pabrizzer 35


  Feb 7

Artist Bio

Old Bloke

Songs (35)

#1 Is This What You Came For? 6
Feb 7
#2 A Gust of Wind 7
Feb 7
#3 Sail Your Sturdy Vessel 4
Feb 7
#4 We Don't Want No Adani Mine 2
Feb 7
#5 Sittin' by the Harbour 7
Feb 8
#6 The Way it Goes 5
Feb 8
#7 You're Goin' Down 4
Feb 9
#8 Driftwood 3
Feb 9
#9 Whisper My Name 9
Feb 10
#10 Fiery Chariot 13
Feb 10
#11 Ain't No Secret Passage 6
Feb 10
#12 Waiting For the Prompt at the Appointed Time 11
Feb 10
#13 There's Always a Hook Inside 17
Feb 10
#14 Goodbye 2
Feb 11
#15 little bari blues 2
Feb 11
#16 Train's a'Leavin' 2
Feb 11
#17 A Uke Will Drive Them Blues Away 3
Feb 12
#18 The Light 5
Feb 12
#19 Into the Wild 1
Feb 13
#20 Shoot Em Up Shoot Em Down 2
Feb 15
#21 Any Road Will Lead Me There 13
Feb 16
#22 Slow 8
Feb 17
#23 the cusp 6
Feb 17
#24 A Gust of Wind @berni1954  6
Feb 18
#25 Oscar Needs the Blues 3
Feb 18
#26 For Helen 2
Feb 19
#27 Outside 4
Feb 19
#28 Hey Teacher Here's Your Gun 6
Feb 22
#29 Ain't No Healing Here 19
Feb 23
#30 On the Sidelines 13
Feb 24
#31 Off to a Brand New Day 11
Feb 25
#32 Talkin' the Talk 3
Feb 26
#33 More is the Solution 4
Feb 27
#34 Super Pres 5
Feb 27
#35 Michael 5
Feb 28


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  • @sheamiejay  Feb 27

    Thanks for the kind words and open ears. It seems the link you sent me doesn't work.

  • @berni1954  Feb 25

    Thanks for commenting on The Puppeteer.
    The reason for the quieter take on the vocals is easy to explain.
    It was the middle of the night here in Catalonia when I wrote it and I had to record it at a barely audible level so as not to disturb the neighbours (on my 4 string mandola / tenor guitar). Then the volume was boosted in Audacity and the song posted - 40 mins from start to finish. I am so glad I finally caught a skirmish!

  • @berni1954  Feb 25

    Missed another Skirmish. We were out watching "Loving Vincent" an incredible piece of animation made by 100 artists bringing to life Van Gogh's paintings in "cartoons" created via thousands of oil paintings based on and copying his style. Apart from that, it is a damn good detective story about the circumstances surrounding the artist's death.
    recommended if you are a fan of the one eared Dutchman 😉

  • @defaultdave  Feb 23

    Thanks for checking out my sillyness...but really, don't near to hear about your dad's equipment 😁
    I keed!

  • @misterd Feb 22

    Thankyou so much for listening and kind words on my song 'Port Arthur '

  • @berni1954  Feb 20

    I can appreciate where you are coming from with the back pain coment, Brian. That kind of pain is not the kind of pain I am exploring in the song. It was more inspired by the great speech that the father gives to his young gay son in "Call me by your name" - a movie I had just watched. After the first major affair of his young life the boy is about to build up an armour against the pain he feels when his older lover abandons him. But the father tells him that that would negate everything they had together if he did that. I really identified with that idea and the song was my response to it the next day.

    It is harder to see the point in the pain of a friend of mine who appears to be in a terminal stage of her illness. But she was in the back of my mind too while working on it.

  • @berni1954  Feb 17

    Hi Brian.

    I just sent you a note using the PM system on UU

    I have a draft of "A Gust of Wind" which I'd like to send you. I put my email on that note, in case tou haven't still got it.

  • @berni1954  Feb 15

    Hi Brian,

    luckily the tooth has not given me any gyp and we had a great break in the Algarve.

    I have only just got free of a translation that was hanging over my head (until they send me the next chapters) - so I hadn't seen the "Skirmish". I knew about them, but had no idea when they publish them and where.

    I'll check your link now.

  • @crimulus  Feb 15


  • @brrrse  Feb 10

    thanks for your words on Chariot. Yep - Oscar Schmidt Autoharp lovingly named Leviathan.

  • @berni1954  Feb 9

    I'm afraid lyrics for "A Gust of Wind " will have to wait till later (next week). Today I had a tooth collapse and had to go to the dentist's. Not been feeling very creative since. Plus I have a translation to finish today, if possible.

    In addition, we are off to Portugal for a mini break tomorrow - back Tuesday evening. It is freezing here in Catalunya (by our standards -there was actually some snow on the beaches in Barcelona yesterday!) so we're hoping it'll be warmer in the Algarve 😀