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A sailor's song... Please don't take the lyrics too seriously. This is close to a parody.

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Lyrics
I spent the night in the arms of a godfallen angel
Feeling like home again
I walk the street that will take me back to the sea
That's where I'll be

Twenty four years on a ship that has sailed all the oceans
I smell like fish and salt
With every harbour a woman tender and free
Waiting for me

Hasta la vista, my life's in the hands of Poseidon
Hope he feels fine today
I will find comfort in friends who drink whisky and wine

Time goes by
Waves and water
Hores and lovers
Whisky and wine
Mates and mothers
Whisky and wine

I spent the night in the arms of a godfallen angel
Feeling like home again
I walk the street that will take me back to the sea
That's where I'll be

Hasta la vista, my life's in the hands of Poseidon
Hope he feels fine today
I will find comfort in friends who drink whisky and wine
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Uploaded: Mar 04, 2007 - 02:46:17 PM
Last Updated: Mar 12, 2007 - 04:17:19 PM Last Played: Aug 02, 2019 - 06:45:24 AM
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Comments
jiguma said 4615 days ago (March 4th, 2007)
Avast!
I'm a sucker for a good accordion song Walter ;) I'm so glad we have people like you bringing aspects of European music traditions to MJ!! A ring of Tom Jones' "Delilah" about it, but so different in overall feel and impact. Man that's "deep"!
Thanks for posting this Walter,
Neil
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moorlandt said 4614 days ago (March 5th, 2007)
Euro tradition
I just needed to explore that Bolt midi accordian, which I used to embellish a part of my 'Somehow' song. Initially I intent to make a 'valse musette', genre Jacques Brel, but I didn't succeed to make the instrument sound natural enough. So I chose for this slower 'oompa' genre :-)
Tom Jones? Haha, this guy never came up in my mind during the song, but now that you mention it, yes I clearly hear your comparison with Jones' Delilah.
Thanks for the listen again, Neil. Very much appreciated as always!

- Walter

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Peter Greenstone said 4615 days ago (March 4th, 2007)
love it
This is so colorful in the most delightfully dreary drunken way. A great salty sailor song. I really like the molody, particularly the way it turns at the end of each verse.

Your vocals are excellent as always, perfect for such a song. I also like the treatment you gave it.

I think the bass and the accordian need to be panned apart a little. I think I'd maybe puch the bass over to the right side a bit; seems like there is some space over there.

I love it.
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moorlandt said 4614 days ago (March 5th, 2007)
panning...
Thanks so much for honouring me with your visit again, Peter. Very heartwarming words here. And yes, I don't doubt your panning advice for a second. No excuse, but there's this thing with my headphone, which pans slightly too much to the right. So the final mix is always a slight guess. Hmmm... I know what my next buy will be :-)

- Walter

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Wildcat said 4615 days ago (March 4th, 2007)
Sailor Walt
Whyskey and Wine, sounds like a good combination... Your song is a good combination. Pathos , fun, like always passion and love for little details. Yeah, i enjoyed your song.
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moorlandt said 4614 days ago (March 5th, 2007)
Pathos...
...mmmm... I like that word! Sure, whisky and wine is a killer combination (in the literal sence of the word, haha!). I need to get some cool tattoos now, and start swearing all day... Thanks for your lovely visit, Tan. You're always welcome in my house :-)

- Walt

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atonalis said 4615 days ago (March 4th, 2007)
outstanding......
you land lubber, you..... even if on the edge of parody.....it's lovely.... a simply wonderful track for a party that's gone awry for the wrong person.....
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moorlandt said 4614 days ago (March 5th, 2007)
land lubber?
Yeah, I already get seasick when looking at a glass of water. That kind of a rough sailor I am, haha! Thanks for stopping by, Shawn... Next one on my list ist that brilliant damned stubborn new PE scratch track! I'll get in touch...

- Walter

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Logic takes you from a to b. Imagination takes you everywhere.
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said 4615 days ago (March 4th, 2007)
Interesting
Allway a great listen lyricly I feel like I am on the bow of a ship in a hurricane. Or mabey a sailor drunk and past out dreaming this strange dream ......cool, love it
moorlandt said 4614 days ago (March 5th, 2007)
what shall we do...
...with that drunken sailor? I like your thoughts very much, ego. Thanks a million for the listen and the comment.

- Walter

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thoddi said 4615 days ago (March 4th, 2007)
waltzing
This is very well done Walter. I'm a bit curious to if/what you've played yourself here...

The drums and bass is right on the spot, and the times the bass follows the accordion on some runs it tells me you've actually played them yourself.

I that accordion a real one?

The composition is well crafted. Like Peter points out, you've made some tasteful choices of how the melody goes.
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moorlandt said 4614 days ago (March 5th, 2007)
drunken waltz
Hey Thor, thanks for stopping by again. And welcome on my ship this time :-)

To give you some answers: The accordian is a software instrument (Bolt accordion, which I downloaded somewhere). No loops (all keyboard input), except for that mandolin in the background at the end of the second verse. But it is cut to pieces and tuned to the melody. The bass is GB's upright bass, and the drums is GB's Studio toolkit.

Thanks again for the listen, Thor!

- Walter

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Logic takes you from a to b. Imagination takes you everywhere.
Check out my latest song called Free (remix)
alfalpha said 4615 days ago (March 4th, 2007)
Yo ho ho...
...& a bottle of rum. This great Walter. Shades of Tom Waits, burlesque, & the Tiger Lilies. To me, the swaggering accordion portrays a sailor after a night's heavy rum/whisky indulgence! Downloaded and faved.
Thank You Sir!
Alf
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moorlandt said 4614 days ago (March 5th, 2007)
burlesque...
I had a lot of fun with this track! And like I told Neil, I was anxious to use that accordion software instrument on the forefront of a song. Thanks for the listen and the comment, Alf. Very much appreciated.

- Walter

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Logic takes you from a to b. Imagination takes you everywhere.
Check out my latest song called Free (remix)
Alannah said 4615 days ago (March 4th, 2007)
I am enjoying ...
... the diversity of your Macjams offerings .... every bite a different flavour ... maybe it's the accordion .. but I hear a hint of "gypsy music" in here too. Your vocals just keep getting better and better too! I am definitely hearing a lot more melody and movement. Always a pleasure when I see a new Moorlandt song notification waiting in my mailbox.
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moorlandt said 4614 days ago (March 5th, 2007)
gipsy music
You're right Alannah, I like to cross some new boundaries once in a while. This was a fun song to do, and I dig your 'gipsy' comparison (for sure it's mainly the accordian sound). I'm much honoured that you keep track of my new songs. Thanks a bunch, milady!

- Walter

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Logic takes you from a to b. Imagination takes you everywhere.
Check out my latest song called Free (remix)
Vic Holman said 4615 days ago (March 4th, 2007)
goes to prove...
that accordions can be cool. arrr. a pirate song to be sure. a great tune to build up those sea legs to the sway of the song. excellent work Walter totally enjoyable and a fun listen!
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moorlandt said 4614 days ago (March 5th, 2007)
cool...
oooh, I second your emotions on accordians, Vic. In french they call this sound 'tristesse'... melancholy if you want. Thanks so much for the listen and the great comment. And welcome on my ship :-)

- Walter

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Logic takes you from a to b. Imagination takes you everywhere.
Check out my latest song called Free (remix)
said 4615 days ago (March 4th, 2007)
Fantastic tune!
Beautiful Music twisty and adventurous....I just posted my song Ride On, close titles.
moorlandt said 4614 days ago (March 5th, 2007)
sail on, ride on...
... I'll give that song of yours a listen, Tom. Thanks much for the visit and the comment!

- Walter

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Logic takes you from a to b. Imagination takes you everywhere.
Check out my latest song called Free (remix)
Estella said 4615 days ago (March 4th, 2007)
oh lovely
have you ever seen Wings of Desire? by Wim Wenders? One of my favorite movies. I think your song is channeling those fallen angels...and Nick Cave...and I love that about this song. Song's very much alive. Thanks for sharing.
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moorlandt said 4614 days ago (March 5th, 2007)
Wenders
'Der Himmel über Berlin' is the original title of the Wenders movie you mention. Hell yes, that's one of my favourites as well. I love your comment about the song being very much 'alive'. Although this is a near-parody, I tried to put as much pathos in it as possible. Thanks so much for this lovely comment, Estella!

- Walter

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Logic takes you from a to b. Imagination takes you everywhere.
Check out my latest song called Free (remix)
announcer said 4615 days ago (March 4th, 2007)
You may think they are near parody
but your lyrics are very interesting and do a wonderful job of drawing a picture of a character. The execution of this song takes the whole thing to another (deeper) level. First rate stuff and one of the best postings this year on MJ
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moorlandt said 4614 days ago (March 5th, 2007)
best postings?
To call this song one of the best postings of this year is too much honour, Bill. But nevertheless, this makes my day :-) Thanks a million for your splendid comment. Much appreciated for sure...

- Walter

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Logic takes you from a to b. Imagination takes you everywhere.
Check out my latest song called Free (remix)
craft said 4615 days ago (March 5th, 2007)
drunky music
Love the rhythm of this one... The melody is catchy.. The vocals are great as always... Another great tune from you my friend...
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moorlandt said 4613 days ago (March 6th, 2007)
rhythm and boose
Thanks so much again, my portuguese friend! I had loads of fun with this song. Most of all the (very simple) percussion part took a lot of time to get it right. Thanks again for stopping by, craft!

- Walter

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Logic takes you from a to b. Imagination takes you everywhere.
Check out my latest song called Free (remix)
elektronix said 4614 days ago (March 5th, 2007)
Yes!
This has a tune and a sound and what a voice!
Marvellous!
This accordion! Great work.

It's complete, it is one piece, it's professional and it is really good music.
Thanks for sharing!

elektronix
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moorlandt said 4613 days ago (March 6th, 2007)
accordian
Never thought MJ-ers would dig the sound of accordian so much:-) I thought most people just hate that instrument. So, thanks for your visit and your great words, Bernd! Immer sehr wilkommen...

- Walter

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Logic takes you from a to b. Imagination takes you everywhere.
Check out my latest song called Free (remix)
said 4614 days ago (March 5th, 2007)
Danny Elfman...
...for another Tim Burton movie. Framework and structural integrity of a cinematic soundscape. Wonderful inflections of vocal curiosity. In otherwords, "COOL"
moorlandt said 4613 days ago (March 6th, 2007)
tim burton
Just listened to your 'Momentum', Al. Wow, now I'm even more honoured by your visit :-) Cinematic soundtrack... yes, I was doubting to choose that category for this song in fact. Thanks for lending your ear to this track. Very much appreciated.

- Walter

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Logic takes you from a to b. Imagination takes you everywhere.
Check out my latest song called Free (remix)
echoroom said 4614 days ago (March 5th, 2007)
Shiver me timbers
What a change of tack Walter - the opening vocal sounds like Delilah by Tom Jones - I could see you crooning this in a rough Belgium bar surrounded by adoring ladies of the night. Love your voice in this, it almose slurs the words, and I totally get Alimars Elfman reference.

Great fun little track - hasta la vista baby!

Steve
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moorlandt said 4613 days ago (March 6th, 2007)
crooning
Haha, I like your description of a crooning moorlandt in a bar surrounded by those fallen angels. I should try my chance on this once... :-) Thanks a million again for the listen and the wonderful comment, Steve. Be sure that I like your music very very much as well (and that's a hell of an understatement!).

- Walter

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Logic takes you from a to b. Imagination takes you everywhere.
Check out my latest song called Free (remix)
said 4614 days ago (March 5th, 2007)
Laa di di La da da
:)...ik zag mezelf zwalkend langs de kades van antwerpen...te veel witte wijn...te veel mosselen, sigaren en cognac...terug naar de boot, lekker slapen om morgen weer te vertrekken naar een nieuwe haven. Dit liedje vind ik mooi om de authentieke instrumenten. De achtergrond stemmen passen er goed bij (ben jij dat?). Het hoempa gehalte hoort er denk ik bij, zeemannen zijn niet de meest verfijnde mensen. Klopt het dat je in het begin een effect over de accordeon gooit? Mag best in een uitgebreide bridge terug komen, je speelt erg goed.
Het aan uit gevoel van de drums en rimshot is hier niet aanwezig, ik vermoed dat er iemand op analoge drums heeft staan werken. Top, geeft t een cafe gevoel. Ik vond je stem iets te veel op de voorgrond in het begin, en het lijkt erop alsof dat minder wordt in de rest van het nummer. Ik weet dus niet of dat dus echt zo is, maar denk t wel (ahum). Het nummer vraagt bijna om een franse versie! Enige echte punt van positieve kritiek is dat ik een bridge mis waarin je ff kokketeert met je speelkunsten.

Prachtig nummer, wederom!

liefs

marc
(wilde wederom niet als eerste reageren;-))
said 4614 days ago (March 5th, 2007)
I know!
English please! hahahahha

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moorlandt said 4613 days ago (March 6th, 2007)
ahoy
...yummie... witte wijn, mosselen, cognac en sigaren... lekker bourgondisch... geeft me goesting om eens samen zwaar door te zakken, hehe.

Maar ik vrees dat ik je moet teleurstellen wat betreft mijn accordionkunsten. 't Is puur een software instrument (zoals al de rest van de instrumenten trouwens). Geen loops, maar wel alles via de keyboard. 't Heeft me bloed, zweet en tranen gekost om dit ensemble zo realistisch mogelijk te laten klinken.

De hoompapa melodie in 6/8 is ongelooflijk inspirerend om dit soort dingen uit te braken. Voor de rest kan ik niet anders dan akkoord gaan met al je commentaren. Ik denk dat ik je al eerder zei hoeveel ik je spitse oren apprecieer. Nagel op de kop wat betreft je advies voor de franse versie. Ik heb inderdaad getwijfeld om dit nummer volledig in het frans te zingen. Eeen schitterend idee om misschien ook een franse versie te maken...

Nogmaals bedankt voor je schitterende en waardevolle commentaar, Marc. Altijd welkom op mijn schip :-)

- Walter

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Logic takes you from a to b. Imagination takes you everywhere.
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borisluxx said 4613 days ago (March 6th, 2007)
Awesome !!!
Walter, you've made a great track (as usual). Loved everything about it. Your voice is amazing. This is a must-have for my iPod. Congrats on another awesome tune! Be well! Peace!

-Richard
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moorlandt said 4613 days ago (March 6th, 2007)
a download
Thanks so much, Richard. A download is the biggest pleasure you can make me. Very much appreciated, my friend!

- Walter

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Logic takes you from a to b. Imagination takes you everywhere.
Check out my latest song called Free (remix)
datafunk said 4613 days ago (March 6th, 2007)
you are the one
man... this is absolutely great. I've been listening to a lot of nick cave recently, specially this covers album (kickin against the pricks)... have you considered calling nick to make a duet with him? it'd be just perfect! btw, you're getting very good at accordeon!!!
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moorlandt said 4612 days ago (March 7th, 2007)
good at accordian?
Fred, don't tell me you also believe this is a real accordian??? I play as good accordian as I play soccer. Nougat zero! Software squeezebox, my boy... But I had fun with the 'expression' knobs in garageband to make it sound as realistic as possible.

Comme toujours, grand merci pour ton ecoute!

- Walter

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Logic takes you from a to b. Imagination takes you everywhere.
Check out my latest song called Free (remix)
Jim Bouchard said 4613 days ago (March 6th, 2007)
wow!
Another song using the Boldt accordian. I used it on my song "Hell", and the GB upright bass as well which is also currently on the charts. Well you know what they say about great minds! It's a great accordian sound and you use it well. I like this a lot! The Nick Cave comparisons are appropriate, but I think you are using a bit more control. I think I would have liked "The Hands of Poseidon" for a title a bit better, as "Sail On" has been used before, and it would be a better clue into the mythical content of the song. Compared to what you usually put out this is not too complicated, and it works really well. Not sure about how I feel about the ending so abrupt, but then it was over, so no big deal. Great song!
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moorlandt said 4612 days ago (March 7th, 2007)
Thanks Jim...
... and I'll give your song a listen for sure. I really like your suggestions about the alternative title. But then again, I don't want it to sound too seriously. It's just a sailor's song:-) Yeah, about the ending... I'm not completely satisfied as well. I should have put a liitle more time in that. I agree completely.
Thanks for stopping by, Jim!

- Walter

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Logic takes you from a to b. Imagination takes you everywhere.
Check out my latest song called Free (remix)
MissChaos said 4612 days ago (March 7th, 2007)
you rock, parisian style
Awesome, Walter, as usual. Your music continues to astonish me. I love the 3/4 waltz a la Yann Tiersen. Wonderful lyrics and vocals.


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moorlandt said 4612 days ago (March 7th, 2007)
Yann Tiersen...
...another artist I have to check out. Thanks so much again for your words, MissC. As always, very much appreciated:-)

- Walter

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Logic takes you from a to b. Imagination takes you everywhere.
Check out my latest song called Free (remix)
slumbering said 4611 days ago (March 8th, 2007)
Gosh...
that's really lovely and fun! Your voice is wonderful, too! :)
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moorlandt said 4610 days ago (March 9th, 2007)
Thanks much...
...for the listen and the comment. Very much appreciated.

- Walter

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Logic takes you from a to b. Imagination takes you everywhere.
Check out my latest song called Free (remix)
Rebsie said 4611 days ago (March 9th, 2007)
Waltzing Walter
This is great! Your voice is perfect for it. The lovely lilting 3/4 time gives it a lot of character. Lovely stuff!
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moorlandt said 4610 days ago (March 9th, 2007)
3/4
Hey Rebsie, always nice to see you pop up on my page. The 3/4 measure was so inspiring and such a fun to do. Thanks so much for stopping by :-)

- Walter

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Logic takes you from a to b. Imagination takes you everywhere.
Check out my latest song called Free (remix)
said 4610 days ago (March 9th, 2007)
Way
Cool!!!!
moorlandt said 4610 days ago (March 9th, 2007)
Way
Thanks!!!

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kristyjo said 4609 days ago (March 10th, 2007)
I love the Boldt Accordian!
and you use it so well, here! After reading several comments, I can say,"yup, that's what I was going to say." You certainly defy classification, Walter! Everything you do explores different aspects of music. I would have loved to hear an 'outro' that balanced the intro in length. (But then, maybe that was the point at which the accordianist passed out :)
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moorlandt said 4609 days ago (March 10th, 2007)
the outro
Thanks for stopping by and giving this song a listen, Kristine. Makes me very happy. And yes, I second your emotion on the ending/outro. You know, I was just done with it... Haha, the most lousy thing I could say, but that's the only truth :-) Sure, I'll have to work on the outro once, I completely agree... Perhaps a simple fade-out will do.

- Walter

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Logic takes you from a to b. Imagination takes you everywhere.
Check out my latest song called Free (remix)
eleveneyes said 4605 days ago (March 15th, 2007)
ahoy matey!
what a picture this tune paints. Love your unique vocal delivery...it makes the song for me. Friends who drink whisky and wine are always friends of mine!
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moorlandt said 4604 days ago (March 15th, 2007)
whisky and wine
Thanks for giving this tune a listen, Ray. I'm much blown away by your latest track, so your visit is extra appreciated.

- Walter

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Logic takes you from a to b. Imagination takes you everywhere.
Check out my latest song called Free (remix)
blaky smith said 4604 days ago (March 15th, 2007)
bien joué
et bien chanté aussi, franchement quelle voix magnifique tu as, par ailleurs tout à fait adaptée au ton et à l'ambiance de cette chanson.
Encore une pièce magistrale de ta part Walter, ça sonne bien...
Bravo et merci, rien que du bonheur pour les oreilles !
Marc
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moorlandt said 4604 days ago (March 15th, 2007)
du bonheur
Mille fois merci de ta visite et de ton écoute, Marc. Je suis devenu un fan de l'accordéon (mais je ne le joue pas, malheureusement... ceci est un instrument virtuel que je joue par le clavier). Encore un grand merci pour tes mots d'encouragement!

- Walter

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Logic takes you from a to b. Imagination takes you everywhere.
Check out my latest song called Free (remix)
said 4602 days ago (March 17th, 2007)
moody moorlandt
that moniker popped into my head upon hearing a few measures of this - cuz you truly do create intense moods. that accordion's relentless dronish quality works so well. very cool melody with interesting changes. your vocal is ACES - you bring so much drama to your pieces - quiet drama in this one, but DRAMA is definitely there. excellent sound package, walter! enjoyed, anne
moorlandt said 4602 days ago (March 17th, 2007)
awesome anne
wish i could write comments of the same caliber as you do... thanks for your ears. always extremely appreciated.

- Walter

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Logic takes you from a to b. Imagination takes you everywhere.
Check out my latest song called Free (remix)
Willywagga said 4579 days ago (April 9th, 2007)
How did I miss this.
Shades of Kurt Weil, Tom Waits rancid accordian. Suggests that shadowy germanic thing that has influenced so many people in the post war years. Ute Lumper does Jacques Brel. Your voice sounds terrific but could suggest a little more drunkness with a little more fluttering of the lips a bit of spitting wouldn't go astray, I'm not explaining myself very well, but maybe you'll get my drift. The accordian sounds excellent. As always your production values are pro. Fab.
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moorlandt said 4579 days ago (April 9th, 2007)
euh...
Kurt Weil, Tom Waits, Jacques Brel... man, you're spoiling me. Hmmm... but i'm not sure that i'll be able to sing in tune when i'm drunk (i SHOULD try that once). Thanks for the great comment, Will.

- Walter

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Logic takes you from a to b. Imagination takes you everywhere.
Check out my latest song called Free (remix)
timothy devine said 4553 days ago (May 5th, 2007)
Hi
I dig your voice. This tune is well done. you have great recording skills.
Anyone can turn on a software instrument but not anyone can make it sound like the real thing. You really make this sound like an accordion.
nice job
great song too
lv it

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moorlandt said 4553 days ago (May 6th, 2007)
software instruments
I just love to experiment with those wonderful software instruments, and GB allows quite a lot of control. Well, enough for an amateur like me at least :-) Thanks once again, Tim, for stopping by and commenting. Very much appreciated.

- Walter

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Logic takes you from a to b. Imagination takes you everywhere.
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Char said 3583 days ago (December 30th, 2009)
Versatile.
Waltzing with a girl and an opened bottle. Great mood. Thanks.
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