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Matthew D. Morgan's "Birth"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7zWnu3YnY94

Found this out as the soundtrack of a short film called "Gemma" at the H. P. Lovecraft Film Festival last night. It's like the theme to my dreams...


Arguing in the music thread? Lol That's a first. Big Grin
Yep. The depths some people will sink.

Nice to see you back, Leigha.
Thanks, Syne...nice to see you Smile
Once my sister has decided on a Distributor for here Album release, I will have to shameless plug her here.  Currently though I'm not sure who's she's picked so I can't post prematurely due to the potential of licensing issues, however once it's resolved I'll be able to get a video up here from her and her band for you to check out.  

Until then I suppose I could share one of her old videos since it was prior to the band she has now.


Some of the lyrics are conveyed in a stereotyped accents, it was all meant in the spirit of fun as the song itself was a different style from her usual, so if anyone would... please don't take offence.
(Oct 12, 2017 10:58 AM)stryder Wrote: [ -> ]Once my sister has decided on a Distributor for here Album release, I will have to shameless plug her here.


Will keep watch for its debut.

Quote:Until then I suppose I could share one of her old videos since it was prior to the band she has now. Some of the lyrics are conveyed in a stereotyped accents, it was all meant in the spirit of fun as the song itself was a different style from her usual, so if anyone would... please don't take offence.


Well, if she's been based in Georgia since 2009, then it'd be difficult to not absorb or tinker facetiously with some vocal traits from the Appalachian, south, or southeast regions. Especially if writing / singing a song whose title is probably ancestrally descended from "Down by the riverside".

There have been all kinds of different lyric versions of a Boll Weevil song since the turn of the 20th century. Most covers have had to retain something of the original country-blues singers' dialects in order to work, or even if/when the lyrics were totally new apart from the title. Sometimes to an extreme. Even Jimmy Page couldn't mildly avoid that (or whoever he had singing if he was still safely confining himself to guitar): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Hc5mRJnTj0

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