One of the first jams of Welcome to the Jungle by GnR. It's interesting to notice how the music changed until they shaped it to the way it was recorded. Much more aggressive.
I love it one way or another.
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“‘Come Home’ came together sometime last year based on a lyric I had rattling around in my head for a while”, Paley explains. “It felt a little too raw to me at first, as many of the songs that I end up keeping to myself do, but I figured I’d see how it felt to play it live during a tour across Germany with The Lion and the Wolf later that summer.” Over the course of the tour, Paley got over his hesitation towards the song and played it every night with George harmonizing with him on the chorus. The version stuck, and will now appear as the opening track on Sirens.
Here's a tune that I made with my friend @fransisderelle.
Experimenting with some new sounds. Enjoy <3
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Sometimes described as trip-hop Waldeck's songs have a very calm and laidback theme. They often consist of mellow vocals sung either by Joy Malcolm or Brian Amos (although sometimes they consist of only Waldeck's instrumentals). While some people have mixed feelings towards the male-female vocal fluctuations, others feel that they offer versatility in the sound while still maintaining the unique style of his music.