Hello, everybody! After some time doing different songs, I decided to upload some of the ones I already did and the collaborations with other authors.
You'll find all the songs I've been doing in alphabetical order by artists, I hope I can increase the amount of songs uploaded much more!
- "Time Tonight": A preview of one of the packs I'm throwing out of Frusciante. The guitarist was releasing the last album of the six he would release over the course of a year, and he gives us a melancholy song, like much of the album, but with a delicacy typical of the life he has suffered. A simple instrumentation but with a moving lyric that catches and leaves us with an air of sadness but that is heard again and again to remember what a great artist this musician is. More songs from him will come soon!
- "If You Found This, It's Probably Too Late": A b-side for 2007's "Brianstorm", this short song kicks off with a strings intro, and then turns into one minute of the loudest, angriest and hardest-rocking punk song the band ever did. It's not hugely well known but it's a fan favorite, and an entertaining minute for sure.
- "Cornerstone": was a single, and to this day remains a live staple of the band's shows, it was featured in every show on their latest tour. Alex Turner told Uncut Magazine that he wrote this breezy love song about meeting girls in pubs who remind him of the one he's trying to forget, "one morning, quite quickly." He added: "There's something to be said for writing in the morning. At other points in the day you're a bit more defensive. I saw it as a challenge to write something in a major key, but that wasn't cheesy."
- "Fire And The Thud": a very personal and raw song about Turner's then-girlfriend Alexa Chong. In fact, it was so personal that Turner initially didn't want to sing it, recording a version with Alison Mosshart singing lead instead, but eventually decided to "grow up" and record it himself. Mosshart still sings backing vocals in it.
- "Stop Crying Your Heart Out": The lyric cooperation in Oasis came about with this album: a disparate album with ups and downs but without a doubt with great songs: One of their great ballads that is part of the film "The Butterfly Effect" is a song with Beatle influences (unimaginable, isn't it?) with some beautiful vocal melodies by Liam and with hopeful lyrics that Noel has accustomed us to from the beginning. A simple song in instrumentation but a fun song to sing. Personally, one of my favorite songs.
Red Hot Chili Peppers:
- "Desecration Smile": This is the 4th single from "Stadium Arcadium", an essentially acoustic song with different electric phrases that add feelings to the song. Anthony says that the lyrics are inspired by Heather and that in the lyrics he tries to channel thoughts, images and ideas of what happened with her or in previous relationships. Thanks to Yaniv297 for various corrections!
- "Torture Me": Perhaps the most powerful song in "Stadium Arcadium"? Maybe, probably, yeah. An incredible song that maintains an explosive energy throughout the song that in a brief impasse leads to an unbridled solo. Thanks to nsw1-6 for tempo map and drums and Yaniv297 for various corrections and keys!
- "Death Of A Martian": The end of "Stadium Arcadium" can not have another epic that concludes in a better way the album. The guitar stands out (once again) with an outro that begins with a guitar filled with chorus taking it to an extraterrestrial sound and that concludes with an epic solo with an Anthony reciting a poem that according to him, he took from a book of poems and that he wanted to make it sound as strange as possible. As for the lyrics of the song, it is influenced by the death of Flea's dog as they considered her "a pillar of love, happiness and strength". Thanks to Atruejedi for harmonies and various corrections!
- "C'mon Girl": a song that unfolds frantically and with a chorus in which, according to Frusciante, he tried to do something "heavy metal" with great power. Entertaining to play but with great difficulty.
- "Hard To Concentrate": the most vulnerable side of the band in which Kiedis proposes to marry his wife to make her family. According to Flea, the bass line is influenced in the same way of playing with Frusciante with a lot of openness in the fingers on what the guitarist is developing delicate guitar lines with a drum set with bongos and so on.
- "Hey": Chili Peppers' encounter with depth is in this song. A strange bass line leads far and wide to the song which is finished off with the delicacy of Frusciante leading another great guitar solo and a drum kit with a basic rhythm but not overloading the environment even more. It lives up to its nickname of "light and jazzy" one of the best songs on the album and certainly one of the most fun to play.
- "If": a recording with a "folky" sound that has its high point in the bass line that leads to the whole song in which Kiedis sings about the simple pleasures of loving someone and going for a walk with them. A short but attractive and delicate song.
- "So Much I": one of the most rocking songs of the band at the command of Flea. Influenced by the way Guy Picciotto of the band Fugazi plays, it gives shape to a totally frantic song in which Kiedis is singing and rapping. Really entertaining with a nice guitar solo and an ending to remember The Who and break everything (maybe not so much but intense for sure).
- "Strip My Mind": a totally slow song with an even bigger role of Frusciante in the vocals but with a great melody by Kiedis too. A song supported by a simple guitar structure carried by Smith and Flea in a great way while Kiedis talks again about love and not to undress his mind (maybe to not express himself completely fragile and loving? Maybe that's it). Anyway, a song with a great guitar solo and although it's slow, it's fun to play.
- "We Believe": a strange guitar moving out of time and a bass out of theory books (according to Flea), what does it result in? "Failla Funk". According to Kiedis, it talks about time travel in dreams which gives meaning to the dark and mysterious atmosphere felt throughout the song. Outstanding performance by Chad Smith with his totally distinctive playing. A great guitar solo that leads to the last song of this pack.