As things may be unwinding around me, today I need to keep my cool as I have to do vocals for a song demo, then I have a new co-writer coming over to also record vocals on a song he and I co-wrote. Then I’m hoping to have some decent conversations and phone calls regarding the storm I’ve been alluding to. A point of, plan for the worst and hope for the best has now been implemented. Not exactly a good thing. My hand has finally been forced on something that should have happened. Like I stated yesterday it’s a lack of communication on the servicer’s part. They gave me one impression and have subsequently dropped the ball by not sticking to their word. To make it even more interesting I’m having to explore plans that go beyond A n B. I need to look at C and maybe D.
When this is over and decided I will likely come clean on the hell I’ve been going through. That time isn’t now.
What time is it now? Music time.
For me, I can now say it would be great if I had a time machine. Which brings me to having to write up about one of my own tunes. Specifically enough called Time Machine. While the song is talking about wanting to travel back and do certain things specific groups of people, I’m thinking I need to go back and correct some concerns. Hopefully it will get straightened out in my life and I won’t need to be reaching so broadly for a theme.
Enjoy the winding guitars with the hopped up loops. There’s pounding bass in there to pack a punch on the bass and it’s bottom. I’m betting all of us at one point or another really did want to get in a time machine and relive certain things or even still wish to change.
Get your groove on and pick up the song. I’ll love you for it. You’ll love it. And we’ll all be happy. Win win win.