Richard Gilewitz | Fuschia Circle North

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Fuschia Circle North

by Richard Gilewitz

Fuschia Circle North is a single instrumental of guitar and flute.
Genre: Easy Listening: Adult contemporary
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I lived on Fuschia Circle North in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida as a 13 and 14-year old, one year before I began playing the guitar. When I titled the tune I had in mind that many tunes had the names of colors, drives or streets, or directions. The variations on that theme rang true with this tune as I fell into this title with the memories of my earlier years.
In Clonakilty, Ireland my friend Margaret Kennedy came up with a beautiful melody on flute to fit the tune. I had always felt that it needed that and our mutual friend Stephen Housden from the Little River Band joined in on guitar. We recorded the entire project in a single night - bidding farewell from Stephen's studio at 3am.
I also discovered during recording that the Fuschia flower is the local flower of Clonakilty. The timing and situation could not have been more apropos. Richard Gilewitz

“Fuschia Circle North”
Richard Gilewitz
©2014 BMI, GillaZilla Music
Richard Gilewitz – Guitar
Stephen Housden - Guitar
Margaret Kennedy – Flute

Standard Tuning, Key of G
Arrangement: Richard Gilewitz, Stephen Housden
Engineer: Stephen Housden
Mixing: Stephen Housden
Mastering: Tim Roberts, Waterknot Studios



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