Good morning followers! I’ve decided to post a short instrumental up today titled “Waiting.” There really isn’t much behind the song except that I wrote it a day or two after Listening an instrumental titled “Driving To The Highway” by Kaki King off of the soundtrack from Sean Penn’s “Into The Wild.”
I would usually upload a song in the morning but I was pretty far from the computer today. So today’s song is titled “Thank You (But No)” and I feel the need to give somewhat of a back story on why I wrote this song.
You see, I am a self taught musician and I feel that I have an unconventional approach to playing music. About a year ago at Sidewalk Cafe down in the East Village, I played an open mic. After showcasing two of my songs, I was approached by an older musician, he offered to teach me music theory and wanted me to learn guitar his way.
throughout the year, he would continue to tell me that my approach was wrong and that I should do things differently but I found myself telling him again and again that we are just from two different worlds.
He swore I was wrong and that I should do things his way and it eventually got to the point where we had stopped talking, thus the creation of this tune.
Somewhere down the road we finally came to an understanding.
For those of you taking the time out of your day to check out my blog and listen to my tracks, I would like to thank you.
Good morning Followers, today’s song will be an original instrumental I recorded awhile back titled “Moro Reflux.” The song is heavily influenced off of alot of Kaki King’s music.The title stems from the term Moro Reflex. If you are unsure of its definition, it is one of the infantile reflexes. Anyway, before I get off track, the song is about someone’s life starting from their birth all the way to their death.
It is a personal favorite and i definitely intend on recording it over again as soon as possible.