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The Road Back Home

by Michael Guy

Song from, theme based emotional powerhouse of solo piano with digital strings--all done in first take in the home studio in favorite key of Db major in big chordal style of orchestral piano with full strings finish
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More> This song was composed in the time it takes to play it during summer 2018 and thankfully stage piano recorder was empty so unlike so many of my first take inspirations, this one didn’t end up in the ‘musical black-hole’ that takes so much of my work in a home studio with only a digital multitrack recorder & limited memory.

The story goes: I was resting on my bed in another room listening to a “BrainSync” mp3 on my cell phone and getting my brainwaves all synced up I guess. Strange, as this one was called, “Increasing Creativity” – Well it must’ve worked! I thought I’d go into the piano room and check out what key the brain-sync music was in – I expected C but when I got in there, I was suddenly in Dflat major (one of my favorite keys for playing songs in, as it is a very comfortable scale for my fingerings of big chords). In a flash I was on the melody you hear in the opening bars in the digital strings, then after that intro, I hit the piano stops and the rest is “history” as they say (you’re hearing it on this recording) A perfect song just blossomed and no need to do any overdubs, as that’s what I do with piano. Very seldom do I add lyrics and vocals these days. I play solo, big full piano style of orchestral dimension (which means I flesh it out harmonically across the keyboard), and it usually involve strings and piano.



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