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furiousBall - Credit For Nothing

2006-06-18T03:59Z

This is a first draft of the credits music for The World of The End. I've been listening to a lot of Wilco lately.


Media Files:
http://www.furiousBall.com/mp3/credit_for_nothing.mp3




furiousBall - Get In The Car

2006-06-14T03:59Z

This is a quick interlude for a scene between scenes that involves getting into a car with Adam Bertocci.


Media Files:
http://www.furiousBall.com/mp3/getinthecar.mp3




furiousBall - Madison Chain

2006-06-07T03:59Z

This is for the almost biggest version of Madison's theme in The World of the End, lots of electronic gadgetry going on here...


Media Files:
http://www.furiousBall.com/mp3/madison_chain.mp3




furiousBall - Scene34-37

2006-05-27T03:59Z

For Scenes 34-37 of The World of The End, which is similar to the 29-33 music too...


Media Files:
http://www.furiousBall.com/mp3/scene3437.mp3




furiousBall - Scene29-33

2006-05-27T03:59Z

For Scenes 29-33 of The World of The End, I haven't been this happy with a piece of music in a long time. The counter melody really nails the hopeless determination of trying to be a better person of Sophie's character for some reason. This really hit it for me. I felt like I saw this through her eyes. I'd almost be embarrased to play this reack for the actress, I feel like I was in her character's soul somewhat...and by somewhat I mean cornhole.


Media Files:
http://www.furiousBall.com/mp3/scene2933.mp3




furiousBall - Scene9-10

2006-05-23T03:59Z

For Scenes 9-10 of The World of The End, the introduction to Sophie's theme for the audience, just a lonely piano with some strings and something called a holy moment pad. (Reason patch)


Media Files:
http://www.furiousBall.com/mp3/scene910.mp3




furiousBall - Scene24-25

2006-05-10T03:59Z

For Scenes 24-25 of The World of The End, it's a combination of Madison and Sophie's themes into one sandwich. Call it Madiphie...


Media Files:
http://www.furiousBall.com/mp3/scene2425.mp3




furiousBall - Scene12

2006-05-10T03:59Z

Another quickie...cue I'm working on for The World of The End, see if you can guess which scene this was written for. Techno is fun.


Media Files:
http://www.furiousBall.com/mp3/scene2.mp3




furiousBall - Scene2

2006-05-10T03:59Z

This is a quick 8 second cue I'm working on for Scene 2 for The World of The End.


Media Files:
http://www.furiousBall.com/mp3/scene2.mp3




furiousBall - Butterteat

2006-05-07T03:59Z

Another track for the Adam Bertocci film, the direction here was for me to write something as close as possible to Bittersweet Sympony as possible.


Media Files:
http://www.furiousBall.com/mp3/butterteat.mp3




furiousBall - And I Will Walk Across the Air To You

2006-05-07T03:59Z

A little something I'm working on...


Media Files:
http://www.furiousBall.com/mp3/acrosstheair.mp3




furiousBall - Sophie

2006-05-07T03:59Z

This is a sketch for the character Sophie in the Adam Bertocci film The World of the End.


Media Files:
http://www.furiousBall.com/mp3/sophie.mp3







furiousBall + Valerie Diane- Restless Soul

2006-05-07T03:59Z

This is a song that Val wrote about her grandmother passing, I added stuff to it.


Media Files:
http://www.furiousBall.com/mp3/restless_soul.mp3




furiousBall - myself, 5 minutes ago

2006-05-07T03:59Z

For those of you that know me, you probably know that I work my ass off. I hold a day job as a software developer at a fairly large bank, I'm a father of two young children and husband, I work at DM, I do web design on the side, I have been scoring a few indie films here and there, and some where in there I do music once and a while. Ergo, this song is about life not letting up on me. This song was a somewhat return to some of my earlier material (Fog, Cicada, etc) - I made an effort to make this track more about groove and feel, less about studio acrobatics and just getting back to writting a song.


Media Files:
http://www.furiousBall.com/mp3/myself5ago.mp3




furiousBall - That Black Line of Sparrows

2005-08-04T03:59Z

The sparrow is a small and assertive bird. It lives all over the world. This ability to survive reflects the idea of great nobility in even the most "common" person. If you have a sparrow come into your life it may be trying to tell you to look around you, are you allowing others to take away your pride or dignity? Do you feel "common" Have you forgotten your self worth The sparrow can show you how to assert yourself and triumph over outside circumstances. This comes from the American Indian Animal Totem of the sparrow. Amazing how fitting this is for my life recently. One day driving to work in Austin, TX I noticed a line of sparrows, for some reason it struck me as a bad omen. It was and it wasn't. Two weeks later my wife and I had our baby girl, Vivienne. One month after that, I was laid off, 2,000 miles from any relatives that could help my family. We moved to New Jersey, where my family is (this is the third move my wife and I have made in the past three years). Needless to say, we're tired of the nomadic life that is a result of this crappy economy, we want our son and daughter to know their family and we want to grow roots. I needed control of my destiny. I've got it now. I came back to my home town with determination to get a better job and stop allowing circumstances creep into my family's happiness. The lesson - You ALWAYS have a choice, even if you're just a small assertive bird. So, about the song. There are about 16 tracks from my Motif, 15 or so from Reason (including a ton of Redrum - new for me), and ....this was fun about 25 different guitar tracks. I experimented a lot more with doubling and trippling parts with different contrasting guitar tones. A few of the passages actually were reversed mid-way through the riffs and then righted again, so half way through a sequence, if it sounds backwards - it is. I also used a lot of American Indian samples, some Apache shakers, Koto, Dulcimer, and Taiko drums in the background. And the horse samples are actually Smarty Jones...well no, but go ahead and tell everyone that it is.


Media Files:
http://www.furiousBall.com/furiousBall-that_black_line_of_sparrows.mp3




furiousBall - D

2005-08-04T03:59Z

Written for my wife, Dana. This track is part of the self-titled 2003 release, furiousBall


Media Files:
http://www.furiousBall.com/furiousBall-D.mp3