davidbreslin101 16


  Jan 2012

Artist Bio

Influences:   Leonard Cohen, Gilbert & Sullivan, you know, stuff like that.

This year I want to do unaccompanied songs, 'cos a) I'm short on time and b) I really like that moment when you put down your guitar for the last song of your set and everyone finally shuts up and starts listening.

During a Finnish safari in 2003, world-class marshmallow-juggler David Breslin was killed and eaten by feral moomins. His legions of grieving fans paid for a sentient hologram of him to be made as a memorial. To their dismay, the hologram lost all interest in pro marshmallow-juggling and started singing instead. No-one has been able to get it to stop.

UPDATE (17/02): I've written most of these songs while off work following minor surgery- turning those lemons into lemonade!


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  • @zecoop  Mar 12

    Thank you so much for the incredibly nice comment on my song with Liz... She's a master and really wrote a heartbreaking story to my music. I always love working with her and am glad you enjoyed it. 😀

  • @erikleppen Feb 27

    Thanks for your comments on Het is zo stil and The volcano. I was quite unsure about the first one, so thanks! 😀

  • @roxya Feb 26

    Thanks for commenting on "So you say". I appreciate you taking the time listen and comment.

  • @dani312 Feb 25

    Hey, thanks for taking the time to comment on Lullaby for Ewan. It was a combination of double stops and overlaying! I’m glad the concept worked. The first time I tried to set the actual lullaby it just kept coming out sounding like it belonged in a children’s music album!

  • @ihelen Feb 24

    Thank you for your thoughtful comments on the Roses song. 😀

  • @jibbidy34  Feb 24

    Congratulations Centurion Soldier! You wrote 100 comments for your fellow FAWMers!! You made this place even better. You took your time to listen to other people's songs and you have 100 thank you's from all of them and from me! Here’s your badge. Excellent work and keep busting’ those zongs!!

  • @defaultdave  Feb 21

    Thanks for swinging by and commenting on "The Polisher's blues". I was trying to think of a barber type personality for my machine / robot town. So came up with that they would have a polisher, and not a barber. 😁
    Glad you enjoyed

  • @valeriecox  Feb 21

    Hi there. Thanks for the comment on my collab with Helen. 😀

  • @tan482  Feb 20

    Thanks for listening to our conversation between a fiddle and sitar. It sure was fun!

  • @unclephilly Feb 19

    Thanks for the lovely comments @davidbreslin101. 😀

    I've never been great at deciphering time signatures, I can tell the difference between 3/4 and 6/8 and that's as flash as I get!

  • @michaelbone Feb 18

    Yes I squeezed the whole tone scale in a few times, haha! Wrote it on piano it was fun to make it "poppy".

  • @phlecksy  Feb 17

    Hi David, thanks for your kind & thoughtful comments on my "tbh" effort. You definitely put your finger on the best thing about it. The rest is just hasty packaging, tbh.

  • @dani312 Feb 17

    Hey, thanks for your generous comments on my song 9000 miles! And yes-It is definitely going to be crazy having a planet between myself and my family...Certainly my “new normal”.

  • @aneil Feb 16

    Thx for your comment on my song 12 songs a much time remains i need recording time for tunes hoping can find a bit this weekend

  • @tan482  Feb 16

    Thanks for stopping by! And well done on all your creations- they are stunning 😊

  • @sbs2018 Feb 6

    Thanks for your lovely comment on "We Used to Be."