Floating Away Into Dreams

Floating Away Into Dreams

Fuzzy's picture




Liner Notes: 

Hey there, it's Fuzzy!!

So this tune is part of the Multi Track Multi Collaborator challenge (http://fiftyninety.fawmers.org/content/multi-track-multi-collaborator-challenge).
Only @dzd sent in some music to go with @AndyGetch's original rhythm track. As I'm the "stitcher", I just added the dialogue from an old educational film and here ya go, a collaboration!

Mixed for headphones, as usual!

See you all at FAWM!!!


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


dzd's picture

This did turn out really great! Hopefully these challenges continue in future 50/90s and maybe even fawms. Though I think probably more suited to the 50/90 format. Excellent and very fitting choice of an educational film!

This reminds me of a psychology class I had when the professor brought in someone who specialized in hypnosis therapy. She had a little nylon string and was just going over some ways she'd try to slip people into hypnosis. She played lovely and had a great voice so it had the opposite effect on me, but after about 2 minutes of her playing and saying all these relaxing things there were quite a few snores coming from the room Biggrin

coolparadiso's picture

turnmed out good, very catchy in a slightly weird way! but compulsive listening from the off.

wobbie wobbit's picture

floaty indeed! lovely instrumental parts and the clip works beautifully. love the stitching. very lovely listen

Wolf Kier's picture

Sounds great, but it really is (not) relaxing at all, it's almost like a creepy denists demand that you relax before he lurches over you and lunges in for a root canal. But that adds to the excitement/irony/uneasieness created here. Much more than the sum of it's parts, beautifully put together. Well done!

AndyGetch's picture

This is pretty much how most of my meditations go. I'm really glad to see these additions to the base tracks. Thanks everyone for participating!

standup's picture

Really fun, love the warbly outer-space guitar with the dialog. The leg muscles... again and again....Great photo to go with this. Great use of the stereo field!