Saturday, December 02, 2006

Night Is Light

Night Is Light

(Wall-Sookman)

An early Osmium track, blatantly attempting to capture some of that Moody Blues magic. John makes with the 12-string to great effect, and I try to stay on pitch. Sook contributes the amazingly Graeme Edge-like poetry in the middle and Scott Hewitt adds his contribution in the form of the opening yawn, which could be described as self-commentary if you were waggishly inclined. Dave fills in the rest and makes it sound like we were hoping for, as usual.

Al: Vox, Keys
John: Guitars
Sook: Inner Rap
Scott: Yawn
Dave: Drums, Bass

4 Comments:

Blogger JohnnyLeed said...

This was always a favorite of mine to play on the guitar - lots of chord changes and texture. I like the way it came out here...

4:35 PM  
Blogger JohnnyLeed said...

This was always a favorite of mine to play on the guitar - lots of chord changes and texture. I like the way it came out here...

4:35 PM

4:40 PM  
Blogger Allan said...

It really is a fine tune with nice embellishments from all who particiapted. This is why bands are good...

10:57 PM  
Blogger Scott said...

Yes, actually Graeme Edge meets Gene Wilder as Willy Wonka poetry break.

5:09 AM  

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