A song for D-Day
At a quarter past midnight on June 6
th 1944, men from D Company, 2nd (Airborne) Battalion, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry landed in Normandy by glider, spear-heading the invasion Allied invasion of Europe. Continue reading
‘Ciné Qua Non’, as everybody knows, is Latin for ‘
publish video on Youtube or not’.
In my case, as a determined late adopter, (see
here for instance) the answer has been ‘not’. Until now. Continue reading
Song writers have to be prepared to answer these two questions ad nauseam:
“How do you go about writing songs?” and “What comes first, the words or the music?”
Here’s a song which is some years old but only recently mixed. It grew out of a hallucinatory experience I had one night while lying in a hospital bed not feeling all that well really.
The picture is part of A Cornfield by Moonlight with the Evening Star by Samuel Palmer, an artist who was influenced by William Blake. Continue reading