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I’ve added a couple of new songs to my collection, “Live from Tangled Wire Studios: Improvised Jams” The songs, recorded last week feature Noel Williams on keyboards, Stony Bruce on Guitar, Terry Jimmy Walters, Jr on drums and your truly on Bass. These songs were spontaneous and fun to play. As for the titles, they too were improvised at the time of our recording. Like the other material I post, they are free to download. Enjoy!
I have been lax at posting here of late. See my blog for more recent posts. I am currently working on a new batch of songs. I hope to have new material out in the not too distant future. Please check back often!
In the meantime, here’s a song I recorded a little over a month ago Live at Tangled Wire Studios. “Thank You Cleveland!” is a spontaneous jam featuring Dreaddie Girl on drums, Noel Williams playing synthesized percussion and yours truly playing bass. I am so pleased to be able to capture these unique moments in time. Moments where a group of musicians experience a mental converge and end up creating something unique. Like my other tracks, this is free to download. Enjoy!
I just uploaded my new Inkster release, “Waiting for the Rain.” All the tracks on this release are either new songs, or remixes of songs I put out recently. As usual, the songs are available for free download.
I will have more on this release in the coming days, including information about some of the recordings.
I wrote this song a few years back when I lived in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle. For this recording, I had the assistance of drummer extraordinaire, Ron Carnell. Ron’s percussion work really helped gel everything together nicely.
Song Credits: Written, Recorded and Performed by Marwood Williams
Drums, Percussion, Recorder: Ron Carnell
I have added a new page for live recordings created at Tangled Wire Studios. This page is dedicated to live music created at Tangled Wire. All music and video* on this page will be recorded live performances. It is my goal to do more live performance recording in order to preserve those “magic” moments. I have always been fascinated with the emotional interplay between musicians as a song unfolds.
First up is a spontaneous jam song recorded on November 11th, 2012. This song – and the recording – were not planned. It just happened. “Winter Ale Song” features Noel Williams on Alto Sax, Dreaddie Girl on Drums and yours truly on Bass.
Another example of Live at Tangle Wire is my song, “The Swamp.” This song features David LaVeda on Slide Guitar and yours truly on Guitar and Vocals. This song was recorded back in 2011.
I have added my music to this cool site. Check out NoiseTrade.com for a great selection of free downloadable music.
Here’s another song from my archives:
This version of the song was originally recorded when I moved into my current Tangled Wire Studio digs in the basement of stately Marwood Manor. While it is a primitive recording, (done in Cakewalk Pro Audio 9). at the time I was happy to have this old song idea is a completed form.