An old one from the archives, so to speak, with lyrics.
Impromptu performance played on a Casio Privia & captured with one camera - hence the crappy, low level, mono sound.
Song is based on 'Waltz in A-flat' by Johannes Brahms - except that this is in 'G' (ha!)
The Tales Of Passion Poem & album introduced by the gothic animatrix eccentric that doesn't exist.
Made in response to 'a certain local band' copying the title of my 1998 album for one of their recent EPs, but to quote Nicola Tesla;
"I don't care that they stole my idea, but I care that they don't have any of their own."
Cover version (licenced) of the 80's hit by Masquerade, featuring Sharona McArdle.
Featuring Sharona McArdle, this is a synthpop duet where we both sing our gender specific versions of the lyrics simultaneously.
We all have to say goodbye to someone, when we realize we're better off without them in our lives anymore.
It's not easy & can sometimes get rough.
Here's to wishing people would behave as grown-ups should!
Electronic duet with Sharona McArdle
Acoustic version of the electro-rock song, performed by Sharona McArdle.
Feel free to download/re-post this if you can.
Edited version of of the original - which was removed by YouTube in the desperate attempt to hide the truth!
Taking a stand against the campaign for new world order.
Videos can be removed - but the truth cannot be stopped.
Research flat Earth, while you still can!
Tweaked 'full band version' of the award winning song 'Spirit' (Spirit In The Dark) taken from the Alfie Syntauri extended EP.
Hope you like it.
Joe Goudie - Bass guitar, recording & production.
Ian Wilson - Lead & rhythm guitars
Stevie Shanks - drums & percussion
Niall Purseil - vocals & special effects.
Created 4 months, 3 weeks ago.
I'm an Irish songwriting artiste & truth seeker.
Have received radio airplay on both sides of the Atlantic, won an international songwriting competition and toured the UK & Ireland for many years.
Devoted to overthrowing the oligarchy that prevents people like us from gaining honest recognition, through censorship, monopoly & queeny tribalism.
Hope you can enjoy this music.