the art of leaving space

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the art of leaving space

Postby watertore » Sun May 01, 2011 2:26 am

I had a very relaxing day today and my harp called me to play it solo, acoustic, with space. It seems today to be deamed a great player one has to be like a thompson machine gun player. The wall of sound dominates music along with exaggarated tones, dynamics. Very unatural sounding to me. I am of the old school of leaving space, letting the groove make the song, and trying to not mess up that natural rhytm of the universe by polluting it with too many notes. Walter


the groove of space
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in and out lovin
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Re: the art of leaving space

Postby watertore » Sun May 01, 2011 5:44 pm

I recorded these this afternoon with just vocals and harp. More songs involving space and the natural rhythm of life. Walter



the journey to peace

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we live in a world of polluted thoughts

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