factairytale 38


DK   Feb 2017

Artist Bio

No bio for this fawmer. 😞

Songs (38)

Feb 2019
#2 little love 7
Feb 2019
#3 sweet escape 5
Feb 2019
#4 heart that´s true 7
Feb 2019
Feb 2019
#6 hear my prayer 6
Feb 2019
#7 hard to move on 19
Feb 2019
#8 the modern world 12
Feb 2019
#9 empty hole 7
Feb 2019
#10 being a female bird 7
Feb 2019
#11 upside down 6
Feb 2019
#12 candy man :-) 6
Feb 12
#13 driving in my car 6
Feb 12
#14 body talk 8
Feb 13
#15 Come dance @kahlo2013  13
Feb 14
#16 two boats 7
Feb 14
#17 Wringer Washer Blues @cindyrella  14
Feb 15
#18 caleidoscope 6
Feb 16
#19 up up up 7
Feb 16
#20 plastic mama 4
Feb 18
#21 is she crazy? 9
Feb 19
#22 this tune... 6
Feb 19
#23 they talk about growth 4
Feb 20
#24 the world in black 6
Feb 21
#25 caught in a red box 7
Feb 22
#26 this date 3
Feb 23
#27 good fortune 9
Feb 24
#28 watchful eye 12
Feb 24
#29 something brilliant 3
Feb 24
#30 Hugh? Grand? 3
Feb 25
#31 rooftops of Prague @crisp1  2
Feb 25
#32 dreamchasing heart 2
Feb 25
#33 Wake me up 2
Feb 26
#34 Waiting 2
Feb 26
#35 Lets Make Some Noise @ajna1960 3
Feb 26
#36 let´s make some noise @ajna1960 7
Feb 27
#37 wake me up 3
Feb 28
#38 Denmark the happiest nation??????? 2
Feb 28


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  • @crisp1  May 7

    OK, looking forward to it!

  • @berni1954  Mar 18

    PS The end of "That Dress You Wore" took me by surprise too. It is indeed dark. But I think a twist in the tale is not necessarily a bad thing. Ask Roald Dahl, who made a whole career out of writing stories that took swinging left turns towards the end. 😉

  • @berni1954  Mar 18

    Songs at their most poetic give you an incredible insight into the experience of another human being, often in a way that is so intimate that you feel you know the songwriter (or poet) better than you know half the people around you. That is what I got from your songs and why I became obsessed with listening to every one.

    Ooops, I just saw the list above.... Looks like I still have a few to catch up on 😉.

    I hope you are reunited with your kids and that next year your songs will get over how happy you are 😘

  • @berni1954  Mar 18

    Thanks for continuing to explore my oeuvre de FAWM 19.
    To answer your question on "Voices" - it is partly autobiographical. Hearing voices is not uncommon. The ending is how I imagine you would feel if you let the voices take over completely. They will try their hardest sometimes, too. Although hearing voices doesn't have to be within a religious context, I am quite sure that this phenomenon is behind a lot of religious experiences (Joan of Arc, for one, probably experienced them).

  • @tamsnumber4  Mar 14

    Thanks for commenting on my collab song "Hope Beyond Hope", I appreciate the listen!!

  • @ajna1960 Mar 9

    Hi - just wanted to let you know that there is now a demo for 'A Woman Free' https://fawm.org/songs/98518/

  • @ustaknow Mar 6

    Oh, - to whichever is easiest or both. If you don't have a BandCamp account, look into it -- all can just be handled from there, up/down-loads.

    It was just an idea, a reason to keep "doing" music. That one song stuck out, well. It looks like you engage your music on your own, - don't need input 😀

    However, sometimes people learn allot or allot more if have a project, and one with no time pressure. And they know how to self-teach, don't require a formal "class" ? Anyway, every month Bill puts out a collection of some kind, - but, again, he only picks a few, 10 or so. Have a look at the link he gave you, look it all over and see if it looks like motivation, fun.

    I've made suggestions to people like this and they think it's to much work, it may be, -- possibly, not anymore than 38 songs during fawm 😀 so made the suggestion.

  • @billwhite51 Mar 5

    he feels your song would be a good fit for songladder, our monthly audio magazine, https://billwhite.bandcamp.com/album/... but your recording is too lo fi and wouldnt work with the other material. if you are interested in submitting your song, you should re record it. he gave a lot of advice on how you might accomplish this,so if you are interested with him, get back to him and as his to explain more clearly exactly what needs to be done. if he offers to help, take him up on it, as he is an excellent engineer and producer.

  • @edwardsmusic Mar 5

    Hi Heidi. Responding to your note on my soundboard, I've equally enjoyed listening to your songs and your passionate voice. Likewise, enjoy the rest of the year!
    If I get around to it, I shall listen to more of your work.

  • @ustaknow Mar 4

    I like your guitar work.

    This song:

    If you can re-record more close to the Microphone? Or just the guitar again, the vocal and guitar could be "mixed.

    The guitar picked up kinda ghosty sounding, called "sibilance". The vocal came through nicely though.

    Anyway, I do this with Bill:

    If you're into it, let him know. It's by invitation only and has to do with the artist, not the "production"; but, some do fine production anyway. Anyway, - this track works otherwise and is a good song.

    Just tell Bill I told you to contact him.

    If you can't do a better recording, see if you can upload a WAV file of this? -- to BandCamp (open an account), - I can download it and boost the volume.

    However, if all you have is the CellPhone, PC mp3 file only, you can try emailing it - and Bill can forward it to me. Actually, there is software to strip the audio from a Video 😀 hahhh... but, not always does a good job.

    I used to do only cellphone recordings, I'd balance it midway between the guitar and mouth on the table not more than 12 inches away and would catch the guitar, voice fairly well balanced. Well enough for a decent "demo".

    Anyway, you seem very interested and serious about your music, - so, it's just another way to do that, or not, as you like 😝 😀

    Another thought, that voice part is plenty loud otherwise, you could try to listen with headphones on the Video, and just sync, do a fresh recording of just the guitar only.

    If you want to enter my world of recording 😀 , then do a separate vocal. Send all three 😀 and I can try to mix a "best" version. It may not be fantastic, but, you never know. I did one for Bill singing to someones piano, and got lucky last 5090 - all thought he was standing at the piano 😝 hahhh... got really lucky.

    So, keep at it!

    For me, the fast instinctive lyrics wind up the best songs, - sometimes.

  • @ttg105  Mar 1

    Thanks for all your great comments this FAWM. If you're on Facebook, friend me at facebook.com/millerscottj!

  • @berni1954  Feb 28

    Your single question mark song is inaccessible. I suggest you change the title. That might be the problem.

  • @ustaknow Feb 28

    You may find this "interesting", - using "typos" and made up words:
    Long ago, I taught online and in the first week it's important to engage "group formation", or you risk have rude interactions in the class forums.

    I'd deliberately login early as "Student" and use TYPOS on purpose as folks who's second language is English might do. So, e.g., I'd write, right, rite - I might say, I "right" this "hear" for you and etc.

    Then, I could quickly msg the rude folks privately 😝 and head that off. Rudeness is ancient "online" and so I purposely use, "so derUgo!" My buddy here, not Spanish is forced to use a Spanish Keyboard and has really bad text here, - if you want to talk to him, you gotta overlook it 😀

    -- However, me, as a big fan of many languages and etymology; when writing a song I'd "make up" a place holder word that musically fit 😀

    A few times they TURNED OUT TO BE REAL words! Actually, fit better than if deliberate.

    Also, one day I wrote a song about "getting up every mourning" and dealing with xyz. Folks gotta jolt when read it as NOT Morn - ing and was Mourn - ing ...

    It seems no matter what, all eventually do READ the lyrics... so I like to slip in the "rite" word when I do write, right 😀

    And, yes my young family members in e.g Austria - wound up doing better, ironically speaking English more easily, - conversationally, if even not on their English tests 😀 hahhh...

    She had to learn to not "think" so "german" when she wrote English since many took her as Rude, or Blunt, - not done on purpose as you likely may know.

    So, derUgo!

  • @ustaknow Feb 28

    Re: "Daily Rituals, Unnormalized" - yes in a way. In the liner notes I tried to somewhat comment. The core ideas for these were from Morning News Feeds while I had morning coffee. So as I listened, in flow of thought, wrote, so were what I call 5 minute writings. Then, as I never did before, took them in order of writing to develop within FAWM. Actually song #1 "Alt... ..." was never intended to be a song. The Lyrics to me were to dark, or wretched, so to speak. However, as I was doing "Sound Checks", or setting up, -- those were the tracks or over-dubs.

    I got the idea for this FAWM to experiment, - but, for "real", really experiment. So, kept with that, and tried to make songs from bad, first pass tracks to challenge myself. All tracks are "raw" untouched and only overdubs were used, - no software, no effects, just tracks then mixed.

    So, the short of it all is, - it started to look very "Apocalyptic". Well, our American "News" feeds, nearly identical for almost two years, - are. So, e.g., yesterdays engaged Infanticide - babies born alive do not have to be given health care, or may be "terminated" outside the womb, - as born.

    Actually, since that would be a repeat of song #1, won't engage it.

    Also, I tried to engage the then lyric as it "is". In that regard some here 😀 got "unhappy" since not on an apparent side.

    Anyway, the tracks will for be an "Album", so to speak. But, I don't make records and don't sell anything (some do buy ad hoc). I write to have songs to possibly perform, and very locally. Locally we don't have a good "live" market.

    So, I do it because I just love to 😀 I also rarely explain a song since often, I can not, or has a truly hidden character like this one:

  • @ustaknow Feb 28

    translate.google.com (correct?) 😀 "You probably have to turn this up, otherwise you don't understand a skid of it 😁"

  • @tosm Feb 28

    Thank you for commenting on my music!

  • @crisp1  Feb 28

    Thanks for commenting on I Can't Shake the Guilt and for ALL your comments this FAWM!

  • @berni1954  Feb 27

    Thanks for your positive comments (as usual) on "Expectations" (Collab with Amanda). I see you have made something of a FAWM sprint in the last couple of days. I must check the new songs out. I have been busy actually working (translating) for the last two days. 😉

  • @ajna1960 Feb 27

    Woohoo girl - I love your baby-metal ! I think we have created a new genre !

  • @ajna1960 Feb 27

    Heya @factorytale - you are welcome to Let's Make Some Noise, if you can be really loud, screaming and metal/rock like ?!!! It was written with metal in mind kinda thing and that is how I hear it. Let me know please - ty !

  • @willie70hawkins Feb 27

    Thanks for the listen and comments on Frozen Rainbow.

  • @cherok40  Feb 27

    It makes sense!!! Thank you for your kind comment!

  • @davewermers Feb 26

    Thanks for taking the time to listen and comment on Loose Ends. I appreciate it.

  • @cherok40  Feb 26

    Jeg kan slet ikke følge med... du sprøjter kvalitetssange og -tekster ud i en lind strøm. Jeg er så imponeret. Du er en sand kunstner...
    Hvis du så også er en lillesmule skør/vild (som jeg er), så er du den perfekte partner til at lave musik sammen med.
    Håber bare du er tålmodig, da jeg ikke er typen som kan lave god musik på kommando... jeg bliver nødt at vente på at inspirationen kommer til mig... jeg er ikke god til at opsøge den selv.
    Sov godt!

  • @crisp1  Feb 25

    Happy this worked out! Looking forward to your version.

  • @paulhenry  Feb 25

    I'd love to hear what you'd do with Rooftops of Prague. Music is energy. It has to flow.

  • @crisp1  Feb 25

    I do remember what you did with Diamond-Studded Highway, it was very beautiful. Another musician already did Snow on the Rooftops of Prague. If you really want to do your own version of it, I can ask him if he'd mind it.

  • @cherok40  Feb 25

    Jeg synes bestemt din sang er god! Ved ikke hvorfor du tror anderledes. Tro lidt på dig selv! Du har en rigtig god stemme, hvilket mange andre end jeg også skriver til dig.
    Jeg skrev til dig på Soundcloud i går. Kig lige igen om du ikke har fået en mail. Hvis ikke så kan jeg sende dig en pm på Facebook. Jeg har ikke lyst til at bruge mit rigtige navn her, da jeg stadig er lidt usikker på hvad FAWM egentlig er for en størrelse - og hvem der står bagved.

  • @matthew62  Feb 24

    Thanks for the comments regarding Geometry.

  • @matthew62  Feb 24

    I see you've been busy! I'm lagging this year. Thanks for the listen and comments regarding Big Bad Beast...

  • @hummingbear Feb 24

    Few people know the word "habenula." It is a bit of the brain that is like a counter that keeps track of what didn't work, so it can help us avoid doing unsuccessful things over and over and over again. In the comments most people said they Googled it. : D

  • @coolparadiso  Feb 24

    Yes you are right it only took 30 minutes. 10 of which was making sure i didnt rip off the proclaimers.

  • @aprilm  Feb 24

    Yes! The Cave of Old Forgotten Women is exactly as you put it! I am so happy the intent comes through in the lyrics. I hope I can record tonight when it gets quiet

  • @cherok40  Feb 23

    Jeg skriver en besked til dig på SoundCloud med mit rigtige navn. 😀

  • @leomozi  Feb 22

    Thank you for the compliments on my songs! And you're welcome for the time zone assistance.

  • @cherok40  Feb 22

    Tak for linket. Det var en sjov, surrealistisk sang!

  • @kahlo2013  Feb 22

    Sorry to confuse and the song is only about one person... increasingly in America people are using pronouns such as they/their instead of she/her or he/him to refer to themselves. They are used out of respect recognizing that there are some people that do not identify with traditional binary genders. For me, as a woman, my pronouns are she/her but I am fine if someone uses they/their to refer to me. Anyway, yes pronoun use has been changing in the US and they/their can mean one person as well as can be used for more than one person.

  • @tootoobee  Feb 22

    Hi, there'll be at least to earlier skirmished today 😀

  • @cherok40  Feb 21

    Hvis du vil høre noget som både er sjovt og godt lavet, så prøv at lytte til dette bidrag til 10x10 challenge:

  • @susancantey  Feb 21

    So sorry to read of your heartaches. Prayers being sent up.

  • @ustaknow Feb 21

    No they do not, and - done, deliberately 😝

    So, in you asking how you did, A+

    It's a long story, and for me, an interesting subject for many reasons.

    What I can say from what I do, this is one of the better/best places to be in terms of an "artist" (a real one) meeting another artist to then communicate, - just for the sake of it.

    Also, then, let me explain, I 99% of the time use "typos" so may say meat/meet, or feal/feel since many do READ as well as listen. It's "oddly" applicable in a number of contexts. So, outside of "here", - one young family member in Austria, developed quite a contextual vocabulary by figuring out the second meaning in this that I wrote to them. Funny to know (2no) 😀 if we don't speak for even two weeks, the Germlish 😝 comes back deutch-english word tense esp.

    So, just today, which MAKES sense, said, she "felt" meaning fell. Not a typo and most in a fully "American" -ist mindset could incorrectly interpret. So, I use it, -- on purpose 😀

    Anyway, -- derUgo

  • @ustaknow Feb 21

    Hey there, so, in case you were "asking", just ask away. I have a few threads out there and I put them there to be "pulled" apart for those who may have questions and feel they need anyone to ask, since have no one, or got bad advice.

    Why I comment here, now is, - I have allot of family from, and within different countries and if English is a 2nd, 3rd, 5th language, well, "here" they "don't get stuff", or if say something, like my german/austrian family side does, - is quite blunt 😝 well, because that's the language.

    My wife does not know what I'm talking about half the time - good for me 😝 too! 😀

    So, anyway usually folks don't read any of my threads which are long, then when tell me they "don't understand" - was actually a question?

    Tso, derUgo 😝 (my own universal onlineguage)

    PS: I don't usually translate.google.com the "german" here... so I am unaware of any "difficulties" as I quickly pick up on as I post this. So, if a technical question, and most of my post are tech related, - I give a well qualified "opinion", fact based response. So, this your 3rd FAWM, you may have seen my "krappe" previously 😝

    Well, almost done! And onto 2020!

  • @matthew62  Feb 21

    I'm very sorry for the difficulties you are experiencing.

  • @cherok40  Feb 21

    Nu er der et link. Der er mange ting som jeg vist ikke har fået udfyldt her. Er stadig lidt FAWM-forvirret. 😀

  • @cherok40  Feb 20

    10x10 challenge går ud på at skrive 10 sange af ca. 10 sekunders varighed. Hvis du kan finde tråden på Forum (den er på side 2 lige nu), så er der rigtig mange sjove bidrag at lytte til.

  • @cherok40  Feb 20

    Tak for alle dine søde kommentarer til mine sange. Jeg vil meget gerne tjekke din Soundcloud, men hvad er dit profilnavn der? Alt hvad jeg foreløbig har lyttet til af din musik har jo været på YouTube...

  • @aneil Feb 20

    You may not make the trip to Africa but have a listen on cdbaby

  • @cherok40  Feb 20

    Tak for dine søde ord til "The Morning Mist".
    Det er da en forfærdelig historie du fortæller i din bio. Håber rigtig meget at du vinder sagen, børn bør ikke bo hos en alkoliseret, voldelig mand - de fortjener en bedre opvækst!
    Jeg ville ønske at jeg kunne hjælpe dig, men i det mindste vil jeg lytte til din musik, som du har produceret rigtig meget af... flot gået!
    Krydser fingre for at du får dine børn hjem!

  • @berni1954  Feb 19

    Thanks for listening to "The Call of the Wild". I am really revealing my Irish roots on that one. Glad you liked it.

    And thanks also for giving my Hayley Mills song a spin. Yes, I really did have a boyhood crush on her. But I had no idea she was not my age. If we'd met she'd have crushed me as she'd have had no interest in "a little kid". Curiously, my brother, who does extra work on TV shows and Films, just told me last night when I mentioned that song that he had recently done a shoot involving the mature, adult, Hayley. I was so jealous😈

  • @berni1954  Feb 19

    On smoking. My Dad smoked 40 a day and hated the fact that he was dependant on them. Then as his older brothers died of Lung Cancer before they were 60 he decided to stop when he was 45. He was the first male in the family to live over 60. He died eventually at 80 of complications related to his lung cancer that showed up when he was 79.

    It is never too early to give up 😘

  • @rkeeling75 Feb 19

    Thanks for the tip. I will have to leave my Zoom by my bed tonight.

  • @mustanglola87 Feb 19

    Hiii started listening to Kira & the kindred spirits. Really love it!

  • @dutch1967 Feb 19

    Aaawww, thank you! Glad you like Upside Down In Love. I see you've collabed with Cindy too, I'll check out that song and a couple more when I get a little breathing room. This year's FAWM is crrrrrraaaaaazy.

  • @matthew62  Feb 19

    Thanks for listening and for the kind comments.

  • @matthew62  Feb 19

    It is always amazing to me the way the mind files stuff away on the ole' ram to be called up at other times out of the subconscious.

  • @tjeff  Feb 18

    Thanks for listening and commenting, much appreciated!

  • @jorh Feb 18

    Thanks for your lovely comments on my song - I’m really glad you enjoyed it even if it did make you teary eyes haha

  • @berni1954  Feb 17

    Thanks for giving "Threshold of the Void" a listen. The mask represents the void itself, or else DEATH - the ultimate invitation to the void.

  • @ahasuerus Feb 16

    Thanks for the compliment on my song . Er I come from South-east Africa. Place called Malawi. I'm not even sure I have a true accent really, I mixed and matched a lot

  • @cindyrella  Feb 16

    I sent you a request and I would love to see your rainbows!

  • @matthew62  Feb 16

    Thanks for your kind comments regarding I walk in circles. Truly appreciated.

  • @timfatchen  Feb 16

    Did you actually get the email from me? hilla1973 at yahoo dot com) It has a .pdf file attached which is the actual lead sheet with chords. My server says it was delivered!

  • @artpaul Feb 15

    The left hand is playing chords or do you mean guitar chords ?

  • @metalfoot  Feb 15

    Yes, my tin whistle playing needs work! 😀 Thanks for listening.

  • @cindyrella  Feb 15

    I do! Thanks so much!

  • @cindyrella  Feb 15

    Sure! Can't wait to hear it!

  • @timfatchen  Feb 15

    CHords in your email box EDIT warning, they're automatically generated from teh piano score and I haven't edited/cleaned them up

  • @timfatchen  Feb 15

    That's far darker than I was thinking. Thank you for sharing it; there are times I just rail at the injustice of the world, cruelty of poeple, indifference of authorities..wish i could say something that would help: I also rage at the limits on me too. You did well to express that in that lyric.

  • @jsini  Feb 14

    Thanks for listening and commenting on my song. I appreciate it.

  • @sbs2018 Feb 14

    Ooops! The driving song is “Seventeen Again” - not “If I Could Turn Back Time.” 😮

  • @kahlo2013  Feb 14

    No worries!

  • @kahlo2013  Feb 14

    I would love for you to do come dance - I would be fine if you changed the “she” to “they”

  • @sbs2018 Feb 14

    My driving song ended up being “If I Could Turn Back Time.” Thanks for asking.

  • @wacha  Feb 12

    Thank you for the kind words on "Call Me Maybe", I am familiar with the song thought not particularly a fan of it but I was pretty happy with what I was able to get out of it.

  • @sbs2018 Feb 12

    Of course you wrote a “driving in my car” song. No worries about no screaming - how could you with a cigarette hanging from your mouth - lol! Love it! Thanks for the comment on my Candy Apple Red Shoes” song. Btw, I kinda also have a driving song. 😊

  • @berni1954  Feb 12

    Thanks for your positive comments on my "I'm a Believer" (not a cover )

  • @loveonamixtape  Feb 12

    Thank you for listening and all of your comments! I look forward to catching up and doing more listening myself! 😅

  • @marthie Feb 11

    Thank you for your words on my World song collab with Igg. I had to cut off all the chorus tails' T's. I like words that can be heard unless I intended it otherwise. Always amazes me how my kids can hear mumbled words: needless to say I have heard many wrong words: worlds apart from the initial lyrics!

  • @berni1954  Feb 11

    Thanks for giving my "Angel's Child" a listen. The Skirmish prompt had such a bizarre collection of words, that it took me a while to come up with the "story" for this one. I sketched it out and then as i worked on the melody I imagined it was a sort of acoustic "Jumping Jack Flash" and the idea of an angel's egg helped give the lyrics some focus.

  • @mustanglola87 Feb 2019

    Heeyy thanks for listening and your comments. I only know Texas from 'so you can saayyyy what you want but it won't change my miinnndddd' 😀 I'll check it out!

    You're almost at number 14, wow! You're going fast! Are you going to record an album? I'd buy it 😀

  • @tamsnumber4  Feb 2019

    Thanks for listening and commenting on my song "You Are Fragile", I really appreciate it!!

  • @berni1954  Feb 2019

    Sorry if the Billie Holiday comparison was not so complimentary to you. What you share in common for me is an ability to truly communicate the pain you are going through. You also both have an innate sense of phrasing that just cannot be taught. Listening to BH helped me through a period of deep depression in my early adulthood. So while the comparison may have been rejected, I can assure you it was well meant 😘

  • @mkd  Feb 2019

    Thanks for your comment on Empty Spaces - a choir there would be pretty awesome! Alas, I don’t have a good enough piano at home to do a proper recording and add layers to it, but yes, that is where some vical harmonies would definitely be good. When I’m somewhere quieter (next room drum lesson to Sweet Child o Mine) I’ll take a listen to yours - like the look of Empty hole...

  • @kovbleu  Feb 2019

    Thank you so much for commenting on some of my songs!! I really appreciate the listens and kind words! 😀

  • @writeandwrong  Feb 2019

    😁 haha! Looking forward to hearing it!

  • @marthie Feb 2019

    I am sorry- it was a typo: I loved your lyrics about making a new beginning in Being a female bird. I do write a lot of music about women and the challenges they face and there is no life more challenging then to survive the Dark Side.

  • @wacha  Feb 2019

    Thank you for your kind words on "Get Yourself Together"!

  • @marthie Feb 2019

    Thank you for feedbacknon He shows up. I an actually working on an Easter production(Afrikaans for me) (English with collaborators)

  • @aneil Feb 2019

    The demo is up for Invitation another Wow from @marthie

  • @sbs2018 Feb 2019

    Thanks for your comment on “On the Brink.”

  • @aesthetic72 Feb 2019

    I have the same feelings about Billie. Ella Sarah and Blossom have been big influences in my life. But I really do hear Billie - you have a similar timber in your voice naturally. It’s a wonderful thing.

  • @pipewrench67  Feb 2019

    I has meaning something along the lines of this https://www.poets.org/poetsorg/text/b...

  • @solarrainuk  Feb 2019

    Thank you! I'm glad someone got some pleasure from my pain 😀

  • @enigma4711  Feb 2019

    Tak for din kommentar! You're thinking of The Raveonettes. Yes, I'm a huge fanboy of theirs! 😂😂

  • @misterd Feb 2019

    Thanks so much for listening to my songs and your kind comments !

  • @aneil Feb 2019

    Yes the east coast of the southern part of Africa Durban yes thanks for the comment! It’s a small world just an internet connection away

  • @carolinesimpson  Feb 2019

    Thanks for you comment on my song ‘Stillness Moving’. The slowness is inspired by Avro Part (Spiegel Im Spiegel and Fur Alina in particular). I appreciate the feedback!

  • @larryw Feb 2019

    Hi pleasure to leave feedback! I'd love to hear this when you've worked on it

  • @audrey  Feb 2019

    Thank you for the kind words about "Something Wicked this Way Comes". I appreciate it. 😀