A fitting song being that the song is about being the last day of January and how the snow is rolling out with the memories. Have a great weekend.
I can’t believe it’s been two months already!! Is it really March? I’m psyched that I’ve managed to write and record 59 songs during that time. It’s been easy at times and it’s been a real pisser a few times.
February was another snowy and cold month, which meant lots of interesting days doing curbside recycling. I had a pretty good time for the most part. And this song a day thing has forced me to itemize every second of my day. I’m left wondering however, when do my aching hands get a rest?
2 months in 306 songs to go!!!
Snowed in again today. The snow this year has been massive. I hate it for all my friends in the golf industry.
Reem’s Creek, the course I play a lot has been closed for months.
Anyway, that has nothing to do with today’s song. I actually wrote music for four songs, playing the drum parts and everything but this is the one I ended up putting words to.
“Sooner or Later” ended up being an old soul sounding song about getting someone who’s had their heart-broken, back out to meet people again.
This song is the direct descention from listening to a biographical analysis of “Buddha” on CD during my drive back up from Morganton to Asheville today.
It also seems like a good start to February. I feel like I’m getting a whole new start with my songs.
Listen to “Karma Dharma” below
I have made it a month! 31 songs in 31 days. It’s interesting to see the trends I’ve had.
I wrote songs in 17 different major and minor keys
9 out of 31 of the songs were slow. In the first few weeks I wrote a bunch of slow songs before getting into dance mode in the late part of the month.
There’s three or four stinkers in there I’ll admit, but I look at each song at least as a learning experience.
There’s actually about 8 or 9 really good ones which is encouraging. “Snow Day”, “Sunday Afternoon Blues”, “Scratches in the Woodgrain”, “Glass Pack Mufflers & Overhead Cams” (super huge), “Heavy Metal Nice Guy”, “Hot Cold & Out of Control”, “Country Boy Funk in the City” are some of the best.
Although my personal favorite is still “The Sweetest Thing is Everything”. What can I say, I love those french horns.
“Snowy Mix of Memories” is a reflection on January and trying to make time move a little slower.
Thanks for listening, 11 months to go!!!!