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Flicker replied on Another Star in the Sky  24 days ago
 
Thanks, glad you liked it! It was one of those pieces that came all in one lump, as it were. :)
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Flicker replied on Another Star in the Sky  2 months ago
 
:-D
Flicker replied on One Place  2 months ago
 
Thanks Ken, that means a lot coming from a man of your talents! We're big fans of your actually, we love the way you play around with time signatures especially and along with the other guys at Wud Records we've been voting your tracks into the Wud Records Musical Discoveries playlists recently. There's an old and slightly dodgy video of this with outtakes if you fancy it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yt-cdo-Vt4k
Flicker replied on One Place  2 months ago
 
Thanks very much, glad you liked it! Cranky old Yamaha acoustic that took a lot of abuse on the road with electric strings in DADGAD tuning. Lots of tiny bits of tin foil under the strings on the nut. It's subsequently been repaired. :)
Flicker replied on Moonpath  2 months ago
 
Thanks very much, glad you enjoyed it! :)
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Thanks, glad you enjoyed it! :)
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Thanks, glad you enjoyed it! :)
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Flicker replied on The Percolator  5 months ago
 
Thanks Ken, glad you liked it! There's a video of a rather rusty performance of the guitar for this track here if you fancy it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4EzCjSTSyG8
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[New Release] Welcome to the Family by Flicker. Album: At Least 1000 Words (2002) George had made friends with a Hungarian called Floyd who showed...
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[New Release] Tomorrow by Flicker. Album: At Least 1000 Words (2002) Tomorrow was almost called Tomorrow Will Be Better, as it’s good to have some...
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[New Release] Blown Away by Flicker. Album: At Least 1000 Words (2002) Blown Away is a piece that is about surprise, although it actually contains...
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Flicker replied on Or Maybe Not...?  6 months ago
 
Thanks! :)
Flicker replied on Or Maybe Not...?  6 months ago
 
Thanks Nick, glad you liked it! Recorded the bass at about 7am after an all-nighter and the guitar needs a fifth finger (i.e. thumb) on the LH to fret a couple of the chords. A bit unconventional but when needs must... :)
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by Flicker
Released 24 days ago
Instrumental, Rock, Progressive Rock, Alternative Rock, World Music, Acoustic, Jazz, Folk, Blues, Soundtrack, Theme Tune, Film Score, Alternative . Art Rock, Acoustic Rock
Aeroplane by Flicker. Album: At Least 1000 Words (2002) Aeroplane is a tune composed in a non-standard guitar tuning. It uses DADFCE (Dm9) and was the first tune George wrote upon moving to Prague. Phil the Fiddle played some lovely soaring thermals in it during their frequent performances on the Charles Bridge. When it was time to record the piece, no fiddle player was available, so Lucy did much of the same kind of thing on her awesome 150-year-old blonde cello, which shook the whole room. Music by G. Davies/D. Danielli/P. Jones/L. Welsman. Copyright © 2002 Wud Records. Copyright ℗ 2002 Explicit Music. Recorded, engineered, produced and mixed by Flicker at The Old Mill Studios, Silverton; Clark's Cottage, West Putford; and Chiseldon House, Exeter. Mastered by Dave. Remastered at Wud Records Studio One. Performers: George: guitars Dave: Plank, drums, synth, keys, samples Lucy: cello Download from Bandcamp: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/track/aeroplane Download album: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/album/at-least-1000-words Work in progress: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/album/happysad More about Flicker: http://www.wudrecords.co.uk/artists/flicker/ http://www.explicitmusic.co.uk/lyrics-information/flicker Socials: http://www.facebook.com/flickermusic http://twitter.com/flickermusic https://twitter.com/WudRecords
by Flicker
Released 24 days ago
Instrumental, Rock, Progressive Rock, Alternative Rock, World, Acoustic, Jazz, Folk, Blues, Soundtrack, Theme Tune, Film Score, Alternative, Art Rock, Instrumental Rock, Latin Rock, Latin Jazz, Acoustic Rock
Oily Road Hideaway by Flicker. Album: At Least 1000 Words (2002) Oily Road Hideaway was written after being stuck near Stonehenge on the A303 for several hours while a breakdown recovery service tried not too hard and with little joy to come to the rescue. One would have thought there were not too many roads called the A303 in that area. Nevertheless it took about 10 hours to get back home. As a consequence of the breakdown Floyd’s wedding was missed by several. This tune was the first thing George played when he arrived back home, having had no sleep at all the night before. It was rather unglorious. The Hideaway was also the name of the club where the Live Stage used to put on bands in Torquay. The stranded people in the car were all the Live Stage posse. This is the only remaining tune with a drum machine program on the album after It Starts Right Here was dropped. It also has a two-string lead guitar part, so if ever you’re at a party and find a broken guitar, you can play… this! Martyn from Pyg built the string fish himself and kindly loaned it for this recording. Oily Road Hideaway contains twin bass guitars which are panned apart from each other in the stereo spectrum. Dave plays his Fender and George plays The Plank. Music by G. Davies/D. Danielli. Copyright © 2002 Wud Records. Copyright ℗ 2002 Explicit Music. Recorded, engineered, produced and mixed by Flicker at The Old Mill Studios, Silverton; Clark's Cottage, West Putford; and Chiseldon House, Exeter. Mastered by Dave. Remastered at Wud Records Studio One. Performers: George: guitars, Plank, string fish, synths Dave: bass, percussion, keys, programming Lucy - cello Download from Bandcamp: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/track/oily-road-hideaway Download album: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/album/at-least-1000-words Work in progress: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/album/happysad More about Flicker: http://www.wudrecords.co.uk/artists/flicker/ http://www.explicitmusic.co.uk/lyrics-information/flicker Socials: http://www.facebook.com/flickermusic http://twitter.com/flickermusic https://twitter.com/WudRecords
by Flicker
Released 2 months ago
Instrumental, Rock, Progressive Rock, Alternative Rock, Jazz, Soundtrack, Theme Tune, Film Score, Alternative
Hair and Eyes by Flicker. Album: At Least 1000 Words (2002) Sometimes, if a person has especially beautiful hair and eyes, it is impossible for a person attracted to said delicious morsel of loveliness to see beyond their beautiful hair or eyes. It is not possible for them to realise that there is in fact a whole person there, with things like a character, a soul, intelligence, a sense of humour, aspiration, even... a nose. This piece is a reminder to the wilfully blind that there is sometimes more to a person than just the superficial. The gunshot was always too quiet until the final mix, when it was suddenly far too loud. There are sections of 7/8 time although mostly this piece is in the key of Am in common time. At the very end, the EDP Wasp says "Wud wud wud wud wud wud wud!", which we thought was awesome. Music by G. Davies/D. Danielli. Copyright © 2002 Wud Records. Copyright ℗ 2002 Explicit Music. Recorded, engineered, produced and mixed by Flicker at The Old Mill Studios, Silverton; Clark's Cottage, West Putford; and Chiseldon House, Exeter. Mastered by Dave. Remastered at Wud Records Studio One. Performers: George: guitars, Plank, synths, EDP Wasp Dave: drums, analogue synth Download from Bandcamp: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/track/hair-and-eyes Download album: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/album/at-least-1000-words Work in progress: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/album/happysad More about Flicker: http://www.wudrecords.co.uk/artists/flicker/ http://www.explicitmusic.co.uk/lyrics-information/flicker Socials: http://www.facebook.com/flickermusic http://twitter.com/flickermusic https://twitter.com/WudRecords
by Flicker
Released 2 months ago
Instrumental, Rock, Progressive Rock, Alternative Rock, World, Acoustic, Jazz, Blues, Soundtrack, Theme Tune, Film Score, Alternative
Another Star in the Sky by Flicker. Album: At Least 1000 Words (2002) Another Star in the Sky was almost named Another Scar in the Sty due to an outburst of mispronunciation, which would have been appropriate in some ways as George and Dave were the bassist and drummer for a kick-ass folk band called Pyg for some time. Another Star in the Sky was dedicated to George’s father who passed away around the time of its creation. In the evening of the day when Mr Davies senior died, the sky was cloudy and only one star could be seen. Music by G. Davies/D. Danielli. Copyright © 2002 Wud Records. Copyright ℗ 2002 Explicit Music. Recorded, engineered, produced and mixed by Flicker at The Old Mill Studios, Silverton; Clark's Cottage, West Putford; and Chiseldon House, Exeter. Recording assistant: Dan Davies. Mastered by Dave. Remastered at Wud Records Studio One. Performers: George - guitars, keys, synths, percussion Dave - Plank, drums Lucy - cello Download from Bandcamp: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/track/another-star-in-the-sky Download album: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/album/at-least-1000-words Work in progress: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/album/happysad More about Flicker: http://www.wudrecords.co.uk/artists/flicker/ http://www.explicitmusic.co.uk/lyrics-information/flicker Socials: http://www.facebook.com/flickermusic http://twitter.com/flickermusic https://twitter.com/WudRecords
by Flicker
Released 3 months ago
Instrumental, Rock, Alternative Rock, World, Acoustic, Jazz, Folk, Soundtrack, Theme Tune, Film Score, Alternative
One Place by Flicker. Album: At Least 1000 Words (2002) One Place was another piece written for acoustic guitar by George in Prague. It was largely composed under an archway opposite the entrance to a bar called Chapeau Rouge, between Staroměstská and Náměstí Republiky. It uses the tuning DADGAD and first became manifest in the late spring of 1997. One Place was inspired by a Polish drinking game of the same name. Both players must sit cross-legged in the lotus position and stare intently into both eyes of the other player simultaneously, for as long as possible, without blinking or breaking off the gaze. Becoming hypnotised is permitted. One Place is also dedicated to the idea that making music or art of any type necessitates being in a special place to which you can go - essentially all the same place whatever the form of expression - and accessing that place when the artist is ‘in the zone’. Music by G. Davies/D. Danielli/L. Welsman. Copyright © 2002 Wud Records. Copyright ℗ 2002 Explicit Music. Performers: George: guitar Dave: tabla, maracas Lucy: cello Download from Bandcamp: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/track/one-place Dowload album: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/album/at-least-1000-words Work in progress: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/album/happysad More about Flicker: http://www.wudrecords.co.uk/artists/flicker/ http://www.explicitmusic.co.uk/lyrics-information/flicker Socials: http://www.facebook.com/flickermusic http://twitter.com/flickermusic https://twitter.com/WudRecords Acoustic guitar video (with out-takes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yt-cdo-Vt4k
by Flicker
Released 3 months ago
Instrumental, Rock, Progressive Rock, Alternative Rock, World, Jazz, Soundtrack, Theme Tune, Film Score, Alternative
Phoenix in the Bin by Flicker. Album: At Least 1000 Words (2002) Phoenix In The Bin is a situation that will change. How on earth do you fit a phoenix into a bin? Do you suppose it will stay there long? What will happen when it escapes? This piece tries to examine these issues. Originally this tune was just a groove with a working title of In the Bin. Somehow the image of the phoenix seemed an appropriate addition. The section with the heavy cellos was the result of a splendid jam between Dave and George which was never again properly recaptured, however hard they tried. Music by G. Davies/D. Danielli/L. Welsman. Copyright © 2002 Wud Records. Copyright ℗ 2002 Explicit Music. Performers: George: guitars, samples Dave: Plank, drums Lucy: cello Samples: thewavplace.com Download from Bandcamp: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/track/phoenix-in-the-bin Dowload album: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/album/at-least-1000-words Work in progress: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/album/happysad More about Flicker: http://www.wudrecords.co.uk/artists/flicker/ http://www.explicitmusic.co.uk/lyrics-information/flicker Socials: http://www.facebook.com/flickermusic http://twitter.com/flickermusic https://twitter.com/WudRecords
by Flicker
Released 4 months ago
Instrumental, Rock, Progressive Rock, Alternative Rock, World, Jazz, Soundtrack, Theme Tune, Film Score, Alternative, Reggae, Indie
Lucky Stone by Flicker. Album: At Least 1000 Words (2002) Lucky Stone is about two things. It describes a day at the seaside with a friend and a souvenir from that day which lived in the dashboard of George’s car. This piece also describes a fortunate and unexpected encounter with a certain trader who had an excess of goods he could impart. Note: no ducks were harmed in the making of this tune... although it was close. Music by G. Davies/D. Danielli Copyright © 2002 Wud Records. Copyright ℗ 2002 Explicit Music. Performers: George: guitars, keys, synths, samples Dave: bass, drums, percussion Samples: thewavplace.com, the wildlife and nature of Sidmouth sea front Download from Bandcamp: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/track/lucky-stone Dowload album: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/album/at-least-1000-words Work in progress: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/album/happysad More about Flicker here: http://www.wudrecords.co.uk/artists/flicker/ More here too: http://www.explicitmusic.co.uk/lyrics-information/flicker http://www.facebook.com/flickermusic http://twitter.com/flickermusic https://twitter.com/WudRecords
by Flicker
Released 4 months ago
Instrumental, Rock, Progressive Rock, Alternative Rock, World, Acoustic, Jazz, Folk, Blues, Soundtrack, Theme Tune, Film Score, Alternative, Latin
Week Five by Flicker. Album: At Least 1000 Words (2002) Week Five is a tune that George wrote around the time of his TEFL course. It was a four week course, and Week Five is all the stuff that happens to you as a teacher after completing that initial course of training. The sound of the Prague Metro was recorded on George’s tape recorder that he used during his teaching. He simply pressed record and left the thing running as he went from his digs at the Hotel Opatov to the office of his school in Albertov to capture some sounds of the city. George's friend Genevieve appeared and sat beside him and proceeded to chatter away for the entire journey, unaware of any recording going on. Music by G. Davies/D. Danielli Copyright © 2002 Wud Records. Copyright ℗ 2002 Explicit Music. Performers: George: guitars, samples Dave: bass, dums, djembe, calve, EDP Wasp Samples: the Prague Metro Download from Bandcamp: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/track/week-five Dowload album: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/album/at-least-1000-words Work in progress: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/album/happysad More about Flicker here: http://www.wudrecords.co.uk/artists/flicker/ More here too: http://www.explicitmusic.co.uk/lyrics-information/flicker http://www.facebook.com/flickermusic http://twitter.com/flickermusic https://twitter.com/WudRecords
by Flicker
Released 5 months ago
Instrumental, Rock, Progressive Rock, Alternative Rock, Acoustic, Jazz, Soundtrack, Theme Tune, Film Score, Alternative
Welcome to the Family by Flicker. Album: At Least 1000 Words (2002) George had made friends with a Hungarian called Floyd who showed him a new chord from a Portuguese sea shanty, from which this piece grew. When George was headhunted by the MD of the company Floyd worked for, Floyd gave him a copy of Mario Puzzo’s book The Godfather, and wrote ‘Welcome to the family!’ inside the front cover. Obviously this piece in Am could have no other name. Music by G. Davies/D. Danielli/F. Zoboki/A. Celestine. Copyright © 2002 Wud Records. Copyright ℗ 2002 Explicit Music. Performers: George: guitars Dave: bass, drums, keys, synths Download from Bandcamp: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/track/welcome-to-the-family Dowload album: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/album/at-least-1000-words Work in progress: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/album/happysad More about Flicker here: http://www.wudrecords.co.uk/artists/flicker/ More here too: http://www.explicitmusic.co.uk/lyrics-information/flicker http://www.facebook.com/flickermusic http://twitter.com/flickermusic https://twitter.com/WudRecords
by Flicker
Released 5 months ago
Instrumental, Rock, Progressive Rock, Alternative Rock, Instrumental Rock, Soundtrack, Theme Tune, Film Score, Alternative
Tomorrow by Flicker. Album: At Least 1000 Words (2002) Tomorrow was almost called Tomorrow Will Be Better, as it’s good to have something to look forward to when one is feeling glum. This is a tune of hope. "Smile in the teeth of adversity." "Tweak the nose of terror." It is in the key of E, and towards the end changes to the key of A. Music by G. Davies/D. Danielli. Copyright © 2002 Wud Records. Copyright ℗ 2002 Explicit Music. Performers: George: guitars Dave: bass, drums Download from Bandcamp: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/track/tomorrow Dowload album: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/album/at-least-1000-words Work in progress: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/album/happysad More about Flicker here: http://www.wudrecords.co.uk/artists/flicker/ More here too: http://www.explicitmusic.co.uk/lyrics-information/flicker http://www.facebook.com/flickermusic http://twitter.com/flickermusic https://twitter.com/WudRecords
by Flicker
Released 6 months ago
Instrumental, Rock, Progressive Rock, Alternative Rock, Soundtrack, Theme Tune, Film Score, Alternative, Classic Rock, Indie Rock, Instrumental Rock
Blown Away by Flicker. Album: At Least 1000 Words (2002) Blown Away is a piece that is about surprise, although it actually contains few true surprises. Sometimes one imagines one is stood firmly upon solid rock, yet when one wakes from one’s delusions it can clearly seen that said rock is actually quicksand. This piece is in the key of E. All the guitars were tracked using the Ice Maiden through the ancient Marshall and Dave played the bass on the Fender. Music by G. Davies/D. Danielli. Copyright © 2002 Wud Records. Copyright ℗ 2002 Explicit Music. Performers: George: guitars, synths Dave: bass, drums Download from Bandcamp: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/track/blown-away Dowload album: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/album/at-least-1000-words Work in progress: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/album/happysad More about Flicker here: http://www.wudrecords.co.uk/artists/flicker/ More here too: http://www.explicitmusic.co.uk/lyrics-information/flicker http://www.facebook.com/flickermusic http://twitter.com/flickermusic https://twitter.com/WudRecords
by Flicker
Released 6 months ago
Instrumental, Rock, Progressive Rock, Alternative Rock, World, Acoustic, Jazz, Folk, Blues, Soundtrack, Theme Tune, Film Score, Alternative
The Percolator by Flicker. Album: At Least 1000 Words (2002) The Percolator was written largely by Dave and modified by George. George composed and scored the flute part for Emma after his guitar part. It seems to be about the vague imaginings one might have that manifest into more coherent thought after musing has occured. This may be nonsense though, Dave wrote it and maybe it was just some tune - hard to know as nobody has seen anything of him for years, A lot of this piece is in a slow 11/8 time - count 1-2-1-2-3-1-2-3-1-2-3 for the main theme. One of the keys to unlocking this piece is to follow the claive. It plays on every other beat, so sometimes it is on the beat and sometimes off. Music by G. Davies/D. Danielli. Copyright © 2002 Wud Records. Copyright ℗ 2002 Explicit Music. George: guitars Dave: bass, percussion Emma: flute Download from Bandcamp: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/track/the-percolator Dowload album: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/album/at-least-1000-words Work in progress: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/album/happysad More about Flicker here: http://www.wudrecords.co.uk/artists/flicker/ More here too: http://www.explicitmusic.co.uk/lyrics-information/flicker http://www.facebook.com/flickermusic http://twitter.com/flickermusic https://twitter.com/WudRecords Video of George playing the acoustic guitar part, with out-takes: www.youtube.com/watch?v=4EzCjSTSyG8 "And now...!"
by Flicker
Released 7 months ago
Instrumental, Rock, Progressive Rock, Alternative Rock, World, Acoustic, Jazz, Folk, Blues, Soundtrack, Theme Tune, Film Score, Alternative
Beautiful Wings by Flicker. Album: At Least 1000 Words (2002). Fun Facts: Black Sabbath once told us that fairies wear boots. We can confirm that this statement is absolutely true. Beautiful Wings is another Flicker tune written using DADFCE tuning on acoustic guitar. It is dedicated to George’s girlfriend at the time of it being written, which was around the time of the solar eclipse in 1999. She often wore fairy wings, and if she walked past something and brushed her wings against it, she would then hold the wing, grimace, and complain of a having terrible wing-ache. During the solar eclipse of 1999 this same person told a member of the public how she had grown them, which was highly entertaining and well worthy of a tune. The conversation went like this. P: Where did you get your beautiful wings? GGF: Well... when I was a very small fairy I had these two funny little stumps on my shoulder blades, and then suddenly one day, I woke up and these two beautiful wings had grown. P: Huh. Come on, where did you get them, really? GGF: (stamping her foot in indignation) I just told you where! P: (a little wide-eyed) ... Music by G. Davies/D. Danielli/L. Welsman/E. Williams Copyright © 2002 Wud Records. Copyright ℗ 2002 Explicit Music. Performers: George: guitar, synths, samples Dave: Plank, drums Lucy: cello, keys Emma: flute Samples: hollywoodedge.com, The Double Locks Hotel, Exeter Download from Bandcamp: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/track/beautiful-wings Dowload album: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/album/at-least-1000-words Work in progress: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/album/happysad More about Flicker here: http://www.wudrecords.co.uk/artists/flicker/ More here too: http://www.explicitmusic.co.uk/lyrics-information/flicker http://www.facebook.com/flickermusic http://twitter.com/flickermusic https://twitter.com/WudRecords
by Flicker
Released 7 months ago
Instrumental, Rock, Progressive Rock, Alternative Rock, World, Jazz, Soundtrack, Theme Tune, Film Score, Alternative, Neo-Classical
Or Maybe Not...? by Flicker. Album: At Least 1000 Words (2002). Or Maybe Not…? is a piece about uncertainty, the ending of one thing and the beginning of the next, fears and insecurities, and the notion that perhaps we never really know each other very well at all. Or is it? All of the guitar was played on the Ice Maiden, using the neck pickup. The player needs to use the fret-hand thumb as a fifth finger to hold down some of the chords. The bass was played on The Plank. Music by G. Davies/D. Danielli. Copyright © 2002 Wud Records. Copyright ℗ 2002 Explicit Music. Performers: George: guitar, bass, keys, synths, percussion Dave: drums Download from Bandcamp: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/track/or-maybe-not Dowload album: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/album/at-least-1000-words Work in progress: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/album/happysad More about Flicker here: http://www.wudrecords.co.uk/artists/flicker/ More here too: http://www.explicitmusic.co.uk/lyrics-information/flicker http://www.facebook.com/flickermusic http://twitter.com/flickermusic https://twitter.com/WudRecords
by Flicker
Released 8 months ago
Instrumental, Rock, Progressive Rock, Alternative Rock, Jazz, Soundtrack, Theme Tune, Film Score, Alternative.
Farsight by Flicker. Album: At Least 1000 Words (2002) Farsight was a piece that George wrote around March 1995 during the days of The Ug Brothers. Originally there were words for it too, then Dave wrote some other words, then The Ug Brothers split before they ever really nailed it. This was a great shame as it was one of the band’s collective favourites and one of the last new pieces they worked upon. This instrumental version seemed to be a convenient resolution and is largely true to the original. Music by G. Davies/D. Danielli/G. Barbe/N. Board. Copyright © 2002 Wud Records. Copyright ℗ 1995 Explicit Music. George: guitars, synths, keys, samples Dave: bass, drums, samples Samples: Guru Maharaj Ji, Jonathan Agnew, stinsv.com Download from Bandcamp: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/track/farsight Dowload album: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/album/at-least-1000-words Work in progress: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/album/happysad More about Flicker here: http://www.wudrecords.co.uk/artists/flicker/ More here too: http://www.explicitmusic.co.uk/lyrics-information/flicker http://www.facebook.com/flickermusic http://twitter.com/flickermusic https://twitter.com/WudRecords
by Flicker
Released 8 months ago
Instrumental, Instrumental Rock, Rock, Progressive Rock, Alternative Rock, Soundtrack, Theme Tune, Film Score, Alternative
Moonpath by Flicker. Album: At Least 1000 Words (2002) After dark, when the moon is low in the sky, it makes a road to itself all the way along the sea. If you are heavier than a duck, more than just your feet will get wet when you embark along this road, or Moonpath, as we called it. The guitar was played using the Ice Maiden, with the main rhythm guitar (melody and origin) of the track doubled up left and right. The bass was played on The Plank, which is tuned B-E-A-D. Music by G. Davies/D. Danielli. Copyright © 2002 Wud Records. Copyright ℗ 2002 Explicit Music. George: guitars, bass, synths, percussion Dave: drums, djembe Download from Bandcamp: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/track/moonpath Dowload album: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/album/at-least-1000-words Work in progress: https://wudrecords.bandcamp.com/album/happysad More about Flicker here: http://www.wudrecords.co.uk/artists/flicker/ More here too: http://www.explicitmusic.co.uk/lyrics-information/flicker http://www.facebook.com/flickermusic http://twitter.com/flickermusic https://twitter.com/WudRecords