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Last Build Date: Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

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1. Rock: WAR ON MY SCREEN (#3) by KCsGROOVE

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

This is a song that I did with my friends a week ago, done in one take
Erwin B - bass, recording
Bingsolex - guitar
Hans Nooitgedagt Jr - drums
KC - guitar, vocals, mix
We hope you like it
KC



2. Rock: Good Man Down by Calchas

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

In 2006 I wrote and recorded a spectacularly ****ty demo of this tune. I was just starting out then in Garage Band---didn't even know about Logic yet---and had no idea what I was doing! I've always wanted to revisit this one, as its theme is one very close to my heart.

When I initially wrote this I was grieving for the loss of an old friend who had passed about a decade or so before. We'd met in High School and had many adventures together on the streets in the USA and Mexico. His name was Tim Ring. He was a good man who cared deeply for others, and worked too damn hard. He lost his life in an automobile accident while driving home exhausted after a full day of serving others.

Over the years I've lost so many friends and loved ones. Many of you have also experienced this kind of loss. If you haven't yet, you surely will sooner or later.

I dedicate this tune not only to the memory of Tim Ring; but also to the following:

Thomas Hadley Wark (my father), Jeanette Rose Solomon (my mother), Jack Shay (my father-in-law), Robert Solomon (my step-father), Glen Audibert, Mike Ludlow, Donald Foster, Douglas Breazeale, Terri Gould, Manny Silva, Byrd Brownell, Lois Wallace, Maury Solomon, and Bob Shay (my brother-in-law), and...any day now... Mary Louise Shay (my much beloved mother-in-law).

The line each one of us is standing in keeps getting shorter. However, I for one am confident that I've stood in countless such lines, and will stand in countless more.

Be well all!



3. Other: Boomerang by LaFayette

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

A weapon that can explode your face if you don't care.

Much thx to Australian aboriginals and to you all in advance, for listening and comments.

Have a cool day (image)

- LaFayette



4. Electronica: Dance Instead (CTT) by becwil

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400


The 1st in a series called Count To Ten, which is a collection for relaxation and generally taking a breather from the idiot.

Everyone relax.


Comment and critique welcomed.

Music & Art: © 2017 Dragonhouse Studios.
All rights reserved.

ºººººººººººººººººººººººººººººººº



5. Rock: The Waiting Room by toveco

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

New song from the Duo Graham and David




TSTmix



6. Alternative: Welcome To My World by Neumuzik

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

Song: Welcome To My World
Album: Muzikal
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Some drums are loops.
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℗ 2017 Neumuzik. All rights reserved.



7. Electronica: [BrighterDays] Letting go by eido

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

We are emotional beings, much as we might sometimes like to think of ourselves as supremely rational. We cling to things because we love them (or because we hate them), but there comes a point when that clinging turns sour, and we have no choice but to let go or live in the past forever...

Demo of track 9 from my new album 'Brighter Days'. Get the full album free at https://eido.bandcamp.com/album/brighter-days!

==

This is the first track that was ever written for the Dark Days project, way back in 1998 or 1999. (I wrote it in my first year at university but I can't remember which side of Christmas it was, hence the vague date.)

At the time I was still pretty sore from a series of events which I proceeded to fictionalise and (over-)dramatise into the storyline for Dark Days, so the angst was fresh and vital when I sat down with my guitar and started mashing away with what I then referred to as 'interesting chords' (as distinct from 'regular' power chords, the staple of every metal guitarist). In many ways this music has been a part of my life ever since - for almost 20 years now.

In terms of the original storyline, you might recall that, after his failed attempt to cut himself off from everyone and everything, our brave(?) hero(?!) reaches out to his friends in an attempt to reconnect. Sadly, it turns out they weren't all that interested. Oops. Reminds me a little of the saying that goes something like 'You'll worry less about what other people think of you when you realise how seldom they do.'

Perhaps needless to say, I have a different perspective on the whole business with the benefit of two decades' distance. While I'm not going to pretend I live in perfect peace and harmony all day long, I'm at least somewhat better at remembering not to keep hanging on to the hot coal that's roasting my flesh. In many ways, 'letting go' summarises the whole experience of moving from those dark days into brighter ones - for years I clung so tightly to the whole thing that I couldn't even make the music because I felt I wouldn't do it justice, then later I tried to bury it and forget all about it, but pushing it away didn't work any better than clinging too tightly.

My hope is that, through this project, I can accept and honour this whole experience, and finally let it go.

(Made in MuLab.)


(Artwork by Richard Taylor, kasterborous.deviantart.com.)



8. Jazz: The Little Triangular Azhole by RTe

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

Music co-worked with Mori
Nu-Jazz Lounge

(image)




9. Jazz: Why Can't They Be You? by grathy

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

Patrick masters some cool funky tracks for my vocals and lyrics.
When I was in Europe recently, I often felt very alone, despite the crowds.



10. Funk: Cup Cake by FreeEarCandy

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

From the FreeEarCandy 2015 Collection, Cup Cake is one of those strange musical deserts I can't quite put into a genre. I'm thinking funk/rock? Nevertheless, enjoy a cup cake and worry about the pounds later.



11. Pop: In Shards by BlancFroid

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

Everything is broken. Post-wave pop creation of sorts.




12. Inspirational: Angel Light by GaryLester

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

Angel Light by Gary Lester



13. Alternative: Friends by Taluyaq

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

Sat down in the apartment and wrote it with a friend, Kurt Schmidt, in St. Michael, Alaska, sometime about the year 2000. I remember this was done in a short period of time and only recorded on the 2nd take... a short song but we liked it.
-Recorde in Garageband and saved as Mp3.



14. Alternative: Weight Of The Coin by FreeEarCandy

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

Weight Of The Coin is Track 4 from the FreeEarCandy 2015 Collection. This remix mainly includes changes to the 2nd verse vocal delivery and improved sound quality.

As the story goes, Mammon, while visiting heaven, could not stop looking down at the streets of gold and was unable to look up and see the face of God.



15. Rock: Rocking In The Free World Acoustic-ish... by 8MonthMalfunction

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

A quick version of possibly the most covered song in the world, Neil Young's Rocking In The Free World...

This was originally meant to be a quick acoustic cover to test Andy's new guitar and how it sounded when recorded in different ways... But then I got carried away and added some Uke, Piano, Drums, some improvs and loads of layered vocals with Toni, then we asked the talented Paul Miro to record us the awesome baseline!

This is the result... We hope you enjoy it!




16. Alternative: You Are Not The One by Mike_Lynn

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

I have been quite inactive so far this year as far as music is concerned mainly due to other personal matters.
This is only the third song I have posted this year and is a brand new version of one I first shared about six years ago. The song was basically inspired by company politics. Just see if it rings a bell to you. Thanks for stopping by.

Credits :

Music / Lyrics / Vocals / Arrangement / Programming – Mike Lynn
Electric Guitar Solo – Courtesy Dave Cleveland @Band_in_a_Box
Acoustic Piano – Courtesy Blair Masters @Band_in_a_Box



17. Jazz: Water Wheel by tomdevine

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

Jazzy instrumental.



18. Blues: By All Means by wescurry45nion

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

Subtitled, The Mark Hamil Blues. Cause he has...like...a muffler....on his hand...the cyber knetic one.....I saw it.....a little muffler, like on a gas propelled engine in those planes we used to fly as kids. A Muffler.....on his hand.....His Star Wars Hand.......WTF.......cool. So thats a stretch.
Wesley



19. Pop: Hang your belts! by SebastienGabriel

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

In tribute to my friend Lo, who left us on September 11th.
You were my buddy in music since 1988!
A genius, a brilliant keyboard player ...
So many concerts together. I miss you so much!
Hard to play and compose music thinking of you.
"Hang your belts" a song to exorcise my emotion and my rage.
Rest in peace my friend! you'll stay in my heart for ever, bro.



20. Blues: The Future You by cacciamai

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

Original Composition.
By CACCIAMAI
Blues in B minor key.
I'm sad.
Terrible news from Las Vegas.
Why do we sell machine guns? Who needs a machine guns? Let's get real man, they don't belong in our streets.
"people take your meds"



21. Rock: TWIST OF FATE (#0) by KCsGROOVE

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

I was searching on my disk for a song that I wanted to remix when I came across this song that was complete but never uploaded. A song about loss. Written in 2010
So here it is...
All instruments and artwork by me
I hope you like it
KC



22. Ambient: Portus (harbor) by Thaumaturgy

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

02 of 10 from "Phasma (ghost)".



23. Classical: Dare in the moon by wescurry45nion

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

Majestic piece, Simply written in what I perceive as a cinematic style, I use it for auditions with producers.
Wesley



24. Pop: Angelina by Larzman2

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

Mandolin has snuck into a few tunes over time. I had just started adding it to tracks and thought this tune was a good one...Angelina enjoy.



25. Ska/Reggae/Dub: Down By The Riverside (Ska) by zincshed

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

A Big Band arrangement of the traditional song - Down By The Riverside.........
This is done as Ska and is a bit different from Reggae. The drop on drums is still on the 2 and 4 but the bassline is a walking bass and the drums use a Flying Cymbal pattern. Ska is a lot faster than Reggae.........

A previous recording of the song done in a Reggae style
http://www.icompositions.com/music/song.php?sid=194287



26. Pop: There he goes by lyla

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

doo wop song

instrumental version
doing vocal version soon (image)



27. Folk: BEIJING GIRL by toddbrown

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

Beijing Girl (recorded May 2017)
Music & words by Todd Brown
A little demo track to show you the song.
This was written for a movie. Hope they use it.



28. Pop: FORGIVE ME RELEASE ME by Lagusaya2

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

This song was written by Ken Lee. Backing also by him.

I merely wrote the lyrics for his tune.



29. Metal: Two For Flinching by THE_K_TEAM

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

New song. I put the drum loops together then jammed on riff until i had a tune. All done for fun. Cheers



30. Other: The Flight of the Beryl Crow by Gearoid58

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

Here's an instrumental I created for commercial use. Use it as background segue stuff for whatever you think best--or not at all. I started working on this song back in 2011, but never finished it until just recently. I have no idea where the influences of this song originate. Wes Montgomery meets Jethro Tull meets who knows who?



31. Rock: New heavy riff by irok

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

80 BPM Just some guitars & drumloops, add, enjoy (image)
bass, vocals.. what ever welcome.



32. Blues: Kicking' Out the Jam by Taluyaq

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

Kurt better get himself registered on iComp before I have to take all the credit for his guitar riffs! Enjoy! -Taluyaq



33. Alternative: Astrum Pulvis (star dust) by Thaumaturgy

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

06 of 11 from "Inauro (covered in gold)".



34. Music Videos: Casual Neuropathy (Dane Brammage 2017) by DJShadowkat

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

Been working hard on several new tracks on the MacPro, but insomnia rules so I grabbed my iPhone and diddled this together real quick.

Peace & Gyros Sandwiches!

DJShadowkat

🎶😎🎶😎🎶



35. Alternative: Nothing To Hide by ZipZipper

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

So this was kinda hard to put together...I also put it on YouTube just because.

Anyways, here's something with a Halloween vibe for this month of horrible. I decided to do something indie pop with lyrics that weren't in-your-face about ghouls and goblins etc. Instead, I tried to be more vague so that the song could fit more than just the holiday. Meta-issues abound. And the kindergarten artwork is me as well.



36. Alternative: Chasing Control - Not Famous by Badstone_Music

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

buzzing out on loops



37. Pop: My Forever Alone by toveco

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

My Forever Alone
New Original from by Neil Schmidt & Tom Hellsten

This is a new take on my piano track I use in "November Snow" with Al Hughson






Tom. Piano, Mix
Neil. All other instruments, text and vocal
Aleksandar Pesic. Drums

A TSTproduction



38. Alternative: Flesh Wound by falconep

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

Concept: Ending bad relationships
In the movie "When Harry Met Sally", Nora Ephron only emphasized how the end of a relationship is devastating. What Nora didn't emphasize was the thrill of the other person escaping from a disaster. This piece focuses on:
"Thank gawd that's over. Phew! I really dodged a bullet with that nutjob. What was I thinking? Just a paper cut... a flesh wound. I'M FREE at last!"
Thanks for listening - More to come
________________________________________________________
Keyboard - Phil Falcone
© 2017 Phil Falcone



39. Rock: rokpop 2017 120 by irok

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

120 BPM Guitar mess and drumloops, add, enjoy (image)



40. Music Videos: Day In by wescurry45nion

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

Simple Tune, Some pictures around my place in West Virginia.



41. Classical: DumDee Dum Dum by wescurry45nion

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

Piano improvisation, may have gotten a fairly decent melody out of the piece for later.
Wesley



42. Other: Rhesus B+ by LaFayette

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

The rhesus blood type named after the rhesus monkey was first discovered in 1937 by Karl Landsteiner and Alexander S. Wiener. © Wikipedia :
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rh_blood_group_system
This song is more "symphonic" than usual from me.
Let me know if you like !
Much thx in advance you all for listening and comments (image)

- LaFayette (image)



43. Dance: Consilium (to form a plan) by Thaumaturgy

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

03 of 11 from "Inauro (covered in gold)".



44. Alternative: Saragossa Sea by Narananda

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

Please enjoy



45. Rock: Come To The Light by Cinderella

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400


Thought it was time for another "head banging" sing on one of Simon's terrific rock pieces. ........He always brings out the rocking side of me, and it's always so darn fun. (image)

Music - Simon
Lyrics, singing & mix - Cindy

This piece was originally called "keynotes" and can be found here http://www.icompositions.com/music/song.php?sid=220628





46. Alternative: Just In Time by Narananda

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

please enjoy



47. Rock: Dalai Lama by Dyl

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

A summer celebration ... and tribute to Alex Chilton's "High Priest" album, released 30 years ago.
Dealing with far-out decorators and peace for mosquitoes... All peaceful noises are organic and homemade...



48. Metal: Farewell Father by samboway

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

About letting go to unachievable relationships



49. Country: Waltzing Gentle by gepo

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

two guitars waltzing round and round, hope one day I could learn to dance on this (image)



50. Music Videos: about hate the video by TRASHINME

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:05:03 -0400

it`s not a love song...

born in jan. 2009.