The Oliver Moore Band presents...Deep Grave. From the album "Graceful Recovery".
Deep Grave Can you lend a shovel my way Enslaved That’s the term they use for those Buried with me
But that’s not me I claw myself a tunnel As I make my way back home Scrambling over bodies In the dark with those like me Who have failed to find their shovel Even in the blinding power of your light, Deep grave
Just breathe I think I see the sun above Don’t shove I think there is someone downhere Tugging on my sleeve
I’m having trouble breaking free Scrambling over bodies In the dark with those like me Failed to find their shovel In the dark with those like me Reaching up For what I thought was wrong They are only lifting up The only strung out bodies Lifting me So I reach up and lift the man below me And I find, I’m free. Deep grave
My acoustic arrangement of one of the great songs on Starsailor's 2001 album 'Love Is Here.' Not in the original key as I can't go anywhere near James Walsh's range, so some of it is a bit deep. It turned into a bit of a folksy dirge.
Standard tuning. capo on the 5th fret. I think the original needs a capo on the 3rd fret and is sung an octave up. Breedlove AC25/SM, recorded with my Blue Snowball. Thanks for listening/watching this post.
0:00 Home Sweet home / 02:47 : Keep The Faith / 05:36 : Ghost World / 08:57 : No Escape / 11:36 : Wars / 14:43 : Exile / 19:00 : So Far Away / 21:58 : Through The Last Forest / 24:07 : Here We Go / 26:18 : Aldebaran .
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El Paso - Marty Robbins C Dm G7 C Out in the West Texas town of El Paso I fell in love with a Mexican girl. C Dm Nighttime would find me in Rosa's Cantina, G7 C F|C Music would play and Felina would whirl. C Dm Black as the night were the eyes of Felina, G7 C F|C Wicked and evil while casting a spell. C Dm My love was strong for this Mexican maiden, G7 C F|C I was in love, but in vain I could tell. F Bb F Bb C7 One night a wild young cowboy came in, wild as the West Texas wind... C7 Dashing and daring, a drink he was sharing, F With wicked Felina, the girl that I love. G G7 C Dm G7 So in an - ger I challenged his right for the love of this maiden; C Down went his hand for the gun that he wore. Dm My challenge was answered, in less than a heartbeat G C The handsome young stranger lay dead on the floor. Dm Just for a moment I stood there in silence, G C Shocked by the foul evil deed I had done. Dm Many thoughts ran through my mind as I stood there; G C I had but one chance and that was to run. F Bb F Bb C7 Out through the back door of Rose's I ran, out where the horses were tied... C7 I picked a good one; he looked like he could run, F Up on his back and away I did ride. C Dm Just as fast as I could from the West Texas town of El Paso, G C Out thru the badlands of New Mexico. Dm Back in El Paso my life would be worthless; G C Everything's gone in life nothing is left. C Dm But it's been so long since I've seen the young maiden, G C My love is stronger that my fear of death. F Bb F Bb C7 I saddled up and away I did go, riding alone in the dark...
Maybe tomorrow a bullet may find me, F Tonight nothing's worse than this pain in my heart. C Dm And as last here I am on the hill overlooking El Paso, G C I can see Rose's Cantina below. Dm G C My love is strong and it pushes me onward, down off the hill to Felina I go. C Dm Off to my right I see five mounted cowboys, G C Off to my left ride a dozen or more. C Dm shouting and shooting; I can't let them catch me, G C I've got to make it to Rose's back door. F Bb F Bb C7 Something is dreadfully wrong for I feel a deep burning pain in my side...
It's getting harder to stay in the saddle. F I'm getting weary, unable to ride. C Dm But my love for Felina is strong and I rise where I've fallen; G C Though I am weary, I can't stop to rest. C Dm I see the white puff of smoke from the rifle, G C I feel the bullet go deep in my chest. C Dm G C Kissing my cheek as she kneels by my side. C Dm Cradled by two loving arms that I'll die for, G C One little kiss and Felina goodbye.
I was listening to a lot of Opeth and Days of the New when I wrote this. And feeling hopeless and angry about growing government spying/surveillance. And, in turn, contemplating demons, angels, spirits, the gods etc.
It is sinister and disturbing but beautiful. I think.
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Lyrics: Far behind the light of day the demons stray the lies obey Down below the Blessed Sun the Devil runs it has begun On black wings flies...the Demon's Eye From within the black of night a puppet's light shone out of spite Miles away a wolven feast a fallen beast...has been released On black wings flies...the Demon's Eye Dancing on your grave your soul can't be saved you'll always be a slave... be a slave
Emotional Acoustic Guitar Folk Music Songs with Great Singing Voice by Chuck Rogan from the, The Flame In The Flood Video Game Soundtrack
The Flame In The Flood is a kickstarter crowd-funded survival Indie Game like no other with Great Americana / Alt / Country / Indie / Folk Music.
Good Music for Sleeping, Relaxing and as Study Music.
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Music tracks used in this mix is from the game The Flame In The Flood The game is made by The Molasses Flood Music tracks are composed by Chuck Ragan
Tracklist: Composed by: Chuck Ragan
00:00 - Chuck Ragan - The Flame in the Flood - The Flame in the Flood 04:22 - Chuck Ragan - The Flame in the Flood - Spanish Moss 07:14 - Chuck Ragan - The Flame in the Flood - What We Leave Behind 10:28 - Chuck Ragan - The Flame in the Flood - Loup Garou 13:04 - Chuck Ragan - The Flame in the Flood - Cover Me Gently
Information about the game (text from steam)
A rogue-lite river journey through the backwaters of a forgotten post-societal America. Forage, craft, evade predators.
From the Art Director of BioShock and a team of veterans of the BioShock, Halo, Guitar Hero and Rock Band series comes The Flame in the Flood.
Travel by foot and by raft down a procedurally-generated river as you scrounge for resources, craft tools, remedy afflictions, evade the vicious wildlife, and most importantly, stay ahead of the coming rains.
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Song: Black Mountain Artist: Steffan Rundquist Music and lyrics: Steffan Rundquist Inspired by the country Montenegro I was in Montenegro playing music in a street festival and I got very inspired in a positive way.
A status update for Zack Abides. A taste of what's to come in the near future. Be sure to keep your eyes on this channel and all other Zack Abides social media, a lot of awesome stuff is coming your way.
The melody and chords for the verses were an idea from Budapest, April 2012. During March 2013, in Ventimiglia, Italy this turned into a full song. We got the lyrics, chorus and the rest of it one night then started recording tracks a few weeks later. The recording was then put aside until recently when it felt the right time to finally mix it.
Written in Berlin, Feb 2012, and then finished in Budapest later that year in June, we put out Version 1 around then, a simple acoustic recording. A month later in July we began recording this version before it was put aside until late December 2012 in Bologna where we recorded vocals. A few months after that, in 2013, we recorded rhythm tracks in Ventimiglia before finally mixing it all in June, almost a year after we started recording, which happened to be on the date of the Supermoon and year to the day of Version 1.
Balcarres Street is where we lived for several years in our first rented apartment in Edinburgh and where many profound changes took place for us.
"Why Do You Run" is the first single release from the forthcoming 'Sketches of Europa' album by indie psychedelic folk rock band SoulJahm. The song was written in 2008 before leaving for Europe. It became the first song we recorded and performed as SoulJahm back in Budapest, March 2011. This 'Sketches of Europa' version began in Milan, July 2011, with the piano track being recorded as the foundation of the song. Gradually over the following months we added further tracks. The vocals, guitar and melodica were the last to be recorded in Budapest again, this time in March/April 2012, and the song was also mixed and eventually released there in July 2012 as the first SoulJahm single from 'Sketches of Europa'.
Written in 2009 in Edinburgh, it was late 2013 before we attempted a recording of this song. That version never got finished and so a new recording of the song was made in 2016, which is what you hear.
Al Stewart - Year of the Cat Live At Tawse Winery. This is just Al and one other dude on acoustic and electric piano. Not sure of the year. Good quality and a good performance. I didn't film this - just collected it.