Original Music, The Blues
Spent the whole day working on a 1 minute orchestral piece I’m going to use as an intro and chorus for a new/old song. A good day’s work. Here’s the rough… [audio_player style=”1″ url=”http://keithlivingston.com/wp-content/uploads/TheBluesIntro.mp3″]
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I recorded Black Is in Tom Dyer’s 8-track basement studio in 1989 or so. Using a drum machine (except for a track or two) and playing many of the instruments myself, it was a labor of love.
Black Is is the title track from a cassette release of mine. It was written in and from an angry and defiant place. Looking back, I’m glad I had that sense of defiance. It helped get me though that period. Black Is deals with themes of loss, and what loss can do in terms of creating themes in our lives. Sometimes we make things bigger than they need to be! More about
Listen Here — Download Below If the player above doesn’t work, try these links 🙂 Download All 4 Songs From My EP — Keith Livingston: Volume I Download all MP3s as a single zip file (right click to download). Other download options below. The Rain September 24th, 2014. As fall falls and the rain begins, grab The Rain. The