I've discovered recently that one of the more welcome side effects of seasickness (more welcome than the tendency to wallow in self pity and loathing whilst sitting on a bathroom floor with no pants on)* is a wavelike stream of unexpected, vivid and beautiful images and phrases. Wonderful, colourful things flow into my mind unbidden … Continue reading Eerie Halloween Ballad…coming in just a few moments
Think the picture says it all really.
DiversityWelcome to my new songAge. That was an autocorrect but i liked it.This is the first recording I've done with my new Apogee mic. The sound quality from such a tiny thing is unbelievable. I hope you enjoy it. This was another one written in Portugal and recorded here in Morocco. I'm clearing out my … Continue reading Diversity
Seven thirty; time for the call to prayer and a cup of Yorkshire tea. Am off into the desert for camel riding and mint tea drinking. I leave you with this drawing I did of Walt Whitman, which I did looking at upside down to stimulate my synapses.
Moroccan gnaus music For all my music geek friends, a genre of music from the Agadir/Essaoueira area, originating from when West African slaves were brought through and traded in Morocco. The slaves picked up West African influences and used the cuffs of their shackles as percussion. Live gnaus/gnawa musicians play in all the restaurants along … Continue reading Moroccan gnaus music
Look how chuffed I am. I was the very excited recipient of a rather fab Apogee mic to use with the iPad today. This means that I can make really high quality recordings, on a boat, or on a Beach. I intend to record some things immediately to share with you. Once I've finished eating … Continue reading Boat studio!