Monday, October 4, 2010

Soldier's March

Sorry I was busy yesterday so no new song for Sunday, but I've got Monday's update nice and early for everyone. The song is called Soldier's March, it's available over in the player on the right, and as usual it can be downloaded (just click around in the player, it will eventually take you to my reverbnation profile). The ending is my favorite part, so make sure to listen all the way through to the end! Happy listening!

38 comments:

  1. Your stuff is actually pretty damn good. Do you do this for a living?

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  2. Nah, just a hobby. I'm a novelist.

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  3. great song, really enjoying your music.

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  4. nice music, started following.

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  5. nice tunes man, they sound great.

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  6. Very nice music. Enjoy your piano work man, though I'd love to hear something really energetic =D

    http://quarterqwerty.blogspot.com/

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  7. I enjoyed the song....can't wait for some more!

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  8. great job dude, keep up the work

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  9. Really good tune, have you ever tried adding other orchestras instruments to the piano?
    (think "Coldplay", for example)
    one thing that works really well with piano ((if mastered corectly) is adding violins ("bittersweet symphony" style).

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  10. And here I was afraid you forgot about us. Another great track.

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  11. Awesome, I love your music player.

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  12. It's good to see that you're beating inertia today :)

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  13. Duuuuuuuuuuuuuuuude your music is simply awesome!! and the ending of this song was really good :3

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  14. Can't wait to hear your next songs. Your stuff is very relaxing.

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  15. You've got some good creativity in this blog!

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  16. You're right the ending is pretty good, keep it up

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  17. another great listen, keep them coming :D

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  18. wow, very very nice! Just sat back and enjoyed the music. Thanks

    Mike,
    Lifehack's guide to getting high off your body, out now!

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  19. How do you keep composing such music in so little time?

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  20. <3

    Thanks for visiting me, not a bad post of yours either =D

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  21. I like the music, but is there some way to stop it from autoplaying?

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  22. good post, thanks for visiting me <3

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  23. good follow up post to yesterday's

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  24. Thanks for your comments on my blog. Beating Inertia has a new Q&A post!

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  25. nice blog dude!!! looking forward to the next post

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  26. that's a unique perspective on it!

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