Posted by MWBailey on Thursday, July 3, 2008
Okay, here I go on this newfangled Blog thingy. I've had other personal homepages before, but this is the first blog I've ever tried... Poor thing looked lonely sitting there on the page with nothing on it...Poor lil naked bloggy thang.
Oh! What did I do just now? Ok, I uploaded another mp3, and...I started this blog. Wow, not much text to writing that, is there...(lol).
OK, OK, that mp3 I just uploaded. That makes a whopping total of TWO mp3's in my whatever-its-called-with-the-mp3's-in-it thing. Wow, gonna have to get a shoehorn...
I already explained it in the music archive entry, but maybe a little warning should still be given for "Seneca Rave Dance." (Yeesh, what a cheesy title. That's what happens when you let me loose with the creative impetus).
Anyway, as is probably obvious, it's not REALLY a "rave" tune. It's just Seneca Square Dance, recorded with distortion and echo effects, and an attempt to create a sort of "chorus" effect (using the term loosely).
I came up with the name from the fact that I had seen that "xXx" movie starring Vin Diesel; remem-ber the rave club in that movie? I thought, in my own charmingly naive way, that if they had played banjo music there, it would have sounded like my lil jewel. So, yeah, I've never been to a rave or a rave club. It's that obvious, is it?...
The file is about one, maybe two years old, and as I mentioned in the archive entry, I mentioned to a friend yesterday that I had recorded several pieces of banjo music with distortion. I posted it here, so that he could find it. Yeah, ok, I admit it. I wanted to show it off to the BHO people too.
Time for a little shameless pleading:
If you like one of my recordings, please say so via the lil "comment" link, and click those lil star-row rating things for however many stars (dollops of musical goodness, I guess) you think it deserves.
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