Jeff Miller | Where Has the Music Gone? (Instrumental Version)

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Where Has the Music Gone? (Instrumental Version)

by Jeff Miller

Soothing tranquility... a calm, contemplative serenity... a warm sonic bath.
Genre: Easy Listening: Instrumental Pop
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All instruments performed, recorded, mixed, mastered by Jeff Miller.

"This was re-mixed & remastered in November, 2010. Most of the original demo tracks were kept. Only the airy synth solo was re-recorded. This was written in the mid '90's, and became a Simon Apple song. Although I don't think we ever performed it live. If we did, it was only once or twice - I can't recall. It hasn't appeared on a Simon Apple album because it didn't fit at the time, but we did include a vocal demo version on the River To The Sea Bonus 2CD set. Ironically, a few people have told me this might be their favorite Simon Apple song."

"I've always been a huge Genesis fan - all eras of the band - I like their early, middle, and later stuff... though I do have a softer spot for the early & middle era. This song, however, is certainly a nod to later-era Genesis, complete with hypnotic drum machine groove, Tony Banks type chord changes, and Mike Rutherford guitar part. I wrote this song on a Korg Wavestation, which was also the keyboard of choice for Tony Banks on their "We Can't Dance" album. Using that keyboard certainly gives it an even more Genesis type sound... not really on purpose... just is what it is!"

Jeff Miller is a founding member of the band, Simon Apple, where he serves as a primary composer, keyboardist, guitarist, and producer. Simon Apple charted several songs in the U.S. Adult Contemporary Top 40. Jeff has performed with Grammy-winning and multi-platinum artists, and has played small intimate venues, 65,000 seat stadiums, and everything in between. Jeff also has several sacred choral songs published worldwide, and has written music used by major television networks (NBC, HBO, MTV, VH-1, etc).



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