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There's always a Way Out


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Philos60

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Don't worry! *There is always a way out*. - Keyboard Improvisation - Style "CelticTrance" - May 14, 2011.
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Hits: 3007
Comments: 8
Fans: 3
Plays: 64
Downloads: 0
Votes: 0
Uploaded: Jun 05, 2011 - 05:08:57 AM
Last Updated: Jun 05, 2011 - 05:08:57 AM Last Played: Dec 22, 2018 - 11:20:53 PM
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davajonah said 3062 days ago (June 5th, 2011)
CelticTrance!
There's some fusion. This is really nice. I'd have maybe really synthed it up myself, changed the voices more with some meaty power trance leads from the lovely piano arps you've got going. Also maybe put some breaks and delays in there too. But it's very infectious! Nice one.
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Philos60 said 3061 days ago (June 6th, 2011)
"There's some fusion."
First of all, thanks for your honest comment. You should know, that all my songs are improvised (guitar, keyboard, voice and freestyle fantasy language) all at once. The result is not perfect and mistakes are unavoidable during improvisation. I'm focused on the original mood and feeling at the time, to express it immediately while improvising. This assures authentic and unique musical expression. My guitar songs are more authentic than keyboard pieces, because of the integrated rhythm and samples. By the way, I can't play the same song again, and I didn't try it, because not to lose my spontaneous musical creativity. I always take the risk, that the improvisation fails... that happens. I tolerate small mistakes like in the real life, which is not perfect. My music is like a mirror of my life in terms of mood and feeling.
Check out my latest song called Depressed
davisamerica said 3061 days ago (June 6th, 2011)
i understand
your process..lol it is mine as well. i found the piece to be engaging and the title of the track left lots of room to imagine. would have downloaded indeed.
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Philos60 said 3061 days ago (June 6th, 2011)
...the title of the track left lots of room to imagine.
Thanks for your understanding. Yes, it's my intention to leave enough room to imagine "There's always a Way Out"... because each listener will associate different situations of life asking for any "Way Out". It's up to the listener to imagine his own way out.
I'll provide for you a download link via personal note.
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papag said 2974 days ago (September 1st, 2011)
Tappin Trance
Love your stuff, as always.

Thanks for sharing.
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Philos60 said 2972 days ago (September 3rd, 2011)
...as always.
Thanks for your general plaudit :-)
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Philip18 said 2960 days ago (September 15th, 2011)
Way out
Lively tune you are playing. Interesting the way it shifts around in the mix - can be discombobulating but as you don't use it all the time it's actually a nice effect that adds interest. A happy improvisation that I enjoyed listening to!
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Philos60 said 2960 days ago (September 15th, 2011)
Nice explained comment!
Thanks for your nice comment. I'm pleased that you understand my way of improvisation.
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Short discription: Philos60's music is based on spontaneous inspiration and expressed immediately by a musical improvisation. Vocals, melody and rhythm are improvised at the same time and recorded live. His music is called TVI-Music: Total Vocalis... [see more]

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Electronic dance music is a broad set of percussive music genres that largely inherit from 1970s disco music and, to some extent, the experimental pop music of Kraftwerk. Such music was originally borne of and popularized via regional nightclub scene

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