Nhoj Morley

 
05/28/2018

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Salvaged items from the bygone days of tape, hum and silly electric drums.

05/28/2018

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A fresh update then more stone age items, mostly made in a hurry before having to return the gear.

05/28/2018

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Written for the Tim McVeigh crowd in '94. That's my daughter's voice.

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Symphonic comedy from 1995.

05/28/2018

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A Doctor Who song inspired by episode one of The Brain of Morbius. The primitive drums were extracted and replaced by less primitive drums. The flute is played on a keyboard triggering a Yamaha TX-802.  Made first in 1986 and again in '94.

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1985

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Stringy stuff from 1995.

06/20/2018

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One item on this list was to be chosen for a top-to-bottoms updating. This is the first song I ever finished. So, for good measure, I have finished it again. Yes, that's my cat. This fifth incarnation rocks it silly.

 

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Nhoj Morley, Ted Koppel, Col. Qaddafi
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Morley, Koppel

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(1986) Music for an episode of a mid-80's Nightline. 

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In the summer of '84, I had just been fired and I was broke. On the bright side, I had the big Tascam 8-track, the Sony PCM recorder and Bob's Prophet 5 for one more weekend. The Synsonic drum is half-programmed, half-played. This is the one and only mix ever made.

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05/28/2018

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(1990) Made with a Yamaha SK-1... a cute little toy keyboard with voice sampling ability. The loops, sorry, samples come from an episode of The Avengers (Mrs. Peel version). 

 

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1986

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1995