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Psyche's Muse-ick(a musical biography)
People mocked Jackson Pollock for 'just spattering paint onto canvas(and still do), ignoring the fact that there was a bit more to it than that; but still the end product was sometimes breathtaking. And now here's an aural version, 'musicating'...It's been hard to select just one track from those on offer - I strongly suggest you try "Twitchin'" for another angle, "Shadows" for a more melodic take - but whatever you pick, trust me, what sounds none too good at one listening might just twang a nerve at another. Dip your toe, weird water... Brian Booth
Scripturally inspired, Metaphysically inspired, Politically inspired, Compassionately inspired thoughts are put to music here... -M-
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tWITCHin' (what is my life...)
The Buddah speaketh weirdly through me. And that weirdness in my musication comes natural too. ...Ah, the "Improv"... in all its glory is naked. We just clothe it, butter and sugar it with extra stuff. -M- added to station 7/29/2013 1:56:01 PM
Improvisational 1773
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7 sEVEn 7
While this is not the actual Improv itself, the vocal medly is very nearly identical to it. The original lyrics came from the King James. I created a drum track and used some of my prose for the middle section, dubbing in some Gregorian Chanting. William played an acoustic guitar through a power amp which we then re-mic'd for the distortion effect during the beginning and middle portions of the song. added to station 5/26/2006 2:11:28 PM
World 1773
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This song came to me at William's dinner table one day. I jotted it down immediately in about five minutes. My only musical contributions were in suggestions to William during recording. We still had no electric guitars or keyboard at this time.(not an improv) added to station 5/15/2006 10:54:41 PM
Southern Rock 1773
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"... the Plan"
Bill was playing guitar and singing, "Now the serpent was more subtil than any beast of the field". As he sang this over and over I wrote the rest of the lyrics... probably took about 15 minutes. We used to call this song "Victorious Satan", but I changed the title when I catagorized it in the 'Christian/Spiritual' genre.(not an improv) added to station 7/17/2006 8:52:21 PM
Christian Southern Rock 1773
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In this song I pieced together several parts of various poems I'd written over the years. My writings tend to go together rather easily considering the subject matter. William performed beautifully as always. No keyboard or electric guitars.(not an improv) added to station 5/8/2006 4:45:30 PM
Folk/Acoustic Rock/Americana 1773
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A Medley
Our improvisational beginnings... Bill insisted that I must do something(ANYTHING! he said)... so I'll make noise with the congas a jews harp and a bass during this song from my humble beginnings. -M- added to station 4/5/2008 10:53:10 AM
Improvisation 1773
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"this" FOOL !!!!
Not an Improv! I decide to write a song describing the Fool card from the Aleister Crowley Book of Thoth Tarot Deck. This took all of ten minutes. We did an improv with me on bass and William on guitar, singing. In re-doing this song I refused to play my bass line because I knew William could do it SO MUCH better. Obviously it was the right decision. added to station 5/8/2006 4:53:05 PM
70s Rock 1773
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"thee" PHOENIX
This was our very first musical collaberation together. At this time I had yet to play any instrument. Only the words are mine. William put all the flesh on these bones! (not an improv)-M- added to station 5/8/2006 4:46:44 PM
Folk/Acoustic Rock/Americana 1773
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Apache Tear
I met Bill one evening at the home of my friend, Frank. After chatting awhile he pulls out his classical guitar and begins to play. This is the first song he performs that night. It still invokes fond memories upon listening to it. -M- added to station 4/4/2008 5:03:14 AM
Acoustic Singer/Songwriter 1773
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Death of His Highness
light from the sun, down through the clouds, into the earth and out the other side added to station 7/5/2006 1:04:08 AM
Melodic Rock 1773
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Probably my fourth, on purpose, attempt at songwriting, and this time I even "wrote" the music(vocalizing sounds to William who would then play and sing everything). We had no electric guitar or keyboard. When I later bought a Boss drum machine, Kenny Maye, performed the drum track, which he never finished. Luckily it was half way through and I was able to repeat the whole thing to complete the song. I'm sure Kenny would have made it more enjoyable if he'd finished it himself though. He's truly an excellent drummer. added to station 5/8/2006 4:45:41 PM
Classic and Progressive Rock 1773
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