April 30th, 2010
This week’s podcast is the pseudo-countryish-rap ditty from my Two Sides Of The Same Soul album called “Hope (The Nightmare).” It’s a catchy tune, but overall, quite simple. The subject matter is sacrificing to get what you want even given that constant, nagging caveat that nothing is for certain.
You will also notice this is my first week back to the acoustic in a while. It is a Yamaha APX-500 thin profile E/A cutaway, and I really like it. You’ll also notice the audio quality sucks. That is because I accidentally deleted the file from my voice recorder, so I had no choice (unless I rerecorded the whole thing). I think it is still tolerable though.
Direct link to video on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SAw_64UPvjQ
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