Tags : | Chill Out | 9.16 MB

Description : I can't believe I never shared this track with this community. In the first half of last year, before I met Sunny War and started recording with her in December, I recorded an album called "Woman" with Lisagaye Tomlinson, an old friend from Florida days (we both live in L.A. now). All my songs, orchestrated entirely from loops from this site, with Lisagaye providing the vocals. When we finished last summer, for some reason I just sat on the album and did nothing. Then I met Sunny. Was just listening to these and really liking them. So I'd like to get some feedback from you guys! This particular song came out of an experience when I was driving up to San Francisco at 3 a.m., and the words "just let it go" welled up from inside of me three times and left me in tears. Yes, it's so classically spiritual it's almost funny. I think it came from my Mom's spirit. Or just from my own need to - after divorce, losing everything, and so on and so - just let it the f*ck go. I was so much more at peace after that experience, and so of course I had to turn it into a song. Still brings tears.

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  1. BLEEP
    BLEEP on Fri 16th Jun 2017 - 2 years ago

    nice track with a dark atmosphere. i like the orchestral aspect with the instrumental part. I like the contrast of the voice which is sometimes soft sometimes strong.

    good work here

    Bleep

    CitizenMofo
    Reply by CitizenMofo

    Thank you, Bleep. I love your comment, and I also love your name. And also your avatar is pretty cool.

  2. crucethus
    crucethus on Fri 16th Jun 2017 - 2 years ago

    So.... a big wow, musically and artistically. You were able to bring across the pain and confusion brilliantly in the music. So the strings were developing and becoming more and more dissonant, I kept thinking I hope he clarifies it with a defined key towards the end (A happy ending I guess), but what you did was to minimize it again around 1:48 and bring it back down to the string plucks, which works just as well. It tells me musically your not over this one, but your trying desperately to break free from the pain that your relationship had caused you. And so musically your not ready to let go in a joyful way yet.
    great work. Awesome vox and harmonies.
    Cru

    CitizenMofo
    Reply by CitizenMofo

    Thanks, Cru, your reading of the song is actually more brilliant than the song, and it taught me some things about the song, which is way cool. We don't know really know why we do these things, I guess, when we do them, so your insight is very helpful for me to hear the song more objectively. Also, as a writer, I'm highly trained, but in making music, I'm totally intuitive. So thank you for your thoughtful comment!

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