Description : Adele's Hello geared towards my folk style
Description : What happens when a short but hypnotic celtic intro turns into something completely different? The most noteworthy collaborator on this track (yeah you guessed, it's Tumbleweed) answered correctly to this question! A newly patented musical genre is what happens...yes..."SlovenianCelticCowboyMusic" is born. Sometimes we just have to cut off from being too serious...The version presented here has been carefully chosen from 4856 or so mixes...
As always all thanks to my dear friend Ed who makes such wonders possible to happen.....
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).
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 :)
Description : I was told to do a better description this time. Blast you, Dr. Evil! You know descriptions are my one weakness!
I just couldn't get this one to sound right but Micky added accompaniment that sounds great. All music is by him. This song is the 1st modernized song I know of using Mohegan language.
Translations are in the lyrics.
Please do let us know what you think about it, and if you are now afraid of zombie children in meadows.
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.
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 -
Description : Kindofa '60s work song. Another song from my collab with Sunny War. This is the first song on our album HELP which we should get done this month. This song started with looperman-l-0498019-0072501-tumbleweed-90-g-slow-train-rhythm, a great rhythm guitar riff; the song just emerged out of it without effort. Props to Tumbleweed and his great guitar loops which I have often used. Then there were three other loops, drum, piano and lead guitar. Sunny replaced the guitar loops with her acoustic picking, using Tumbleweed's loop as the inspiration. The drum and piano loops remain: looperman-l-1703213-0101854-deathsquadktown-1994-inspired-hip-hop-drum-beat 90, looperman-l-0592478-0101770-designedimpression-piano-loop-will-power-94 g. Thank you, loopers! Feedback please!
Description : A folk rock ballad done in 3/4 time.
I am performing all guitars, vocals, bass, shaker and tambourine. Drums and French horns written in MIDI. 2 Apple percussion loops used.
Description : Singer-Songwriter, Folk, Piano, Indie
Description : 3 string cookie tin guitar jam with Snowflake's spoken word. Will put together an album of cigar box guitar music for free download soon. License - May We Join Hands? by snowflake (c) copyright 2013 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/snowflake/43328 The rythym backing guitar is available in loop section, enjoy :D
Description : The story of "Heer & Ranjha" is kind of an Indian version of "Romeo & Juliet" ....
while listening to this song try to imagine the scenario where "Heer" (Juliet) is dying next to "Ranjha" (Romeo)
Description : Start the new year off with a folk song about a train, a song about taking the long way home. This one is for Stobe the Hobo, RIP.
Description : Totally different story here as I wondered if I manage to capture the real feel of the genuine folk music which I love as much as the electronic one. I also added some classical twist like oboe or short cellos arpeggio. Very basic arrangement though, still feel more confident with pure electronic sounds.
Description : indie/folk, I guess :P
Description : Merry Christmas!!