Wild Thing

Wild Thing

Adnama17's picture




Liner Notes: 

Adnama17: no sleep + inebriation = this

barbara: having just had a second listen with headphones, I highly recommend that mode


Self Pity
- D H Lawrence

I never saw a wild thing
sorry for itself.
A small bird will drop frozen dead from a bough
without ever having felt sorry for itself.

Please keep your comments respectful, honest, and constructive. Please focus on the song and not the demo.


Tim Fatchen's picture

It's different! Where's the video, he asks? Wink (but seriously, there are all sorts of images coming to mind here) You're stretching the threshold of 5090 experiences, all of you!

barbara's picture

I woke up to find what I had apparently done in my sleep! Adnama is the wild thing here. I'm just an unwitting bird in the brush. Cool cookery, Bo-sassy One!

colgoo's picture

This reminds me of “Do you have room in your heart for the 5-strong banjo” on one of Bela Fleck’s cds.

Very experimental. Very violent. And quite an interpretation of a poem for the public domain challenge!

Brilliant collaboration. What's the term for unexpected collabs?

standup's picture

Love the fluttering voice circling my head. And the sounds of dead birds dropping on the floor. And the variations in the voice. And the title. Fun piece!

Technicolor Gramophone's picture

Great poem to base a song around. That weird twittering sound is just perfect and very enticing in its own way. Love the switch to the "old vinyl" sound as well. Enjoyed!

wobbie wobbit's picture

i like the different versions and the fluttering chatter is perfect backdrop. also i like the odd sound effect to highlight the lyrics Smile

tcelliott's picture

I was completely not expecting this, but I thoroughly enjoyed it.

pfoo's picture

Ohhhh - awesome!!! I listened three or four times it was so cool. Each reading has a different feel, and the chattering sound moving back and forth creates an interesting and weird consistency.

cts's picture

Uhhh...this is really...unique. And rather fascinatingly, creatively creepy. And me likey!! Now you KNOW I'm gonna call ya! Wink

Deaf Steever's picture

Thanks, y'all, for giving me nightmare fuel! Hehe. But seriously, it's creepy - but also oddly soothing. I'm reconsidering my view of death now ....