Head up in the Sky
Style: Year: 2015 time: 3'03" A happy, lighthearted track starting with an Ukulele intro and Mbira melodies over African percussion and slowly growing to a full band final chorus. An Ukulele solo graces the middle section of the song.
Style: Year: 2015 time: 3'18" An open door, a new hope. It starts with an ukulele and a soft electric guitar melody and then the whole band joins in on this positive, contemporary track. Uplifting choruses and dynamic crescendo sections, with added strings and reverse guitars, lend this song an intriguing quality.
O Christmas Tree - 70s Remix
Style: Year: 2014 time: 1'49" This version of the famous Christmas carol starts very softly with bells and 12 string guitars and slowly builds up adding flutes, strings and full drums for a grand finale in the style a of a famous Christmas pop hit of the mid 70s.
Style: Year: 2013 time: 3'40" Driving with your top down on a perfect sunny day, not a care in the world. A smooth blend of electric and acoustic guitars, strumming and weaving positive melodies over energetic drums and bass. A feel-good track that grows in intensity from intro to the final chorus.
Style: Year: 2007 time: 3'30" A wild ride across a beautiful, changing landscape: this horse can take you anywhere your heart desires. Gliding on a lush field of Acoustic gtrs, simple, delicate Electric and slide melodies paint pictures of energy and peace. Positive tension builds up and explodes at the end of the 2nd chorus.
Big Red Moon
Style: Year: 2007 time: 1'59" A big red moon is rising over the hills as you sit on the lawn on a warm late spring night. 12 strings guitar build a simple, peaceful atmosphere with just a touch of melancholy. Percussion and a distant banjo join in and then delicate drumming drive the song home.
Style: Year: 2007 time: 2'13" The road lies ahead, a new adventure, and in the rearview mirror we see familiar places fading in the distance. The radio plays this happy and somewhat nostalgic tune driven by 12 string acoustic guitars. The main theme is played with more energy and additional electric guitar the second time around.