‘POOR EXCUSES’

https://soundcloud.com/zoolon/poor-excuses

The fog is amazingly dense today. Serious fog. Fog that would probably put even Jack the Ripper off going out to murder someone. The random thought struck me that you never hear seagulls when its foggy. You hear them day and night, rainy day or sunshine but never in fog. Odd.

Also, I’ve been told that a little knowledge is a dangerous thing. I don’t think that that stands up to scrutiny. For example, I mentioned to my own mother that I was going to have to re-boot my router as the Superfast (not) internet had died. She said, ‘Do you think it’s something to do with the fog?’ Also, odd.

Anyhow, a new song called ‘Poor Excuses’. As is nearly always the case it changed more than I imagined it would once the skeleton lyric married the evolving melody. Hope you like it.

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17 thoughts on “‘POOR EXCUSES’

  1. This is excellent. Such a great voice and background, love the bass and percussion ! A little knowledge is a dangerous things as one can see by our president elect. 🙂

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  2. A fun clash of sounds here. I say clash because that bell-like sound’s got a quirky innocence to it while the guitar’s got power, strength, masculinity. I assume this mix of instruments wasn’t inspired by the fog. (Kidding!)
    Hmm. Interesting, though. What does fog sound like? Like a Pheloung track to me…or Gabriel Yared…or Mychael Danna….
    Now I’m even more curious what your interpretation of fog would sound like. 😉

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    • Thanks. I enjoyed creating the guitar build toward the end. I don’t know what I’d do with fog. More sound art than music. Grey colour and hidden threat sounds. Something from a Japanese art form when rolling sea mist comes in and you’re looking at it from high above. I saw a lot of that when living near The Dart estuary back in Devon. Muffled sounds and distant screams maybe.

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  3. The highest compliment I can give is I felt this inside. I had a listen to some of your others too. Requiem For A Ghost I could write to. Words forming as soon as it started. And A Life took me on a journey till death. Music that makes feeling, can’t beat it.

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