|That song I played last time backwards and forwards sped up–did I successfully create a desire for you to hear it regular? Well if so then you are triple-lucky, because you get to hear it THREE TIMES! Forward at regular speed! One produced up, one just guitar and vocals, and one guitar and piano! Tell me what you think! And enjoy!|
|Hear some music made up on the fly. . .and dialogue made up on the fly as well. Learn about truss rods in guitars and b-strings (B-strings)–all right here on the Should Be Famous Podcast!|
|For this episode, I take Luna on a walk.
Oh, and I play a couple of piano ditties I wrote, and a recording of “Love At Home” sung by my daughter, and we talk about Forces. Like gravity and strong and weak nuclear forces and magnetic and electromagnetic forces, and how while we know pretty well what they do, we still don’t really understand HOW they do it.
I think it all goes together quite nicely. See if you think so.
|Today a ditty I like to play on the piano, thoughts on force, and an a cappella arrangement of “Make Our Garden Grow”, written by Richard Wilbur (text) and Leonard Bernstein (music). This arrangement is by Jay Giallombardo, and the recording (for my chorus to learn the song from) is by Ben McDaniel.
I cannot stop singing this song in my head, last couple days.