phlecksy 15

@phlecksy 

London UK   Feb 2017


Artist Bio

Influences:   DIY/BYOB

My dad had the Beatles' 3 peak albums, plus a bit of Bernard Cribbins (RSF, Hole in the road, etc.) and a couple of tapes recorded from the radio chart shows of about 1971: 'Ernie', 'Rose garden', 'Gypsies, tramps and thieves', 'Floy joy' and indeed 'Can't live (if living is without you), stuff like that. So I had a good start in life.

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  • @benjo  Mar 3

    HEY BUD

    thank you so much for a great fawm
    take care

    tony

  • @benjo  Feb 25

    Hi bud

    just to ask if you post our song
    anywhere would you pllease
    credit me for my lyrics as
    Tony Mcglinchey
    thats how i promote my work

    Thank you

    Tony

  • @colgoo  Feb 20

    No problem...I had two different takes on some of my lyrics during 50/90 that were both really awesome. Why not with the music? Thanks for letting me know...

  • @colgoo  Feb 18

    I'm going to try having lyrics and vocals done by Tuesday, as we have company from Tuesday night until the end of the month...(That is why I focused so hard on getting most of my music done by mid-month.) Never fear! We shall get this collab done....I'm actually thinking this could be the Week Three challenge....a conversation song. Have already started writing lyrics and memorizing the melody line.

  • @colgoo  Feb 18

    You can communicate with me via email if you like about a collab and for me to send you voice files.

    My username at mac dot com.

    I love writing lyrics, so no worries there....I just want to make sure I stay with your vision for the song.

    Cool! Let’s do this!

  • @brendamueller2000 Feb 18

    I was looking for something different that rhymed with rescue and fescue immediately popped into my mind. Fescue grass is a group of cool season grass varieties that grow from the USA transition zone, north into Canada as lawn, sports fields, commercial lawns, and pasture grass. Thank you for your comment!

  • @benjo  Feb 17

    OH WOW WOW WOW I LOVE IT
    this is so good really surprised me with this, what a great production you gave this the dimention it needed, love the way you vocalised on this and some fantastic sounds, i can't thank you enough for putting your great stamp on my words KUDOS
    hope this is the beginning of more to come from us, TAKE A BOW

  • @nikke88 Feb 16

    Thank You for commenting on "Luna."

    I have to say, that "Histoire de Melody Nelson" and "L'homme au tete de chou" are brilliant albums, and I have listened them both countless times. Maybe it could be heard...

  • @hornesgiftshop  Feb 16

    Hey mate, thanks for the comment on The Very Picture. My daughter has so far escaped that fate too, fingers crossed. My stepson looks nothing like me, lucky sod.

  • @engebretsen  Feb 16

    Thx a lot for comments on "Fool." Much appreciated!

  • @vomvorton  Feb 15

    You're welcome - I have to admit when I saw the title "Vocoder Homer" I wondered if it was going to be an entry into the super-niche music / video genre "Simpsonwave": https://pitchfork.com/thepitch/1188-w...

    It was not, but I liked what I found πŸ˜€

  • @benjo  Feb 15

    hey thank you for your interest in my lyric levitate
    yeah you go ahead and sprinkle your magic on it
    i look forward to hearing what you do, good luck

    tony

  • @faststrings Feb 11

    Hey Phlecksy, thanks for the comment on "Batteries Aren't In The Flashlight". Yeah you can do the music for it that be great! Thanks, Your friend Jimmy

  • @andybalham Feb 8

    Thanks for the comment on 'B******ds'. I hope 14 was a good age for you! πŸ˜€

  • @chrishope  Feb 8

    why thank you kindly fam!

  • @toms  Feb 8

    "Stolen" is the term you were looking for. πŸ˜€

  • @totallynotaspambot Feb 1

    Be greeted and thanks! Beep-bup-bup-beep.

  • @aquamunkee  Feb 1

    Thanks for your kind comment!

    If you decide to start running again there's such a wealth of knowledge out there now. I'm finding great ways to overcome the longer recovery time and general 'brittleness' that aging brings, exploring new running techniques like barefooting to soften my stride and cryotherapy to aid recovery. It's a brave new world!

    As for Medly, that's a no-brainer!