pipewrench67 6

@pipewrench67

Wisconsin USA   Jan 2015


Artist Bio

Influences:   Tom Waits, Leonard Cohen, Lee Scratch Perry, King Crimson, Anthony Phillips, Peter Gabriel, King Tubby, Thelonious Monk, Fela Kuti, King Sunny Ade, Tangerine Dream, Charles Mingus,Leadbelly, Terry Riley.

You are a nice person who likes unicorns.
My Blood Is A Branch Of Cats.

2/18 Dealing with some pain in fingers and wrist of my right hand. going to give it rest (as best I can) for a few days to see if it eases up, probably not going to get to 14 this year. I'll try to keep up with songs and comments the best I can.

For FAWM this year I got a broken computer (apparently FAWMa Clause is kind of a dick)

Feb 2 and going shopping for a new laptop tonight. sorry if I have been unresponsive, the computer has been limping along for a few weeks.

Now living in, West Allis (Milwaukee), WI
(also know as Stallis & West Allica)

Year 4
Ready, not ready
Ready to get writing
Not ready with my recording set up.

The past year was interesting.
New house, a studio in the basement eventually, hopefully.
Going to try writing on piano this year, we'll see what happens.

1/27/18 My computer decided to take a dive, I was able to get it going again but everything that was on it is gone. So starting from scratch in February.

Here is my original blurb from 4 years ago
Been Playing guitar for like a hundred years (I'm old). Just heard about this a couple of days before it started last year, thought I'd give it a go. I'm a procrastinator by trade, so this will be a challenge for me.

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  • @miltz  1 day

    Hi, pipewrench67. Thanks for checking in. It's been a draining month (draining year, really), and I just haven't had the energy to get anything done (and I'm having audio interface problems). I may get a thing or two up before the month's over, but either way I hope to get to some listening at some point.

  • @benschiem  3 days

    Hei Pipewrench!! Good afternoon to you too 😀) its a busy month for me, but I see you are doing great stuff already!! good to read and hear from you again!

  • @dannen 4 days

    Thank for your comment on my Midnight On the Water. For my first song, I thought I would use an old fiddle tune. I always picture dancing by the water when I hear the tune.

  • @lanasolyluna 1 week

    Hey!

  • @sueawesome 2 weeks

    that would be funny if it was sarcasm, but that would have only been so if left on music that sounded like nails on a chalkboard

    i loved it, pipe

  • @gardeningangel1 2 weeks

    You wouldn't believe the weird stuff I found behind that drywall...

  • @martinneuhold 2 weeks

    Thanks for your kind words. Love your influences, btw...😊

  • @ampersandman  2 weeks

    Ready, steady ...
    Good to see you back! Wishing you a great FAWM!

  • @gardeningangel1 2 weeks

    Howdy! Yeah, I've been tidying up the place, thanks for noticing 😀 I look forward to hearing what you conjure up this year. Happy Fawming!

  • @miltz  3 weeks

    Hi, pipewrench67. Happy FAWMing.

  • @petra777  3 weeks

    *waves*

  • @carleybaer 3 weeks

    It's kid friendly for sure. My 6-year-old niece will likely be in attendance. It's a beautiful big house on the East Side, and my awesome piano-badass friend Andrea will be joining me. Let me know the best way to get the info to you (email/FB/etc).

  • @carleybaer 3 weeks

    Ah, thank you for the invitation! Alas, my schedule is extremely tightly packed. I'll be in Milwaukee proper for about 18 hours 😀 but still interested in a possible collab! Let's stay in touch 😀 Also, if you're interested in attending a house concert on Saturday the 3rd, let me know!

  • @dragondreams  3 weeks

    Banana! 😁

  • @standup  4 weeks

    Hey there, let's get some things going in 2018.

  • @kovbleu  4 weeks

    Hello again! Looking forward to hearing your wonderful music. 😀

  • @stuartbenbow  5 weeks

    Welcome back!

  • @zecoop  5 weeks

    That's great - Thanks for that link. I have a lot to learn with Reaper. I never used 90% of the stuff on nTrack (after 15 years of using it) - Just basic recording, FX and edits.