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Falling Stars #2



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This is a variation on my song #15666, called 'I Can See Falling Stars' and was mixed at the same time as that mix but forgotten. It adds a different slant on the original which seems interesting enough to upload.

To me it still sounds 'fresh' even though almost two years old.

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Uploaded: Jun 07, 2007 - 02:23:36 PM
Last Updated: Jun 07, 2007 - 02:23:36 PM Last Played: Jan 28, 2017 - 04:47:36 AM
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michael2 said 3847 days ago (June 7th, 2007)
really like the bluesy david gilmour bit toards the end.
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Reinholt56 said 3847 days ago (June 8th, 2007)
Dave Gilmore bit....
I'm a big fan of his and if this piece has any hints it's due to the original loop creator and their phrasing/effects. For me it was a musical jig saw puzzle that seemed to fit together in more than one way, one of which had DG-style snippits.

I'll give it another (hear echoes of 'another' 'another' 'another' here, ad infinitum) listen and see if I can hear the legend.

Thanks for listening and leaving a comment.


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ziti said 3847 days ago (June 7th, 2007)
nice one reinholt! I could live without the recitation, but even with it, this is a very cool thingie. Art Bell could use this on the weird show!

great stuff...a guitar player hidden in there, who would have guessed?


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Reinholt56 said 3847 days ago (June 8th, 2007)
Version without words......
Hi Ziti

There's a version, sans words, called 'One November Lunchtime' that might be more to your tastes.

Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment.

Anyone's welcome.


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said 3847 days ago (June 7th, 2007)
This is different, in a good way
I wasn't expecting this at all. Amazing mix of elements, like a mystical disco experience. Excellent production.
said 3847 days ago (June 7th, 2007)
So I can listen to more later.

Ars longa, vita brevis.
Reinholt56 said 3847 days ago (June 8th, 2007)
Some of my best music is silent....
Hi Mungo

Thanks for your kind comments.

This is just one of the many musical phases of my recent past. Some I get over and some haunt me. This particular piece was one of a sequence of sequences (can I say that?) but that only two, an instrumental and the original, meditation version of this mix, were aired on here.

In truth I forgot about this version.

I'm glad that you stopped by and left a comment or two.

Take care.


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paddler said 3847 days ago (June 7th, 2007)
theres something slightly porno about this I dunno what it is - who the heck is that woman whispering in my ear? This completely different to alot of your stuff.Great guitar and excellent use of those bass sounds.I like the changing phases it goes through - all round,a fascintaing piece!
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Reinholt56 said 3847 days ago (June 8th, 2007)
I missed those connertations but 'know what you mean', nudge nudge. The old Monty Python 'Is She a Goer?' sketch comes to mind.

I just used the loops I had and made a musical jigsaw, then took a snapshot of the soundscape produced.

There's less production on this version. It's how it came out of the tin, no additives or preservatives at all.

You're not the first to comment on the guitar bits. My concerns were the melding of the whole and I paid less attention to the guitar than I should have. My favourite bit was the overriding synth, but I'm a sucker for those sounds anyway.

Take care.

Good to see you around again on MJ's.


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dajama said 3843 days ago (June 11th, 2007)
Very interesting
I can really see what you mean about moving through phases and then moving on. The last couple of things you have posted have been quite different from most of the stuff I've gotten used to from you. This is fascinating - very involving. I have to say the woman's voice does get a bit grating after a while, and i'll probably go check out the version without words you mentioned in a response below. Very nice work. Peace.
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Reinholt56 said 3842 days ago (June 12th, 2007)
Thanks Dajama.....
My tastes in music run from spoon tapping through skiffle to classical and so I could come up with any genre imaginable and probably some that were never thought possible (because of the danger to peoples well-being).

I'm pleased that you find something to appreciate in this mix. It was produced and then discarded last November, probably because of the voice part being a tad monotonous, so I do appreciate what you and others have commented on. How many times can you hear 'deeper' without it becoming tedious?? Listen again to this piece and you'll have the answer, if you don't know already!!

Take care.


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