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Gilbert Hetherwick | 10 Themes for Imaginary Events

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10 Themes for Imaginary Events

by Gilbert Hetherwick

Ten short sonic landscapes that i envisioned as themes for a wide variety of imaginary television shows. I was on a writing streak so I decided to put out this 10 song "Album". Most of the guitar work was done on a 1952 Gibson ES295. Enjoy! GH
Genre: Pop: Dream Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Dakota (Instrumental)
2:41 $0.50
2. Cop Show!
3:07 $0.50
3. I Shall Be Free #295 (Instrumental)
2:50 $0.50
4. Louisiana Rain (Instrumental)
2:46 $0.50
5. Breedlove Reunion
2:53 $0.50
6. Morning Horizon
2:16 $0.50
7. When the Lights Went Out (Instrumental)
2:17 $0.50
8. Tocatta in Blue for Les Paul Jr.
2:24 $0.50
9. Overlook Mountain
2:39 $0.50
10. Nor-Easterner
3:40 $0.50
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Album Notes
This is my first album of all instrumentals... the concept being to try to write 10 opening themes for 10 completely different imaginary television shows. We are living in a new golden age of television and I would love to break into that world.

There are 10 different moods. And even though I have traditionally been a "singing/songwriter" (and how I hate that term)... on this short album of ten "themes"... I do not sing at all. So some good news for my past vocal critics!

I'm playing all of the guitar parts and most of the other stuff too but it also includes guest appearances by Molly Mason on bowed bass on "Morning Horizon", Peter Ecklund on horn on "I Shall be Free #295" and "Morning Horizon" and Jason Langley on electric bass on "When the Lights Went Out".

I suppose my main influences for this music and guitar playing would be Morricone, Anne Dudley, John Barry, Paul Buckmaster, Steve Cropper, Duane Eddy, Robbie Robertson.... and hundreds more from throughout my listening life. And as a guitarist I am a “minimalist”.

Steve Cropper got more soul out of two notes than most people do in their lifetimes.

Please pass on to anyone that might be interested in usage in television, film, or advertising.

There's some pretty cool stuff on here... So…. ENJOY!

Gilbert Hetherwick



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