Description : The title says it all. Here is the tune to play when you want to ready yourself for the day ahead or mellow out for the evening. You decide.
Description : Stripped down tune. Piano only.
Description : Here is the second of the jazzier tracks. I hope everyone finds this to be as relaxing as I do.
Description : I thought I'd do something jazzier so here is one of a pair to listen too for mellower times.
Description : A rock and roll number with a determined beat.
Description : Winter is here and I'm getting my cold weather clothing out. I call it "My Viking Outfit" The most important parts are my Furry Boots. Here is a warm and heavy take on walking in the snow.
Description : Very mellow violin piece. Cinematic. A little bit epic.
Description : Imagine walking the deck of a wooden sailing ship. I hear the ship has got two fiddlers on her. Darkness falls and with the steady breeze to our backs, we settle down for some entertainment. We climb down into the hold and sit on the cargo to listen.
Description : My spanish guitars over a catchy beat that you have to be made of stone to not move to.
Description : Look upon dark dancing figures as they shuffle and spin in the sand around the blazing bon fire. The pounding rhythm of drums from the shadows drives the dancers. The ocean beyond sparkles diamond like in the light of the full moon.
Description : This is a remix of the salute I did for our own Eshar. She graciously made spoken lyrics for it. It was a pleasure to work with such fine vocals. And now for your listening pleasure, here is Firey Bird ft Eshar.
Description : Here's another piece of Mighty Moke Music, created in the dead of night by candle light. A big thanks to sixfingermusic for the menacing synth loops he made. I don't remember who I got the bubbly loop from but "thanks dude".
Description : This is track one of my salute to MrE. Track one came out a bit on the intense side so, for the first time, I also made a second track from his loops called the "MrE Shuffle". They wound up similar but, as usual, I'm not sure in what genre to put them.
Description : This is the second track of "The Mystery Man", my salute to MrE.
Description : Here is my salute to bilbozo. I only added 6 loops (mostly drums) to the butt load of bilbozo's wonderful guitar chopps. There was enough loops left over to make more than one more track but, being off my meds has me movin on..
Description : This is my salute to Donnie Vyros aka Deck_Hed aka Blown_Tranny. I used 11 of his loops. I'm not sure if it turned out the way it did because of my listening to In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida or just because it was what I heard in the loops. Anywho, here it is. I hope y'all enjoy it.
Description : This is my salute to the Frist Lady of the Loops, Eshar. I used 10 of her loops & 3 of my own. I hope you all like it. So my hat's off to you Elaine.
Description : This is my salute to Sixfingermusic. I used 4 of his guitar loops & some other bits and pieces I had collected from here and there. I just hope I didn't get too industrial with this. So Six, this one is for you.
Description : I got to rooting around in a file called "ethnic". Here's what I came up with. Again my A.A.D kicks in & I'm off to do something else. This was fun to make. Hope you like listening.
Description : Thanks to eno88 for the inspiration & most of the loops for this. It's a blistering 160bpm and I guaranteed it will make you want to bop along. HCM is great in headphones, better in big speakers & must be played LOUD!
Description : I have fixed the volume. Here it is. Thanks.
Description : This is a "bootleg" recording of Mokeone doing 'Going Wild' live. I couldn't wait for the concert so I...well listen & tell me what you think of it. Can I get in trouble for bootlegging my own stuff?
Description : Here's another DonnieVyros challenge. He started this with Battlecry (pt1). I added the middle & ending. If this challenging habit of his is catching, maybe he should call himself DonnieVyrus. lol!! I hope this meets with the emperor's approval.
Description : This is the very first track I did. I had no idea what I was doing but that didn't stop me. It was done in Music Maker 7. I was recovering from a triple bypass when my brother gave me MM7. That's how I got hooked on loops. I hope everyone enjoys it.
Description : While thumbing through a list of musical genres, I thought I'd give House a try. Please give it a listen & tell me how I did. Does anyone know where to find a detailed description of all genres? So many sound alike to me. Many thanks in advance.