Here’s the latest song drop from “Mister Nobody.” Today we have the title track, along with a short “Prelude.” Enjoy!
Here’s my latest song from “Mister Nobody.” It’s a traditional Country/Americana, complete with a lap steel guitar, called “The Burden of Leaving.” Enjoy!
Here’s the 2nd Song from my new release, Mister Nobody, “Trying to Do Right.”
There’s an “edited” version too, without the ambient introduction:
As with my other music, these songs are free to stream and download. More songs coming soon!
While there has been sparse activity on this site, behind the scenes there’s a lot of stuff happening.
I reissued my old project from 2011 “Yearly Orbital Band’s” Soundscape No.1. I uploaded a high quality wav track to my Bandcamp page. (See below.)
I also uploaded my “Live From Tangled Wire Studio” releases to Jamendo
Over the last several months, I have been working on a new batch of songs. I am not sure when the next release will be. I may release some single tracks as I figure out my final cut for my album release. In the meantime, please check back for updates and don’t hesitate contacting me
Here’s a new release of improvised jam songs from Tangled Wire Studio, Besides me, this collection features Noel Williams on Saxophone and Keyboards, Stony Bruce on Electric Guitar, Terry Jimmy Walters, Jr. on Drums and an appearance by John Yobinski on Bass.
What I like about these songs is their spontaneity. They developed on the fly with no planning or discussion. Like all my other releases, these tracks are licensed under Creative Commons and free to download. Enjoy!
Another year is about to fade away into the dustbin of our memories. New Year’s eve is always a good time to reflect on the past year and contemplate the hope and possibility of the coming year.
2015 was a mixed year for me. On the positive side of things, I released this record:
I am encouraged by some of the feedback I have received and the number of downloads and streams it has received on various sites across the interwebs.
On the other hand, I have all these other ideas that I had hoped to realize over the last twelve months that have not yet made it to fruition. That’ is where the possibility and clean slate of the New Year comes in. After the clock strikes midnight, let us all strive to move forward and realize our dreams and aspirations. I sincerely wish that everyone has a wonderful 2016.
Happy New Year and Peace on Earth!
After all the work and effort I am happy to announce the release of my new record, “Eyes Once Shut.” Like my other releases, it;’s availble for free download with a Creative Common’s license. Enjoy!
I have been busy working on a group of songs for my new release. The tentative title for the new album is “Eyes Once Shut,” which I hope to put out in early 2015. Here’s a song that will be part of it, “Beverly Drive.” Like all my other songs, this one is licensed by the and the Creative Commons download is free. Enjoy!
Well we made it through 2013 and we have a 2014 ahead of us. I hope it’s a peaceful and creative year for everyone. Remember what’s important and cherish the time you have with your friends and loved ones.
With that, I present a newly mastered version of one of my favorite songs, “I’m So Glad You’re My Friend.”
I created this video using old public domain footage from the Internet Archive. I am
happy with the results and hopefully, you will enjoy it too.
The song, “Shop ‘Til You Drop” is from my last release, “Waiting for the Rain,” and is available for free download. Written and performed by Marwood Williams. Featuring Ron Carnell on Drums and percussion and Noel Williams on Back up vocals.