Wind Whisperer

Wind Whisperer

JWHanberry's picture



Liner Notes: 


host corinne54
prompt Whisper In The Wind

No time to add percussion or pads or extra stuff (like a melody) in the bridge. Progression based on D Harmonic minor.

Guitars: Guild D-25
Note: Skirmish: 1 hour or so to write and record

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


mike skliar's picture

i love the instrumental textures, the guitar and keyboard (?)--(and bass) and a nicely unusual set of chord changes, flows well! nice percussive guitar, too!

kahlo2013's picture

Delicious slow jazzy feel - love the guitar dancing on the bass and the interplay of layers. Creates a smooth evocative kind of easy feel that is really pleasant to listen to.

cindyrella's picture

I love the simple and beautiful way you did this skirmish!

jcollins's picture

guitar and bass...strange tunning...the melody is good...bass is right guitar...sounds a little far east at times...bass and guitar jam now...melody is back and guitar picking...bass and arpeggio playing...faed out. Cool, didn't expect that and I like it a lot. Great job on this.

coolparadiso's picture

Yes , tuning sounds different! Nice melody and clean guitar. Very nice

corinne54's picture

Nice nice nice - Reminds me of 60's background movie music - and I mean that in a very good way! I like the slightly discordant bits, which make it even better than it sounded initially.

phoenixash's picture

This is all about the guitar and how it sings the pain you put in it, I can feel the confusion, the loss, the desire for something unreachable. Very good and emotional as you not only make a very nice melody backed by awesome arrangement, you create a story with this melody and with this instrument. Gosh are you talented with it.

Amanda West's picture

I let this play while I was cleaning my kitchen, and I have to say it distracted me wonderfully Smile Thank you ! I am a bit of a jazz fan, and this was very satisfying, even without the percussion etc.

Susan Cantey's picture

Liked the title so I stopped in for a listen. Glad I did. Some very interesting harmonies here.