Just to let you know that our new album Black Taj is almost ready for release. We don’t pretend to know a lot about Indian music. This is just our impression inspired by the magic of India.
Thank you to all our loyal supporters, the report is in for September. This covers the months of April, June and July, which makes me wonder how much information one can gather from these reports. There were only 8 countries that reported, the USA showed the greatest interest, next was Great Britain, Ecuador, Germany, Mexico and Finland. Sweden and Canada came up behind.
The music that was played the most was “Whip Poor Will Blues” and “Moment of Peace” from the album Sahara Rose. With all the chaos in the world, it doesn’t surprise me that there are a lot of people looking for a Moment of Peace.
I’m sorry that I’m not very active on the blog but we’ve been working very hard on some new albums. It all takes time. God bless. Leslie
Once again I want to thank our loyal fans for their continued support. This month we only covered 12 different countries compared to the 28 countries that listened to us last month. However, not all the companies reported. There was nothing from Deezer who tends to be sporadic in their reporting. Last month Spain and France (then Argentina and the Netherlands) showed the greatest interest in our music.
This month it was the USA, Great Britain and the Netherlands. The piece of music that was listened to the most was Midnight in Manaus from the album Manaus Where Two Rivers Meet. I’m not surprised because it is one of my favourites too.
The results are in for the month of July. Again, I want to thank our loyal followers for their continued support. Sales are up and the streaming was amazing. We are being followed from over 28 different countries. The song that got the most hits was “Moment of Peace” from the album Sahara Rose. In this “tossy turvey” world of ours we are all looking for a Moment of Peace. God bless and don’t forget to check out the music from the albums below.
The creation of music requires a certain amount of continuity. You want the rhythm to be felt right in your chest. The base comes in to touch the edges then the melody peeps through. Don’t forget to check out the music at the bottom of the page by clicking on the album cover.
I have two new pieces of music for the next album. Work is slow in the lazy, hazy days of summer. It is hard to stay focused when the weather is so nice.
Like writing a book, the creation of music is time consuming and lonely undertaking. You can spend hours working on a project and come back the next day to find that it just doesn’t sound right. Music is subjective and at some point it takes on a life of its own.
Just to let you know that although summer’s coming up, we are working on a new album. We’ll keep you posted.