"How Deep Is Your Love" is a pop ballad written and recorded by the Bee Gees in 1977. The song was used as part of the soundtrack to the film Saturday Night Fever.
This classic is dedicated to peoples who want to fall deeper in love.
Love and learn, and know that this world tends to tempt us into seemingly greener pastures, but know that love is the greatest of all.
More importantly, do not be afraid of what the world is turning into, live it and turn to love for growth and prosperity, and peace!!!!
For all the dreamers and the lovers of this wonderful world!
There is hope and love.
Life and love is a journey, and like a living organism, both has to be tended to and fed.
This song is especially dedicated to my lovely wife, Mimi!!!
Original composition by Rene A, JUN 2022.
"A Song for You" is a song written and originally recorded by rock singer and pianist Leon Russell for his first solo album Leon Russell, which was released in 1970 on Shelter Records. A slow, pained plea for forgiveness and understanding from an estranged lover, the tune is one of Russell's best-known compositions.
This song is dedicated to all Dads, past and present!
Happy Father's Day to all loving and understanding fathers of our world!!!
Peace and love!!!
Genesis, an English rock band, released "Trick of the Tail" album in 1976.
The second track from this album - "Entangled".
"Entangled" originated from a piece by Steve Hackett that Tony Banks particularly liked and went on to write the chorus and closing synthesizer solo. Hackett also wrote the lyrics which Phil Collins thought had a Mary Poppins feel to them.
This song is dedicated to all music lovers of this world, peace and love to all peoples!!!
This song is composed by "feaker", an online friend who I am currently collaborating with.
Lyrics and melody are his, I just tweaked some words and a tiny bit of melody, jus enough to put my stamp on it.
I love the happy and hopeful message of this song, timely for all the unthinkable events around the world.
This song is dedicated to all peoples experiencing sadness and trauma in their lives.
My thoughts and heart is with all of you!!!
"I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry" is a song written and recorded by American country music singer-songwriter Hank Williams in 1949.
This Is For All The Lonely People!!!
Title: I Am The Mother Of God, Praying For You
Lyrics: Dan Vi Nguyen, Rene Asologuitar and Richard Schletty.
Melody: Rene Asologuitar.
This song is dedicated to all the peoples of the world, especially to all non-believers, to the lost, to the outcasts, to the seekers, and to all peoples who need prayers and love!
"Onward" is solely credited to YES bassist Chris Squire, who had produced a demo version of the song on vocals and piano and presented it to the band.
This song is requested by, and dedicated to Chris Sanchez, a good friend who helped me with my recording set-up. Chris has been introducing me to songs I have not listened to before, and this beautiful song is one that I missed, and now, love!!!
New one upbeat hard rock. I used Apollo Twin X for all tracks (except drums) and mostly UAD plugins with SM57 and a AT4047s. Mixed in logic X. Anything glaring anyone notices please feel free to point it out a little close to this mix now
This is another recent track I've been working on. Used my tele and some Bias Amp 2 plugins for the amp simulation. All drums were programmed in EZDrummer, and bass in EZBass. Mixed on a pair of DT990 Pro headphones (like the other track I recently posted); unfortunately I don't have the space for decent monitors. I sometimes find the DT990s a bit difficult to mix bass well on (usually I mix it in too loud). Hopefully I nailed it more or less here?
Overall I was aiming for a kind of 'juxtaposed Zappa' sound..
Thanks for any listens and/or feedback.