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Evening Out West


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futzpucker

 Genre: New Age

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This is another in a series of instrumentals written by improvising on one instrument (in this case, acoustic guitar), and then adding others (only a flute here). The sound of the SampleTank2 acoustic guitar inspired this short piece, and it took me to a place I hope the listener goes to as well while it plays.
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Lyrics
Instrumental...
Song Stats
Hits: 7105
Comments: 77
Fans: 21
Plays: 754
Downloads: 136
Votes: 49
Uploaded: Jul 31, 2004 - 06:25:29 PM
Last Updated: Aug 20, 2007 - 12:58:34 AM Last Played: Nov 03, 2018 - 03:01:46 PM
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Hardware:
Midi keyboard to G5
Software:
PT, SampleTank2, Peak
Comments
mcsweb said 5378 days ago (August 1st, 2004)
Very nice mellow sound
It's songs like this that remind me music isn't about
creating commercially viable stuff all the time. The guitar
is creative and sounds fantastic. The flute also sounds
very good. Trying to find something to quibble on, but
really can't. Nice job. 7:9:7:7
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futzpucker said 5378 days ago (August 1st, 2004)
Very nice mellow sound
mcsweb, thanks so much for your comments. I especially appreciate the fact
that you are able to shift your perspective in order to listen to a song like
this, rather than just dismissing it because it doesn't fit a particular mold.

Thank you.
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said 5378 days ago (August 1st, 2004)
Pure panorama
You paint a wonderful sunset for me. Thanks for your soundscape. 8-8-8-8
futzpucker said 5378 days ago (August 1st, 2004)
Pure panorama
And thank you so much for actually "hearing" this song...

Means a lot to me.
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said 5378 days ago (August 1st, 2004)
Short...
but Sweet!

8-8-8-7
futzpucker said 5378 days ago (August 1st, 2004)
Short...
Nice words from a guy whose composing has recently taken a great leap
forward...

Thanks, Alimar.
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SlimGirlFat said 5377 days ago (August 2nd, 2004)
Nearly
missed this one,
and I am so glad I didnt,
A very reflective track that had me off to somehwere
else...
Stunning and FAR TOO SHORT....
I really hope you add to this track, The flute is very tender
and the guitar is mellow. a great combinaton.
Slimmie
futzpucker said 5376 days ago (August 4th, 2004)
Nearly
Thank you, Slimmie. I appreciate your having listened and your kind words
about the flute and guitar. I'm glad you didn't miss this one. Getting
comments from your very talented self is meaningful...
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Cameron said 5377 days ago (August 2nd, 2004)
beautiful acoustic
I truly enjoy the sound of the acoustic guitar, and you play
it very well! It comes across excellently on this all-too-
short track.

The flute sound combines well with the guitar. I like your
sense of melody with it, all the little flourishes are very
idiomatic to the instrument.

I must be perfectly honest and say that I would rate this
song higher if it were longer! I do hope that you extend it
further in another version, because this track has great
possibilities!
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futzpucker said 5376 days ago (August 4th, 2004)
beautiful acoustic
Great to hear about getting the flourishes that are idiomatic to the instrument
from an instrumentalist. That means a lot. Thanks, Cameron.
Check out my latest song called Just As It Is
TobinMueller said 5377 days ago (August 2nd, 2004)
More, more!
I love this kind of acoustic guitar playing. Absolutely. I
agree with Cameron, if this were longer, to complete the
journey you have begun, I would give it highest marks.
And perhaps one more look at the flute part could take a
little more MIDI out of the performance (cuz you did such
a great job adding real articulations in more phrasings). I
have never used SampleTank, but the amazing guitar
sound you achieved has convinced me to take a look.
Excellent demo. Oh, and by the way, you were, indeed,
taking me to wonderful place with this song. Just needed
more time to travel there.
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futzpucker said 5376 days ago (August 4th, 2004)
More, more!
Ah, hearing "More, more!" from you, Tobin... That's quite a thrill.

Mentioning that this took you somewhere nice... Thank you for that, too.

I look forward to discussing the flute part with you, if you have time, to get an
idea about cleaning up some of the "midi" in it, something I'm quite
interested in doing. Thanks for the listen and the comments.
Check out my latest song called Just As It Is
Wifty said 5376 days ago (August 3rd, 2004)
Terrific sound
Probably shouldn't have listened to it so early in the day -
feel really quite chilled out now - oh well!

Fabulous playing from both sides, wonderful sound from
that guitar!
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futzpucker said 5376 days ago (August 4th, 2004)
Terrific sound
Thanks for the comment about the playing. It is a nice guitar sound, isn't it? I
can't take that much credit...

I do appreciate your listening and your nice words, Wifty.
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Mcboy said 5376 days ago (August 3rd, 2004)
very cool...
very cool articulations on the midi flute......and
guitar....great job
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futzpucker said 5376 days ago (August 4th, 2004)
very cool...
Thanks, Mcboy. Getting articulations right is a cool thing to get noticed.
Thank you for listening so closely.
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fosod said 5376 days ago (August 4th, 2004)
Ah so
Japanese cowboy? Is it just me?

Perfect performance. Great song, pro-level talent and a
tight demonstration of your level of sophistication.

Is there a meaning in there? It's almost sad to think that a
song with this kind of "feeling" is bereft of any "feeling".

Know what I mean?

Al hit it on the head when he said what he said: "Short but
sweet." Sweet.
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futzpucker said 5376 days ago (August 4th, 2004)
Ah so
I certainly appreciate what you said about the performance, talent and
sophistication. It's just so great to hear that the song left that impression.

This song, The Walk Back Home, Morning Mist On Still Lake, and In Devotion,
all were free tempo pieces created to elicit heart and emotion, while
attempting to avoid the obvious pitfalls of such music. If this one seemed not
to have feeling, it didn't work for you the way I intended.

And yet you still said very positive things as well. Much appreciated, fosod.
Maybe I get you next time...
Check out my latest song called Just As It Is
fosod said 5375 days ago (August 4th, 2004)
Let Me Explain
Aha. I think I was not clear. I meant to say that this song DOES, INDEED, have a lot of feeling. WIthout lyrics, I wasn't sure if you intended it to... though.

So: yes, much feeling. Mission accomplished.

---
Kind regards,

TT
--
www.fosod.com
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futzpucker said 5375 days ago (August 4th, 2004)
Whoops...
Thanks for clarifying your message for my thick head.

Maybe there's a reason I write only instrumentals. I seem to have trouble with
them pesky "word" things...

I appreciate your taking the time to get back to me.
Check out my latest song called Just As It Is
JunkyardCutiepie said 5374 days ago (August 5th, 2004)
command of craft
I agree the guitar is so well played and the articulation in
the flute is often good though sometimes the MIDI source
shows through. Only so much can really be done about
that. I'd love for it to be longer as well, as then the
'journey' could have more direction.
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futzpucker said 5374 days ago (August 6th, 2004)
command of craft
Dustin, thank you for taking the time to listen and leave a comment. This was
my first attempt to use SampleTank2, and the guitar sound rather jumped out
at me. I'm glad you liked the part.
Check out my latest song called Just As It Is
said 5374 days ago (August 5th, 2004)
Beautiful...
elegant guitar and flute. Yes, too short. But this is sweet
like fine chocolat. You are a musical artist.

Jack
futzpucker said 5374 days ago (August 6th, 2004)
Beautiful...
Thank you so much for your kind words, Jack. You have been very generous
to me in your comments for this and other songs of mine, and I appreciate
that very much. I'm very gratified you like what I write. Gives a composer a
buzz to know he's communicating with someone...
Check out my latest song called Just As It Is
packosmokes said 5374 days ago (August 6th, 2004)
Too short?
I suppose I'd just be a broken record if I mentioned
it, but this is the kind of song you want to wrap
yourself in. so being short is almost as though that
blanket's been pulled away from you too quickly.

Takes me back to when I was listening to alot of
Bruce Becvar and other New Age music. Very
wonderful emotion. calm, peace and contentment
with a hint of pondering.
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futzpucker said 5373 days ago (August 6th, 2004)
Too short?
Ah, that was nice to read... Almost as if reading what you wrote had the same
effect on me that the song had on you. Thank you so much.

I will go back into this song and see where it takes me as far as expanding on
the theme. As you would expect, I'm very gratified that people on this great
site wish to hear more of this song. I'll work on it and post the new track.

Thanks again, Mr. Packo.
Check out my latest song called Just As It Is
nobunaga said 5370 days ago (August 9th, 2004)
short but nice
Nice piece, good mix, well recorded. My only gripe was it ended before I was ready.
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fosod said 5364 days ago (August 15th, 2004)
wow
The instrumentation is amazing. I wonder how much time
it takes to really perfect the abilities like this. I spent too
much time socializing as a kid I guess. This is very short
and very sweet.

You are to be commended!
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futzpucker said 5362 days ago (August 17th, 2004)
wow
Thanks, Mr. Fosod. Even being self-taught, or maybe *because* of being self-
taught, I have had stretches in my life where I played keyboards quite a bit,
but socializing was part of it, rather than instead of it. I found out in seventh
grade that if you sit at a piano and play, sometimes a girl will come and sit
next to you...

Thank you for the nice words, which are given more weight by virtue of your
own talents.
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Mhruha said 5347 days ago (September 1st, 2004)
My thoughts
Hi. I'm new to the forum and found your wonderful
composition by random choice. Thank God I did.
There is the beautiful Japanese tradition of Haiku in
poetry and Haiga as well where a Haiku and an image
are presented together as one. I believe simplicity in
visuals and brevity in speech and tone can be
powerful things. Your piece proves this. Just
enough. Sure it COULD be longer, but it doesn't
have to be. Yes, a Haiku as an instumental
composition works quite nicely. Kudos.
futzpucker said 5347 days ago (September 2nd, 2004)
My thoughts
I am very taken by what you have said here, Quinn. Thank you so much for
your valuable perspective.

I think the comparison to Haiku is well conceived, and I appreciate it. Thanks
for taking the time to listen and comment, and welcome to macjams.
Check out my latest song called Just As It Is
Z293 said 5340 days ago (September 8th, 2004)
Thanks
I went and listened to the tracks you played on for
Ronnie Montrose. Very nice work. As a coincidence I
had recently been listening to some of his solo work.
I didn't have Territory but I had Speed Of Sound, on
an album, remember those.

Your tracks here are very nice and easy to listen to.
Great melodies. Thanks for sharing your experience.
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futzpucker said 5312 days ago (October 6th, 2004)
Thanks
Thank you for your comments, Mr. Z, especially given that this song is of a
much softer genre than the songs you have submitted (and played the hell
out of).

One of the most important things I appreciate about this site is that people
seem to be open to listening to music they wouldn't necessarily listen to in
other media, like the radio. I think for the most part they evaluate it on the
basis of what they hear, rather than on the basis of whether or not it's in their
favorite style. This gives someone like me, who does not write in the more
popular genres, a good chance of getting listened to and evaluated in a way
that is reasonable and helpful, and eliminates the "I don't listen to that kind
of music, period, because it sucks" kind of attitude. It makes the nice
comments I've gotten very meaningful.

It also helps me open up in the same way, for both my listening and my
composing. So, thanks, Mr. Z.
Check out my latest song called Just As It Is
said 5313 days ago (October 5th, 2004)
Been around...
here for a while now. Love MacJams. Appreciate our
gracious hosts. Just now getting around to hearing
some of the songs that have been here for a while.
Finding this one was a gem. What a gorgeous track!
The flute reminds me of my Native American
heritage. It compliments the soft acoustic perfectly.
My only critique is it was too short. I want more. I
could literally listen to this all day long.
futzpucker said 5310 days ago (October 8th, 2004)
Been around...
Those are some very nice words, Skipper, and are greatly appreciated. That
the flute reminded you of your heritage, that means a lot to me. Thank you.
I'm pleased it touched you that way.
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_nderscore said 5293 days ago (October 26th, 2004)
peaceful
wonderfully relaxing tune-slows the world down a bit.
the flute & guitar complement each other extremely well-i
would never have thot to put those two instruments
together. as others have mentioned-too short! i've
listened to this 4 times while figuring out what to type in
this little box, haha. (& enjoyed each listen) would like to
hear this become a full-blown song
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futzpucker said 5292 days ago (October 26th, 2004)
peaceful
Thank you, Mr. Score. If this song slowed the world down a bit for you I am
very gratified. Thank you for listening and taking the time to comment.
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mikecornfield said 5272 days ago (November 15th, 2004)
evening out west
Lovely guitar... very nicely mixed
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futzpucker said 5272 days ago (November 15th, 2004)
evening out west
Thanks, Mike, for stopping by leaving a comment. I'm glad you enjoyed the
song.
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the dennex donor said 5271 days ago (November 16th, 2004)
nice . . .
really nice piece of music . . .

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futzpucker said 5270 days ago (November 17th, 2004)
nice . . .
That's very kind. Thank you, Percy.
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Kevensor said 5227 days ago (December 30th, 2004)
what can I say...
it is short but its placid and reminds me of camping out and waking up in the cold air of the morning and seeing the mist on the wet grass. nice.
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futzpucker said 5227 days ago (December 30th, 2004)
what can I say...
It's great to have a song conjure such images in a listener's mind. Thank you
for telling me about this, Kev. Much appreciated.
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compyellow said 5217 days ago (January 9th, 2005)
beautiful song
love the lazy interplay between the git and flute.
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Syncopatient said 5202 days ago (January 24th, 2005)
Relaxing yet intimate
Beautiful blend of chords and acoustic playing..the flute
flows wonderfully with your guitar. Very pleasing and
wishing your song were longer. Nice job!
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futzpucker said 5200 days ago (January 26th, 2005)
Relaxing yet intimate
Thank you, Mr. Sync, and you, Mr. Comp, for your nice words. I'm glad to
know that this kind of song can get such a positive response, especially
having been posted so long ago. Thank you both for listening and
commenting.
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thetiler said 5192 days ago (February 3rd, 2005)
Very relaxing and enjoyable
I found out about your link when you posted at my site
and I am glad i heard this wonderful sound!

Very, very nice, clear, clean, crisp, warm.

Thanks much
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futzpucker said 5178 days ago (February 17th, 2005)
Very relaxing and enjoyable
As you can imagine, Mr. Tiler, in light of the fact that you are such a skilled
guitarist, the comments that you have left here about this song are very
meaningful. I am grateful you took the time to listen. Thank you.
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TennesseeVic said 5174 days ago (February 21st, 2005)
Great guitar!
That's played on a keyboard? That's very, very good!

You won't hear me say the same about the flute. The
attack is quite unrealistic. I would go into more detail
about the tone if it would be of any use to you, but
SampleTank (and various SonicReality products) simply
sound quite unrealistic in places. This is one of those
places.

Oh, nice composition! I wouldn't have minded listening to
it a bit longer.
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Magritte said 5113 days ago (April 23rd, 2005)
This is beautiful.
I'd buy an album based on this song, and play it whenever I needed to drift off...
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futzpucker said 5113 days ago (April 23rd, 2005)
This is beautiful.
Thank you for your very nice comment, Magritte.

When the cd is done, I'll give you one. Thanks for listening.
Check out my latest song called Just As It Is
btransue said 5098 days ago (May 9th, 2005)
This is beautiful.
I was thinking this very thing as I scrolled down this list of comments, itself a
testament to the music. I need say nothing more.

---
Best Regards,

Blaine Transue

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ziti said 5074 days ago (June 1st, 2005)
Ohhh it's over??
Man that's gorgeous!! beautiful playing composing and
recording. Great work!! home home on the iPod
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J.A.Stewart said 4974 days ago (September 9th, 2005)
I Don't Get It...
Beyond your keyboard technique... which is both sensitive
and masterful... such a wonderful sense of melody. Elemental
sighs from the heart --- and the soul. Beautiful stuff.

How ANYONE who claims to be a musician, or who claims to
appreciate music could possibly rate your work so low is
beyond me. It's absurd.

Having listened to your entire catalog now, I will do what I
can to rectify that.
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futzpucker said 4967 days ago (September 16th, 2005)
I Don't Get It...
Thank you so much, Joe.

What you wrote is poetic, very meaningful to me, and because it was just what I
intended for the composition, well, all I can say is thank you again.

I always wonder if people understand that hearing something like this provides a
composer with inspiration, a rare and very precious commodity. That is a true
gift, for which I am grateful.
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paulhenrys said 4968 days ago (September 15th, 2005)
too short!
Two Things:

1. It's too short. I want to hear more.
2. I want to hear it with a real flute. That would be posiively
haunting.


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Leon said 4954 days ago (September 29th, 2005)
Serene...
...and soothing! It has an ethnic-meets-country sound quality to it! The
Asian-sounding flute compliments the Western drama of the guitar...
8-8-9-8! Were it longer, I would have thrown in a couple more of 9's.
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futzpucker said 4902 days ago (November 20th, 2005)
Serene...
Thank you, Leon. I'm glad you enjoyed how the instruments worked together. I
like your "East meets West" concept. Very cool it hit you that way.

Thanks for stopping by here.

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krtaylo said 4914 days ago (November 8th, 2005)
beautiful
Nice coupling of flute and guitar. The chord progression is very natural. Very nicely recorded. I really like the harmonics at the end. Would love to hear a longer version.
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futzpucker said 4902 days ago (November 20th, 2005)
beautiful
Steve, thanks so much for your comment. You are obviously a skilled musician
and writer yourself, having heard some of your tracks. That gives weight to your
words.

I appreciate your taking the time here, Steve. Thanks.
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DGO said 4902 days ago (November 20th, 2005)
Yes
I could listen to your music all day. Bravo!
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futzpucker said 4902 days ago (November 20th, 2005)
Yes
John,

First of all, welcome to MacJams. I'm looking forward to your music being posted
here.

Thank you so much for listening and leaving such a nice comment. Who
wouldn't want to hear someone say what you said? Very kind...
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perceptualvortex said 4796 days ago (March 6th, 2006)
Beautiful
Simple gorgeous melodies like these make me think of relaxing sunny days with no agenda. Hmmm... haven't had one of those for twenty years! Sounds great and natural to me, are those really MIDI instruments?? Regardless of how this was constructed, it's really a fine little uplifting piece.
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futzpucker said 4788 days ago (March 14th, 2006)
Beautiful
I sure know what you mean about relaxing days with no agenda, but, like you,
only through some distant memory...

I'm so pleased you went back and found this song. I had just gotten SampleTank
2, and I was so taken with the guitar sound that this just flowed out. The fact
that you found it uplifting is very nice to hear. Thank you, Dave.

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Scott Carmichael said 4766 days ago (April 5th, 2006)
I really like where you take the listener
peace.... wonderful stuff.... playing, production, structure, mix... your
firing on all cylinders
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composerclark said 4680 days ago (June 30th, 2006)
2200 Hits!
Wow! That's a lot of hits! I'm checking out older submissions from
some of my favorite MacJammers, and I must say, I'm impressed with
this one. It's got a really contented/mellow/expansive vibe to it, and
it's so nice I could see this turning into a suite of some kind, or at least
a more extended composition. Excellent job!

The other thought I had is "I'd love to jam with this guy" since guitar is
my main instrument, and I love improvising, but then I read in the
description that this is apparently a sampled guitar??? I don't believe it!
Wow. I never would have guessed.

Hope to hear a new submission from you soon!

8-10=9-9
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hazmat said 4172 days ago (November 21st, 2007)
Special
What a gem!

The patience to give us just the (beautiful!) guitar, with nice pauses, for a relatively long time given the short total length of the piece was the mark of someone who knows what they%u2019re doing. For me it created great, fun anticipation for the flute in subsequent listens (there were many),.

When the flute does join, it%u2019s also beautiful and also patient, taking a very pleasant but somehow purposeful wander%u2026 till it decides to soar up to the second highest, then the highest note %u2013 holding both, then pausing%u2026oooh, goose bumps man!, and that%u2019s rare cause I%u2019m extremely picky%u2026. As the flute wanders on, it takes me some time to recover.

When it%u2019s done, I%u2019m miles away%u2026 thanks

ktb said 4139 days ago (December 23rd, 2007)
got me
just perusing some others comments and I can see the vote was for longer :-) I'd second that. A delightful journey none the less, I didn't realize the flute was midi until late into the track. Very skillfully done.

Noticed you haven't had anything new up for a awhile & I hope the muses are still with you! Best to you and yours this Holiday Season.
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futzpucker said 4139 days ago (December 24th, 2007)
Nice to hear from you, John
I had just bought SampleTank 2, and I was going through its sounds to see what I had purchased. I came across the guitar, opened up GarageBand, and hit "record" and played for a minute forty or so, just to get a feel for the sound and how to use it. I went back to listening to sounds, and found the flute. Then I went back to the guitar track I had improvised and overdubbed the flute, just as a step past merely listening to sounds, not really even intending it to be a song.

I played back the two tracks and to my surprise, I thought what was there worked on some level. So I submitted it here. That's why it was short. I am glad you liked it.

I have written several songs recently and am writing for a client in between preparations for a Christmas Eve concert my choir performs (I'm the music director of a church). So I'm still at it. I just haven't posted my work here for a while. I'm very honored you'd even ask. Thank you.
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magnatone said 4087 days ago (February 13th, 2008)
Evening Out West
What a beautiful tune and arrangement. I'd die to play guitar like that! I'm at your site listening to your wonderful offerings - this is just sensational.
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said 4068 days ago (March 3rd, 2008)
Evening Out West
Pretty chords and playing. Warm sounds.
said 4065 days ago (March 7th, 2008)
Great!
I'm wondered why this piece is not loaded with fans, this is one of the very best short pieces ever heard here. The guitar sound with the flute is just superb. Just another masterpiece. KUDOS for the work, I could listen to this all the day! Another great journey.

Take Care
- Yeman A. Al-Rawi
saymme said 4051 days ago (March 20th, 2008)
: )
...back for a 2 & third lissen...yes...another 'wonder' of Your gifted Musicabilities...VERY BEAUTIFUL tx
Char said 3974 days ago (June 5th, 2008)
Oh, this is very beautiful.
Beautiful. Thank you, how kind to share your reverie.
:)
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SISTERS said 3422 days ago (December 9th, 2009)
i went to that place
i wanted to share with you that my sweetie was gone for several days, and i took that opportunity to focus on your cd. a hot fire, snow falling, a bowl of turkey soup, and your music worked a treat.
when i heard the first song, i thought: that is the perfect number of notes! not one more is needed. i adored the pattern you worked - and it set the tone for the entire playlist.
at the end of the cd, i was utterly impressed by the beautiful flow of it all, not only within each song, but in the entire presentation.
how clever of me to buy it!
thank you, patrick, for the gracious music you bring us.
anne

sincerely
anne
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PaulaMunk said 2364 days ago (November 2nd, 2012)
I sure do love
a plaintive flute. Thank you.
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Demeter7 said 2361 days ago (November 4th, 2012)
I wish
this was three times longer so I could imagine myself drifting off in front of a campfire and even dreaming of youth and a life of promise yet to live. Thanks.
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