Strange Days, Sad Nights

Strange Days, Sad Nights

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Liner Notes: 

Thank you Corinne for your inspiring title. I saw it much later but since it's okay to post late anyway, here is my instrumental. It's open to collaborations if there is a potential for another version. Please let me know if you are interested in collaborating. Thank you for listening and sharing your thoughts.

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


cindyrella's picture

I always look forward to anything you do and this one is so good. Great skirmish!

tjeff's picture

Love the title, I like your jazzy 7th chords and the organ tone. Very creative work!

billwhite51's picture

this music takes me to the feeling i used to get when a great jjazz singer would sing softly about love and loss and then, at a certain point, climb that ladder to the stars and hit the high note.

kahlo's picture

Love the organ sounding bell tones and the way you convey the mood that fits the wonderful title brilliantly. I love that hook, strange days, sad nights. That title with your music conveys so much. Great skirmish!

Scubed's picture

Your beautiful music conveys such melancholy bittersweetness. Lovely, lovely take on the skirmish prompt.

matthijs's picture

I love how mysterious it sounds at times. Makes me think of a theme song for a vampire movie for some reason. I really enjoyed it!

Jibbidy34's picture

The staccato of the keyboard/synth setting really accentuated the 'strange' part of strange days... the poignant melody was so sad it ached all the way through for sad nights. Not an easy skirmish but you did it well.

Wolf Kier's picture

Great work again for a skirmish, Nadia. There is a sense of strange foreboding. Reminds me of the laneways in Venice, with many doors and many other lanes leading off, anything could be done one but the choice is fraught with uncertainty. very nice. Evocative.

Gwyn Jones's picture

The feeling that this piece conveys to me is one of trepidation and is perfect for the title...

cts's picture

It's so cool to hear you employ different sounds. I remember when your earlier days in the community and you were only using the piano. And now your canvas is so much bigger. This reminds me of those harlequin music boxes I used to collect in college (yes, I did that). It's soothing; sure there's an energy of sadness, but I can hear hope as well. Beautifully rendered my friend.