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.
Our first album “Sahara Rose” was released in November of 2013 and since then we have released a total of four albums. That would be 1. Sahara Rose ( November 6, 2013), 2. Monkey of Sousse ( January 04, 2014), 3.Osaka Time ( February 15, 2014) 4.Manaus Where Two Rivers Meet ( April 30, 2014). At the end of each month we get a report about sales and streaming of our music from our distributor. It is so interesting to see the interest in our music from all over the world. I just want to thank all our loyal supporters and promise that we will continue to bend your mind and thoughts with our music. Salut.
Every Sunday I have a regular gig with some 1500 souls at the Sunday evening Mass. I love the music and I’m thinking how I can weave it into some jazz.
We tend to measure our lives in decades but maybe we should take a note from music and consider the circles of fifths. We may have ten fingers and toes but there are only five digets on each limb.
Sharps or flats? What is better? Of course one could always play in the key of C Major.
Sometimes my timing is all out and that can lead to wrong notes. Maybe they aren’t wrong notes, they just don’t sound very nice.