DEMO TRACK: The Karma Of The Gun from A Balkan Tale

21 Jan

I’m going to post some of the demos from the A Balkan Tale, the live band project i’m working on (and must complete before we return to steampunky fairy tales). I’ll post the first 5 tracks totally 25 minutes, but i’m going to start out of order with the track i’ve been working on this past week.

It is important to remember that this is a demo. Normally, when i post a demo, it REALLY REALLY close to what the finished track will sound like, minus terrible scratch vocals. In this case, the demo really is a demo made in a home studio, meant to be played by a live band. Imagine these tracks actually played by a group of actual, good musicians. Not just all done on a keyboard in a home studio, brought to life and interpreted by a band. A Balkan rock band that i will put together.

That’s what this demo is for. For the band to learn from. It should also be mentioned that anything that sounds even vaguely like soloing would of course be up to the musician playing. The violinist, for instance would never bother to learn the noodly bits i do, they would do their own, far superior noodling.

The band will be drums, bass, guitar, keys, accordion, and violin.


Posted by on January 21, 2016 in Uncategorized


2 responses to “DEMO TRACK: The Karma Of The Gun from A Balkan Tale

  1. lmchamorro

    January 22, 2016 at 5:58 pm


  2. lmchamorro

    January 22, 2016 at 6:03 pm

    I’m really glad I’ve found your work. Just listened to this demo. It’s amazing how your songs evoke whole histories in my head! And they’re really well crafted.
    I’m looking forward for Avalon too. It carries such a mystical name that reminds me of deeds and freedom, as I’ve read in Zimmer Bradley’s Mists of Avalon. Great job, my fellow. You have a new fan now.


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