Yet another song from ‘Risky Biscuits’. This is a love song with a big chorus featuring the great Andrej Kurti on violin. Dwayne Wallace does double duty replacing my normal choppy piano playing with his great skills (he also plays bass). I’ve always felt this one hasn’t quite reached it’s fully potential and may get a rewrite and record in the future. Thanks for listening!
This song was a lot of fun to record live in Elixir studios way back in 2003. John Wayne Tuggle on slide, Dwayne Wallace on bass, Andrej Kurti on violin and Wilma on backing vocals. Peter Fancher on the board in the control room. This song also has a good message that I try to remember from time to time. Thanks for listening!
I’m obviously still on my ‘Einstein’ kick. He was definitely a remarkable man and an incredible violinist to boot. To be able to mathematically map out the Universe is pretty sharp. He was a nice guy with a very funny dry wit (when he wasn’t working).
Anyway, that’s probably where this song got it’s start. I sat down in front of the computer after a big day recycling down the mountain and once again something popped out (musically that is). Thanks for listening!!