
I cried...I cried, cried, cried, cried, cried, cried
You see, man not meant to be lone, to carry a burden on his own,
We were meant to be at Peace, in Love and Harmony
An there's nothing better, nothing better than the Love of a Woman
And like a Fool, I set mine free....And every day I fall down on my knees
And I ask the LORD, I ask the LORD, tell me why?..tell me why?
Then a picture snapped in my mind, what if it was me?
What if it was a gift, I didn't see...What if I played the Fool?
and let her go being cruel, How can I honestly get on my knees
and ask my Savior, please...bring her back to me, when I was the Fool
that set her free? Maybe, it's part of his plan, Maybe, I'm just a
simple man, and all of this was meant to be....
So, I cry...I cry..IIIIII, Like the rain falling from the sky,
I let the water fall from my eyes....
Description : The basic play by Cody Tripp, the idea by mnk66, the rest - by me.
Description : 3 string fretless cigar box guitar blues done for Ghost of a guitar art 3 string electric cigar box guitar, 5 string bass see them here http://imgur.com/gallery/ugZL2 and addictive drums.
Description : One another guy who ordered this track then didn't pay and doesn't respond to my messages.
Boogie crossover (its just a fragment), every instrument is performed and recorder live. Piano, double bass, drums.
Almost 8 hours of work.
Description : My friend, fellow musician, and all around great guy Mark Ratcliffe approached me about doing a blues tune and I jumped at the chance to work with Mark again. He's got a great voice for the blues....I once described it as a mixture of gin, cigarette smoke, and ministry. He sings the blues like he's been there and that is the way it should be done.
This tune sounds like a live recording....like we were there with Muddy Waters and the boys and I love the feel of this one. Mark Ratcliffe - vocals, lyrics, lead guitar, drums, bass, harmonica. Barry Morgan - rhythm guitars, organ, horns. No animals or cops were harmed in the production of this. A huge thanks to Mark for providing the talent (he also mixed and mastered it). I hope you all enjoy listening to it as much as we did making it.
You can find more of Mark's work here:
Description : Of all the classic Monster tales the Wolfman is definitely one of the saddest. Cursed, and destined to live as both man and monster. During the day he sits alone with his guitar, a prisoner of lonely existence, crying his heart out through his music. Then at night, the beast emerges, and in the dark under a full moon, he cry's as he rips the hearts out of his victims! Such is the life of a cursed bluesman!
Description : A gentle, reflective and beautiful shuffle blues piece featuring one of my best ever electric guitar solos (for about half of it). Also has bass guitar, synth bass, two programmed acoustic drum kits, two types of sample-based sitars, a heavenly pad and a distinctive main string part. Special, text-based prizes to be awarded to the best comments!
Description : A Halloween track inspired by the classic story of Robert Johnson and his infamous deal with the Devil in Clarksdale, Mississippi in 1930. He supposedly met the devil at the crossroads where US highway 49 crosses US highway 61. Afterward his ability was seemingly transformed overnight to the amazement of everyone who knew him. He went on to become a Mississippi Blues legend. However, his fame was short lived. A mere eight years later the Devil returned to make good on the deal.
Description : This is a tune dedicated to my friend, Nancy, who followed me to the clubs I played at for years, and is still following me with my studio work. Why do I dedicate this to her? Onnacounta cause she's soooooo naughty! She never liked violins, but loved her sax! Here's to you, Nancy. Anyway, this is a little blues track with some nice guitar and sex...oh, sorry, I mean sax.
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Description : Just some fun instrumental sliding in open G, GDG, on The Lone Rider fretless 3 string guitar. Rythym played using a ceramic slide by Evolution stoneware, lead using a Mojoboneworks bone/wood slide, both handcrafted as well as the guitar. Been a while, good to be back B-)
Description : A comfortable rhythm, simple yet incisive. Contains a loop from GuitarGuru plus a number of Sony Music Studio loops. I hope you enjoy it.
Description : Felt like doing a Bluesy track. Getting used to working with Addictive Drums. Still have a lot to learn. Reviews and comments, as always, are welcomed. Drums: Addictive Drums Guitars and Bass:myself
Description : Homemade 3 string fretless cigar box guitar, 5 string bass, addictive drums. Getting closer to that cbg album completion, 'Vastlands' :D mix may need tweaking, these headphones add bass. Try and stay dry in that cave, but be careful, you never know what lurks in the darkness behind!! Very pink floyd like,. Enjoy.
Description : I've been recording/playing alot of downtempo clean tone stuff so thought it's about time for something a bit more upbeat. Played on my 3 string fretless Lone Rider homemade guitar with a wine bottle neck slide By J. Ross Guitars, Boneshaker 2 string cigar box bass, addictive drums. Love it or hate it, I'm having way too much fun and that's what counts :D
Description : Cosmic Eastern chillout atmospheric shuffle blues with loads of bluesy/Eastern electric guitar playing and warm sub bass (the same synth patch I've used in about 20 tracks). No drum loops and just two programmed acoustic kits - probably the simplest drum setup I've ever used. One day I hope to make a track containing only one drum kit. Also: a few female vocal samples (including a heavily timestretched one), one section of bass guitar, a few sample-based string instruments, a few notes of organ and two synth pad instruments. So, quite a minimal instrument lineup for me. It goes uptempo around 4:31 into a grooving, stomping bit of shuffle blues and I wonder if I should have brought this section back at the end for a triumphant finale. But I'm trying hard these days not to make things too long and this is already a decent length. Also contains some darker, Eastern sections but nothing too dark. Have a listen and leave me some interesting feedback - the more detail, the better.
Description : Been away for a while. I am doing something I usually don't do with this one. Here is a blues track I put together in a day. It features everything being done by me, with improvised solos for each instrument. This was done using Fl Studio 12 and my Korg M50 keyboard. I plan on adding lyrics to it down the road and having everything much cleaner. Anyhow, enjoy!
Which Solo did you guys like best?
2:18 Guitar Solo
3:57 Piano Solo
5:34 Synth Solo
7:13 Bass Solo