Very interesting. I always wanted to know what was going to happen next, where you'd take it. I was drawn in, i got on the bus you were driving, and missed my stop, coz the sites were so intriguing, and the journey was so evocative.
Mike thanks for listening................but this was 1979 at the time I was on tour with a couple of "Disco Icons" !!! it was the end of the disco era. We had a night off in London and some friends left a drum kit and loads of percussion gear where I lived (a rehearsal/house) I just went in with a cassette recorder and tape deck and started bashing things around.....This was what came out, the guitar and synth I did in the kitchen. !!!
Its sounds awful but amusing I think. :AOK
What a trip Bub. This sounds like something a small African child might process in his mind after being kidnapped from his village and taken to a Gypsy campsite somewhere in the world where musicians were jamming. He would also have heard recorded music for the first time and this is how he was processing it all in his mind for the first time. Wild stuff for sure.:AOK
...reminded me of Art Ensemble of Chicago...
:AOK WOW Bub! What a trip!:AOK:AOK:AOK
That is some very creative and very cool stuff! I dig that open creative flow rather than fitting everything into a cookie cutter box. Always dig your stuff!!!:AOK
Whenever you post it's always fresh and exciting. From burning fret work to textured compositions and sound samples. love em all.
Took me all over the shop this one.......
...actually, the percussion stuff is what reminded me of the Art Ensemble...and they would have enjoyed it too! It would have been cool to watch you record this piece...
Was trying to figure out what stringed instrument was at the end?
Seemed to be in the mandolin range, but the fast vibrato made me think sped up guitar?
Very imaginative and cool... as would be expected