Friday, May 30, 2014

The Firewall Song

Yes, I've been singing again... Enjoy and have a nice weekend :o)


Uncle Al said...
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Uncle Al said...

Superpose flames on the spit shield as self-referential metaphor. Special effects your mouth into your eyes,,xcitefun-5.jpg
one hand jive to punctuate,

and progressively clone yourself and overlay sound tracks. Bee and the Bosons! Given Bob and Alice, are Carol and Ted covert NSA? (BTW, awesome keyboard.)

Giotis said...

You are in a studio?

The neighbors are complaining?

Andrew Thomas said...

Very good, Bee. Haunting dark Scandinavian.

Zephir said...

...Bjork...? ..nah, even better!

Sabine Hossenfelder said...


We have one empty white wall in our apartment (empty if I take off the photos) and that's the wall you keep seeing in my videos and photos. My 'blue' screen is actually a pink blanket. The microphone is standing on a pile of cardboard boxes. (They make a good buffer and are height adjustable, what more do you want?) The neighbors do in fact complain about us, but they do complain about the kids running in the hallway, not about my singing. At least not so far. Best,


Sabine Hossenfelder said...


Strange you would pick the exactly same word 'haunting' that somebody else just used. It's the F that haunts you... I wanted this piece to be in D major, but I can't hit a D very well. The D4 is too low and the D5 is too high, so I ended up back in the middle with an F that doesn't belong in the D major scale. Interestingly, the Swedes produce a lot of good pop music. I read they even offer a university course on songwriting and producing. Best,


Sabine Hossenfelder said...


I don't like Björk's recent work. I quite liked the older stuff, but her lyrics don't speak to me. Best,


Zephir said...

/* It's the F that haunts you... */

Maybe the stony deadly serious facial expression could play a marginal role here too, LOL...;-) Anyway my overall impression from this performance was quite professional.

Sabine Hossenfelder said...

Will try to put on some smiley face next time :)

Bar said...

Wow. Mesmerizing.

Anonymous said...

I liked it. More!

Don Foster said...



I think perhaps your music is in its chrysalis phase and you should be prepared to spread damp wings to unfamiliar breezes.


Calypso, with its strong tradition of contentious and sharp toothed lyric.

Calypso, with its fluid, whole-bodied rhythms.

The possibility of maracas.


DocG said...

The retrospective eventing of the event.

Will never constrain the projective momentum of the moment.

Neil Bates said...

Separated at birth? (or thereabouts):