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This is a piece of music that encompasses George W. and his procedure, it's effect and the life he's lead, in my opinion.

There's Nam, 9/11, Iraq, winds, rain, storms and Now within the sequence.

It's a non-violent journey down/up the political drainpipe.

Turn the sound down, cus in a couple of places (9/11 and Now), the sound level peaks.
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Uploaded: Jul 21, 2007 - 12:32:55 PM
Last Updated: Jul 21, 2007 - 12:32:55 PM Last Played: Dec 11, 2016 - 03:56:15 AM
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announcer said 3800 days ago (July 22nd, 2007)
Not too many
Not to many people would write music about this subject. Interestingly it is GWB who took it up the butt for this procedure but the rest of the world who is taking it up the butt from him and his cronies.
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Reinholt56 said 3799 days ago (July 23rd, 2007)
Thanks for listening....
I agree with you about not to many people wanting to write about this person/subject but I thought it would be fun, from a musical/wierd/abstract point of view.

I'm working on film and corporate video soundtracks at the moment, so this fit in well with certain types of soundtrack music, so it killed two stones with one bird. (A turkey comes to mind here).

Take care.

Paul.
Doadars Uncle said 3800 days ago (July 22nd, 2007)
Expansive
It has shades of a tragic thriller. Dark fiction/reality. Well done.

Doug
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Reinholt56 said 3799 days ago (July 23rd, 2007)
Thanks for your comments......
I appreciate your comments. I tried to make this 'dark' and dank, and added bits of rhythm and music, to try and make it interesting.

(There's even a ring from Big Ben, to add the link between the turkey and GW's lapdog, Tony).

Thanks for stopping by.

Paul.
michael2 said 3798 days ago (July 24th, 2007)
haunting
we've been having problems ar work (gentrifying the homeless out of skid row in LA); one of my clients was wondering where he would go next; his quote was "I thought this was the end of the road, now what?" This captures that perfectly for me. It frightens and saddens me what's happening here in our country.
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Reinholt56 said 3797 days ago (July 25th, 2007)
Thanks for your comments Michael...
Thanks for listening to this Michael. I couldn't resist a tongue in cheek dig, in a more or less non-political garb.

It's sad that people (your skid row contact comes to mind) may be trying to change their path in life and find they have to go the extra mile before it seems as though something has changed, sometimes for the worse. The main thing is to keep walking. Think of it as there being someone in front of you, to lead, and someone is always behind you so if you take both these travellers hands, everyone carries the load that bit easier. (You're being led but you're also taking the responsibility of leading someone else). It's an unbroken chain or goal. It just sometimes seems as though you're on your own.

Take care.

Paul.
peacepiano said 3798 days ago (July 24th, 2007)
Thoughtful
A very well thought out mix of sounds. One the most interesting pieces I have heard from you. Excellent stuff!

Thanks
Bill
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Reinholt56 said 3797 days ago (July 25th, 2007)
I'm happy.....
I'm happy that you got something out of this, Bill.

I'm doing lots of this type of work, interspersed with more conventional music, as part of a personal development drive thoughout 2007.

My thought is to try and make a collage of sounds that could be a basis for a more classical arrangement, once I've gotten the music I hear in my head recorded. Then I can try and transcribe the musical content for arranging later. This way I don't forget themes, hopefully.

I'll come down to earth one day, but probably with a bump, towards the end of December this year. Stow all loose object in the overhead compartment!!

Take care.

Paul.
_nderscore said 3777 days ago (August 14th, 2007)
tasty
whether in agreement with your political statement or not (i am, actually), this song stands on its own. i love the dark, brooding feel. i think a faster, frantic bridge could add some interest, but maybe that would violate your 'non-violence' rating. very interesting mix of sounds & feelings
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Reinholt56 said 3777 days ago (August 14th, 2007)
Interesting suggestion.....
I'm all for people suggesting things these days. I might just have another look at this track and see what I can do. I've had a rich source of ideas given to me in these pages over the last little while, from virtual friends like yourself.

I appreciate your visit here to the 'Jukebox of My Desires'.

My hope is that you'll put thought to media and make some more music yourself. Be brash.

Thanks once again _nderscore for listening and leaving a comment.

Georges Procedure may have just turned nasty!! We'll see what comes out the other end. Stand back please.

'A Roving, He Will Go, A Roving He Will Go. Ee Eye Escio, A Roving He Will Go'.

I'm going now so take care.

Paul.
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