Thursday, December 23, 2010

One God, many or none

Whether there be one god, many gods or none, don’t give up this opportunity at Christmas and in the coming new year, to know peace, love, happiness and thankfulness in your lives, and to see it in the lives of those you love. To all of you whose own paths in life have crossed with mine during the past year, i feel blessed by your friendship and love - the highs were higher and lows less troubled than they otherwise would have been.
For SOAR - there were two hundred shows where there may have been none - forty new songs where there may have been none - many new friendships and a lifelong love or two where there may have been none, were it not for the sweetness and love you have given us.
Thank you :)

Sunday, December 19, 2010

A bit more personal - our latest song

There are lots of reasons why people leave SecondLife, good and bad, slowly or suddenly, to return one day or never to return. I got thinking about musos in SecondLife one day and how their leaving is somehow a bit more personal than say one of the bands that play your local pub leaving to play in another town. And one of the reasons i figured this may be so is that in some cases the music and the person can go hand-in-hand in SecondLife in a more profound way.
For many SecondLife is not just the local pub but a thousand local pubs scattered around the world. For many there is no music after SecondLife, even sadder is that some pass away and we didn't even get to say goodbye.
Because SOAR is a band that has been given so much by this place SecondLife and the people that make it a second home we decided to write a song for the musos who are gone from here and to say to them all, that yeah, it was a bit more personal and that they are missed and not forgotten.
You can listen to the latest demo of this song by clicking on the heading to this blog entry.

Saturday, December 18, 2010


Whoa! Now that has been a journey - almost two months. Three song contests and the final that finished on Friday.
The winner was drawn in the same way as the others, by the song contest board, from the names of all people who had voted for ANY song. This is important because right at the end of the contest i'm told that the song cover of one of the top three songs got blocked and people couldn't vote for it any longer. Oblivious to all of this i was happily singing away at our show in the sky above and sent the message to Rebs to end the contest, as we had all the others, towards the end of the show so we could announce the winner during the show. If i had known about the blocked cover we would have gotten that fixed and run the competition for a little longer. 
Once again thanks so much to everyone who enjoyed this contest and got to spend a bit more time with other SOARINGS staring at the vote board. It was hypnotic for some reason :) Thanks to Rebs whose hard work made it work for us all.

The top three songs in the final were -
Calling in your dreams
Across a star filled sky
Our thanks to Chance whose beautiful words are at the heart of Stormwinds.

The winner of the SOAR concert is Svetlana. Wheeeeeeeee :)
The winner of the 5000L to someone who is in our group the SOAR PANDEMONIUM is Galia Beck. Wheeeeeee Galia :)

And finally. We aren't finished with you yet!! More fun things for us to do together in the new year :)

Thursday, December 16, 2010


Some of you would have heard me refer to The SOAR VAULT (TSV) during some of our shows and i'm here to tell you some more about it.
TSV is where all the songs and parts of songs that weren't completed when they were begun, live. Experiment looks after TSV as he gathers together most of the song output of the three of us, dates them, collates them and then knows how to find them when we need them. That's the clever bit.
SOAR go and pluck something from the vault every now and then - because we have a lot of affection for stuff in the vault, even some guilt for the maybe-good-songs that we have neglected. Two good examples of how useful TSV is are our songs, IN THE WINTER and KANSAS SKIES.
I always had a soft spot for IN THE WINTER and it irked me that it was in the vault still. So sometime last i took it out of the vault and tried again. I started out with just the chord and lyric sheet and to my horror i had forgotten how the chorus went. OH MAN - bad moment. Oh yeah, we do have mp3s of everything so the problem wasn't terminal or anything. But what i did instead of going off and finding the mp3 was to just grab the guitar and start to sing it - surely the chorus would come to me :) But, it didn't! But a new one did! WHEEEEEEE. And so, the IN THE WINTER we sing now is out of the vault and into our shows. The guilt is gone and another song lives.
Experiment's song KANSAS SKIES is another example. Around the same time he sent me this song, that i'd never heard, saying he thought it had the makings of a good song but it wasn't finished because he hadn't been able to write a chorus for it. HEY PRESTO. We write a chorus and another song is saved from the vault, and it is now one of the songs i most like to sing.
I don't even remember half of my stuff in TSV let alone what must be in it written by Charles and Ex. Two weeks ago i was merrily listening into Charles as he finished our show at the ground venue of The Colour Factory when out of the vault popped a new song written by Charles and Experiment. I hadn't heard it before. It was complete and i think it has many interesting and lovely melodic things happening in it that i cant wait for it to be finished and become a regular song in our shows. It was called LIVING IN A WORLD. I'll link a rough mp3 version of it to the heading of this post if you are curious to see if you hear what i think i hear in this song.
OK just a few more things. How many songs or parts songs are there in the vault? I don't know. Maybe EX will add a comment to this post when he reads it but my guess would be maybe 50 almost complete songs, and 200-300 bits of songs. And this is before we even start to count EX's instrumental catalogue! I wait to see how far out i am.
And where did they all come from? Well as i said earlier Experiment collected them as they were written and recorded. There have been periods when we wrote lots of songs and then a bunch of years when we hardly wrote any. There is a bunch of stuff from the times when Charles and Ex were quite prolific and worked together on songs and an assortment from each of three periods when i wrote lots of stuff.
We love TSV and we are almost as happy to find songs from it to bring into our shows as we are to write new ones, and we kinda like the mix.
Thanks for reading.

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

WEB SPECIAL PREVIEW - Harmony Was Stolen

Some time ago, like in 2009, we got kicked out of a lovely venue and were never invited back, because, well we don't actually know, but it prolly has something to do with the tuning of my guitar or my reluctance to subject people to my guitar playing on a regular basis. I mean it couldn't have been anything else because it was a folky kinda place and we are the Bad Boys of Ballads after all.

So anyway i plotted that night, or was it sometime in the next six month, for our return, or our revenge. I set out to write a ridiculously simple folk song, with one voice and one guitar and four chords, but so far Experiment had rejected all my efforts - some didn't even make it into the SOAR Vault. I KNOW!!!! Go figure that. Until now :)
So for you sweet peoples who read my blog, here is your web special preview of HARMONY WAS STOLEN. We will prolly debut it at The Colour Factory this Friday if we have stopped fiddlin with the lyrics by then.
I hope you like it, and, thanks for listening.

Friday, December 10, 2010


WHEEEEEEEE. YEEEEESSSSS. It is built and opened and now there for all to see and enjoy. A larger, grander, more beautiful, more colourful, more crazy place than its predecessor, and i LOVE IT to pieces. And to Scarletti who turned ideas and visions into this beautiful accurate reality, GREAT BIG HUGS.
This is a big build - three main floors - two mezzanine levels - six or seven different stages for performing - private intimate gardens and rambling open spaces - and the wonder of colour throughout, colour that is a joy to behold - and then, all around, Scarletti's art!!
But, OMG, just what it that!! Well let me tell you :)
We call it the Performance Shaft. It is a shaft through all floors of the build and up into the sky. Through the shaft the suns rays and the splendor of the universe at night will fill the building with light. And because we feel that musicians and music are part of the light that fills the building we have three performance stages, one on each level, within the shaft. 
The shaft cannot be completely transparent or there would be no shaft, and so in its gentle white shroud it joins the floors of the building together and reinforces its purpose on each floor - no matter that one is a dance floor, one a gallery and one a rooftop garden. 
When you see the shaft on the Artsplash Gallery level you will see that it is stark, a space for living art where the audience can be all around the musicians, close, almost face to face. Detached or intimate, to be observed or ignored? Well thats for you to decide when you see it.

So, welcome to the new Colour Factory :) It isn't a place everyone will love but we kinda like that too, but everyone is always welcome, anytime. And in the wonderful beautiful creative canvas that is SecondLife i am sure this place belongs. And that shaft too :)
Thank you to all the sweet peoples who came to the opening. You make us feel special.
Warm hugs
No matter what, ever.

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

The FINAL Bedside Concert Competition begins

YUPS, the last, at least for now. This competition features the eight top voted songs from each of the first three competitions, 24 in all, so it's just going to be harder still to decide. I'm glad i don't get to vote - and as for that Distant Oh person, i try to stop him from voting but he doesn't listen to me.
Just a few changes to let you know about. Only five votes per person per day. The prize for the winner is a SOAR concert of your very own PLUS 5000L. You only get the cash if you are a member of our group, The SOAR PANDEMONIUM. There is a group join thingy on our tipboard rezzed near the contest voting board.
These competitions, as unserious as they are, have been so much fun so a big thankyou and smile from me to all of you who have been a part of them. The final 24 songs are -

Whispers and Answers
In to Magic
Brand New Day
When it's in your Plans
I Fall
A Man Called Peter
Song for a Broken Soul
Across a Star Filled Sky
Only for You
Kansas Skies
Heart of the Crime
Calling in Your Dreams
Sparrow in the Willow
The Only One
Now and Forever
The Sound of Hello
And the Sun will Shine
The Storm

Sunday, December 5, 2010


YAY, WHEEEEE and other sweet things for Ayira Karu the winner of our third Bedside Concert competition.
The top eight songs were -

Whispers and Answers
In to Magic
Brand New Day
When its in your Plans
I Fall
A Man Called Peter

Thanks to everyone for rolling up every day and voting. This competition had more than 3500 votes cast.

And so on to the final competition where the top 8 songs from each of the three previous competitions are up there for your listening and voting pleasure. Same great prizes and even more cash!! You gotta be in our GROUP though to be eligible to win the cash - so don't forget to join up. There's a link to do so near the contest board.
Good luck and keep having fun.
I am.

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Do you remember me - the story behind the song.

It is time to tell this story. Because today i need to tell a story. I love things from my past - some of them live in glorious detail and others are just contained in a single image, like a postcard. This one made it all the way into a song and about ten postcards in my head. 
Once upon a time i was traveling around Europe - its something people do, and love. One December i was on a boat from Ireland to France, and on that boat i met a girl, from America!!   And on that boat we talked and talked and i sang and i sang to her. And when we got to France we decided to travel around a bit together before we both had places to be for Christmas. And we had such fun together all the ways from Barcelona to Paris and Luxembourg. But then it was time to part and to have Christmas in other places.
We agreed to meet again on new years day, at midday at Geneva Railway Station, on the same spot where we said farewell. A hug and a kiss and a wave goodbye. It didn't occur to me to need contact details, an email address, a phone number as agreeing to meet as we had seemed enough - just like it was a date :)  Laughs at me. You can too.
Come January 1 and i was at Geneva Railway Station early and i wandered around for a couple of hours prolly filling up on coffee and babybel cheese, and come  midday i began to look at what trains were arriving to try and figure which one/s she may be on. When she hadn't arrived by midday i thought nothing of it as trains were arriving from all over at all times. But by 1pm, by 2pm, my heart was sinking. It was then that i decided to play my guitar, and busk, at Geneva Railway Station. So there!! I did!!
I travelled around Europe with my guitar and a couple of books filled with handwritten songs, covers, that i liked to sing. I had memorised about six! This was my first busking dilemma though i was soon to realise that it wasn't a problem because no-one stayed to listen, at least not for six songs, so i just rotated the same six songs over and over :)
And singing helped my heart be still, even as i watched out for each train arrival and saw each come and go with no sight of her. Ok ok i'll get to the end :)
When all hope was reasonably lost and had been for some hours in all reality, and when my mind was turning to the night and what to do with myself, and i had stopped wishing upon every train that arrived, she did arrive, at 6pm :) Now how amazing is that LOLOL
We found somewhere to stay, a place overlooking a city square, and from our windows we watched snow fall out of a dark sky into the white light of the square, and we talked of many things, perhaps even of love.
We travelled a bit longer through Europe until to America and Australia we did fly. Some time later as the idea for this song started to come to me, about memories and about remembering sweet people and sweet times, some thoughts of her from nowhere came and collided with mine, and this song, about lots of things, was written. 
Indeed partly about her. Indeed to remind me of busking. Indeed to always remind me to love the stories of my life whether they be in great detail or just a single postcard.

There is a link to the song in the heading of this post. Will there be more song stories from the bad boys of ballads? Well lets just see how a couple go.

Thursday, November 25, 2010

Why don't we write more songs together?

I don't have the list in front of me, but it's true, the three bad boys of ballads haven't written too many songs together. Lemme see - there is MYSTERY GIRL -  it's been in our shows for a long time, then there is I CALLED YOU ON THE PHONE - we just started playing this one, and well, that's it. 
Some of you have been teased with the prospect of another named FISHIES, and i have specifically made the offer to the wonderful Macaria (she who first uttered the line - he is still pining for Juliette) that we would sing FISHIES at her wedding. On reviewing the lyrical content of the song, the offer still stands, but at the party afterwards :) And Mac, if you are reading this, we DON'T do sham marriages ok - so no making an alt and getting hitched. That would just be a waste of 25L.
What mostly happens is that we write individually, and some of our most fruitful songwriting comes about in pairs with Experiment being the common link - so Charles and Experiment and Bright and Experiment.
It's not that it's harder to write with all three of us, it's just way harder to organise. The three of us have never lived real close to each other - about the closest we ever got was within 50 miles (80 kms), and currently it is closer to 180 miles (300 kms). 
The internet does allow us to contribute to each others songs by sending tracks back and forth to each other, and lyrical collaboration is quite easy by email, but the simple creative pleasure of sitting down in the same room bouncing songs ideas offa each other is one we rarely get these days. And, it is something i hope we get to do again just so we can see what happens :)

Now to the avid readers of my blog, YES, this entry was just to buy time before i do the first of the entries about how particular songs were written. Soon. Promise :)

Be kind to yourselves.

Monday, November 22, 2010

cough splutter new song YAY

Cough, splutter, INDEED! 
As most of you know i'm having trouble shaking a cough. Oddly it gives me much more trouble when i'm talking and singing ballads so our shows lately have been primarily made up of more uptempo songs. The cough has also stopped progress on our brand-newest-song-of-all-time because my voice needs to be at its best to handle the chorus! YES :( BUT :) If i can get the link thing working in this blog, you will be able to hear the latest version of it and even compare it to the finished version when we debut it in our show. 
I hope you like it so far. Now it's not for me to tell you what the song is about, but here is a clue - there are patterns in our lives and they are a lot like the seasons, they bring renewal and certainty to things - so we probably shouldn't fight them, or lose heart that they have gone from our lives, and we should probably rely on them more :)
Ok im off to test this thing. YAY it works - just click on the heading of this blog entry :)

Friday, November 19, 2010

RINA WINS BIG - well medium big, in 2nd SONG CONTEST

That's right folks, the sweet and wonderful Rina Miles won the 2nd of our Bedside-Concert-Competitions, and a SOAR concert of her own is her prize!!!! And we are sure looking forward to doing a show for Rina :)
Thank you to everyone who voted and voted and voted - almost 2500 votes were cast. We are just so happy that this idea has been something you guys have found as much fun as we have. THANK YOU!!
We have the 3rd and final competition starting in the next day or so so keep an eye out for that. AND, we are adding a 2000L cash prize to the SOAR concert, for the winner.
The top 8 songs in the 2nd competition were -

The Only One
Now and Forever
Song for a Broken Soul
Only For You
Kansas Skies
The Sound of Hello

Our special thanks and acknowledgement to our real life buddy Charles Watson who wrote THE ONLY ONE, and to young Chance, whose wonderful words are at the heart of SONG FOR A BROKEN SOUL.


Thursday, November 11, 2010


Yups it's up and running! A whole new batch of 24 SOAR songs for you to vote from. Same rules. Same prizes as the first. And the same fun we hope :)
Remember that the vote board is at a new location so it will take a little bit more finding. Next time i'm inlife i will put a link in my profile PICS. Otherwise just watch out for SOAR Pandemonium notices, ask one of the bad-boys-of-ballads, or Mari and Rebs, or anyone of them smart looking SOARINGS :)
Experiment has all 24 songs loaded for playing from our website if you would like to refresh your memory of any of the songs.
Thanks for playing along with us with these competitions.
Good luck.
Bright :)


And that winner be our wonderful friend Ssssshhhhhhhhhhhhh Tigerpaw. WHEEEEEEE!
We are looking forward to doing a show for Shhhhhhh real soon. But just a note here Shhhhh - i don't do dress-up :)
The top 8 songs in the competition were -

Thank you to everyone who voted.

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

The Colour Factory 2

POOF, POOF, POOF - comings and goings

It is one of the ways of SecondLife for things to come and things to go - people and places, amazing people and amazing places even. And amazingly even inventory items and Lindens follow this tradition - although with inventory items and Lindens, these never return.
The owner of the sims on which the Colour Factory lived had been in dispute with LL for some time and i have known that this could happen - and it did - the Colour Factory went POOF, not once, not twice, but three glorious times. This gave all of us the chance to reclaim everything we needed so nothing has been lost that we know of.
Scarletti and I began talking about what we would do if this happened awhile back and we decided then to build a new Colour Factory rather than simply rebuild the original, colour by colour. And i for one cant wait to see what wonders Scarletti comes up with this time.
The wonderful Cari put aside land for me to rent for this, and so we have only the fiddly bits to work out before we begin anew. Thank you Cari - hugs.
I loved the Colour Factory, what it meant to conceive and then build, and then to see the part it was slowly making for itself in the life of SOAR. And more than this it was the major gallery of Scarletti’s wonderful art, and finally, 24/7, one piece of the amazing place that is SecondLife. 
I embrace the way SecondLife makes me evolve and find new ways to express beauty and creativity, and i never want to become complacent and think that the places and people i love will always be there, frozen, just the way i want them to be.
I am looking forward to the Colour Factory 2 and i hope you are too :)

Monday, November 1, 2010

Blog problems?

Hi folks :) A couple of people have mentioned problems adding comments to my blog entries. There shouldn’t be, but is. The common problem may be EXPLORER so perhaps if you are using that but you also have FIREFOX or sumfin you could try that.
If you have time let me know if you have this problem because i will move the blog if necessary.
This blog is designed on a Mac so maybe we shouldn’t be surprised that it doesn’t work properly on EXPLORER. Anyone would think Bill Gates and Steve Jobs had history! Ahhh, look, they were so much younger then.
If you haven’t seen it a movie named PIRATES OF SILICON VALLEY will explain it all :)
Thanks for your comments and your perseverance sweet peoples.

Yups i moved it

9,402 songs in itunes - or sumfin like that

Some folks ask me why they don’t see me at other SL venues much, listening to other musos. And that’s been true pretty much. My itunes programme asks me the same question - what’s the point of having 9,402 songs if i never play them. My itune programme exaggerates, just like i do - funny that huh, but there is something going on here.
I just love music and as time goes by my interest in it gets broader and broader. Now there are only a handful of genres that i struggle to appreciate. And i am staggered by the wonders that songwriters, performers and producers produce. Truly it is one of the bestest reasons to be alive.
Take a song, any song that fills your soul every time you hear it, and remember that moment when you heard it for the first time - irreplaceable wonders. Bright thinks - i’m thinking of the KD Lang version of Jane Siberry’s song ‘Love Is Everything’. What a joy.
But, when i’m in a period of writing a lot of my own songs, i just can’t listen to anything else. It is as if i go through a time of listening and listening and absorbing and absorbing and then close all that down and focus on letting music flow out of me rather than into me. I don’t know whether this makes me normal or way out there on my own, its just the way i am.
There is another thread or two to this though, erm, if you are interested :)
First one. Every now and then i threaten to do some covers shows and sing all the songs i love so much. But same thing pretty much - i can’t comfortably do both, covers and originals.
Second one. Some days i REALLY miss some singer in particular. For example, lets just say i feel the need to be immersed in Jeff Buckleys fantastic album, Grace, well i think, nopes i can’t risk it, it will overwhelm me and everything that i think wonderful music should be and i will find it harder to pick up my guitar, strum a chord and open my mouth.
Third one. Even in SL there are singers that amaze. I admire them. And you know what - there must be a part of me that wishes i was them, or at least as good as them, or sumfin, and then once again i am afraid that next time i pick up my guitar, and strum a chord, and open my mouth, that nothing will come out!
When Experiment and Charles and i got together and decided to play only our original songs in SL we really had no idea how it would go or how long we would do it. It was a fun and short term commitment at the time. Not many people know this, and a few more will now :) but i loath my guitar playing and frankly i wouldn’t listen to myself sing, EVER! But for the purposes of SOAR i told the guys that i would suck up those feelings pretty much and listen to what other people say for a change, and then sing like there is no tomorrow. Oh dear, exaggeration slipped in again :)
But you know what - there is still a part of me that must be afraid. Or sumfin :)

Halloween Show - AWESOME DUDE

Erm, i wonder if anyone still actually speaks like that - but it was still an AWESOME SHOW, dude :)
Thank you everyone for packing out our special halloween location for our 90 minute show - made even more famous because i really didn’t talk that much :)  Oh, and, for the debut of two new songs, albeit from the SOAR vault, I CALLED YOU ON THE PHONE sung by Chuck, and me doing PALE BLUE PERSUASION. Reminds me to to do a bbbbbbblog entry one day on the SOAR VAULT. Will someone please remind me if it looks like i have forgotten.
Thank you for dressing up and taking the time to explore the wonderful setting made for the show by Mari and RebelMum. They excelled themselves again after their previous ‘awesome dude’ creations for the WATTLE SHOW and the BEACH PARTY. All i can say to you girls is, erm, well, i guess you saw this coming, only AWESOME, dudes, covers it!!!!
OK, now dont forget to wander back to the venue anytime during the next two weeks to vote in the song competition - ten votes a day everyday remember, and in 2 weeks time a SOAR SHOW may be all yours! WHEEEEEE. Well i think its WHEEEEEEE cos it will be great to do a special show just for you and/or anyone else you want to invite along.
I think i’m done except to say thank you to Charles and Experiment for always looking scary, and to you sweet peoples for your endearing and enduring friendship, BIG HUGS from Bbbbbbright.

SOAR bedside concert competition

Beginning at our Halloween concert on the ground at The Colour Factory on Friday we are running a free competition with the prize being your very own SOAR CONCERT! I have long threatened to do bedside concerts, erm, you know, for SOARINGS with colds and stuff, but anyways, Mari and RebelMum assure me that the winner is chosen completely randomly and that anyone could win - even Aeon, or Timo, or Moon, or Stephen, or Tim. Well this caused me a major rethink and now the competition prize is just a SOAR CONCERT FOR YOU, anywhere you choose!
Here’s how to enter. At the Halloween venue there will be a display of 24 SOAR SONG COVERS. You can vote for your favourite SOAR songs by just clicking on their covers. You can vote up to ten times a day, every day for the 2 weeks the competition runs. Once you vote you are in the draw for the free concert. YAY, SIMPLE aint it :)
We will try to play all of the 24 songs during our shows during the fortnight if you arent familiar with them all. The songs were just chosen randomly and we want to run the competition a few more times, with different songs if it is a success. AND, all 24 songs can be played on our media player for these two weeks.
Any questions just ask one of the SOAR boys or Mari or RebelMum. And thankyou RebelMum for working so hard on it for us :)
And finally, in the tradition of one of Australia’s major political parties, VOTE EARLY AND VOTE OFTEN.


Well a SOARING just happens to be a very special person, albeit one with a spare GROUP slot in SecondLife :)
And we love you all for all the reasons you give us to write songs and sing them for you at our concerts. HUGZA.
A long time ago, February/March 2009, Experiment, Mariposa and Bright had written a song as a tribute song for the victims and survivors of the Australian Bushfires in February and it was played at a SL tribute/benefit concert. At that concert Charles also did an hours cover set. And well it got us thinking.
Once we had decided to play our songs in SecondLife we needed a name. I don’t remember how long we spent trying to find or agree upon one, but well, we didn’t know whether we would only ever play once in SL or a hundred times so i’m not sure we would have bothered too much. We were smart enough to ditch our old  real life personas though and look for something new. 
Eventually we must have tired of the search for a single glorious name for our little band and went for, well you know, Somerset, Oh and Rhode. AWESOME DUDES! Well it would do for one show wouldn’t it! Then one day when we were sitting around trying to come up with a GROUP name, what had started out as SO&R morphed into SOAR, and so SOAR was born. And from SOAR came The SOAR Pandemonium, and from the SOAR Pandemonium came SOARINGS, and from SOARINGS, our wonderful fans, came so many splendours of love and friendship and good times and funny times and loads of opportunities to get together, that we are all incredibly touched by and grateful for :)
Thanks you guys. You SOARINGS :)

Friday, October 29, 2010

Let there be LYRICS

Experiment has just finished the big job of amalgamating all our song lyrics into the one document and shortly we will be making them available in a number of ways. Firstly - in batches of 10-15  in one PDF document that can be downloaded from our lyrics page. Secondly - adding the lyrics to each SONG COVER on our Flickr gallery, accessible from our music page. Just a work in progress in getting them all available in these formats, so check back often.
For lots of people the words are the most important part of a song, regardless they are an integral part. I know i am stunned by some of Experiment’s lyrics in particular and i intend to dedicate some blog space to some of the ones i admire the most, later.
MISTAKES! Yes MISTAKES. If you happen to spot an error in any of the lyrics dont be afraid to let me know. Cos then it will be fixed and i will have something else to bag Experiment over :)
Okies then. I hope you enjoy having and reading the lyrics if this is your thing, and i will try not to take a too-teasingly-long time to get them all up on the website.
Warm SOARING hugs.

Thursday, October 28, 2010