But lyrics and song content belong to the fawmers who wrote them!
ss021921g superskirmish improvised-solo
Yes! Love this, Wobbie.
Eb minor is also one higher than D minor, the saddest of all keys. It's almost kinda sorta like it's one louder. So if D minor is a 10, then Eb minor is an 11.
Haha, so good! Hilarious lyric with a tragic atmosphere. Reminded me of Spinal Tap in a way. What makes it even better is that something like 90 % of my stuff is in Eb minor. "Is that enough flats for you" during the solo cracked me up 😁 Excellent!
Again, your knack for insight and observation is really special. I find myself trying to pick out the best titles for the next listening. So good!!
You seem to be able to tap into truisms that most of us know but don't possess the easy means of expressing and for that you are unique and wonderful as is the case with this track...
Really very cool, put me in mind of a zed and two noughts set in a jazz club instead of a zoo. The spoken word "educasatiratorial" aspect of it is very clever, makes me think (related to above) an attenborogh intro would be perfect, "but as for flats only our wobbs has really caught the true essence of these twilight dwelling creatures in the wild..." In a skirmish timeframe!??? Loved. Much.
Great spoken word here; you should do more of it!
I'm liking the meta aspect of this.
The sax solo over the minimal synth is very nice.
Really excellent work here, as usual!
This is way cool with that sax solo, and your delivery is perfection!
Hmm love that synth. Nice work. Gave me a laugh. But the musical elements were strong. Creatively very good and original.
Lovely improvisation! Nice synth work with a surprise visit from Mr. Saxophone! Your spoken commentary is perfect. Reminding us that this, this flat, this minor, this Ebm is saaaad! Nicely done Wobbie!
I love your work. It's so you!
Love the syncopation in the bare rhythmic part. Funny story, performance art to me, very well-done.
😆 😆 😆 If I ever wrote a song in Eb minor I would most certainly regret it - and then I would reach for a capo.
The saxophone is really lovely! Your last line - “The key of regret is full of flats” - carries some real emotional heft. This is thoroughly enjoyable, and it’s fantastic for a skirmish.
E flat minor! Very clever. The synth is evocative and generates a steady feeling of regret. The saxophone was a surprise for me but you did signpost it clearly in the lyrics. The spoken delivery is perfect.