Spencer Richard | On the Way

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On the Way

by Spencer Richard

An emotional piece about a failing love with acoustic, piano and ambiance.
Genre: Easy Listening: Adult contemporary
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This is my first professionally recorded song ever, and I've been asked to describe it here in this little box, which is troublesome. Trying to describe a song with written word is like trying to tell someone about architecture using elaborate fight-scene choreography. It can work but it's bound to miss the mark... Anyway, regardless, I agreed to give it a shot.

Here is what my friend Greg said about the song:

"Sassy Electronica featuring lyrics written by slim shady and J-Lo."

My friend Greg is a bit of a drunk though, so I wouldn't take everything he says literally. It's something he's been working on with his counselor. I don't want to talk about it.

For real, though, this song ("On The Way") was written and performed by myself (Spencer Richard) and produced by Kevin Rosmer (of Black Road Records). Together we collaborated to mix the instrumental sounds and figure out what worked best with what the story it is trying to tell, which was an exciting process for the both of us. We then proceeded to make a music video with Kevin as the director, and me as the guy who awkwardly makes jokes with the crew while they're trying to work.

Though it's an older song of mine, it's one that I've always liked no matter how many times I messed around with it. I wrote it originally when I was seventeen, but for this project I edited a couple of lines and totally rewrote the bridge. It was a needed fix, and I hope that you enjoy the final product. I intend to follow this song up with more tracks if I get at least some response from the interwebs. Thanks for reading, and thank you for giving my music a chance. It truly does mean a lot.



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