If you are into your hockey then I guess you like to listen to Hockey Theme Music from time to time. Well here is a Guy Called Terry Gomes playing “Ice on Fire” in this Video Instrumental but Terry is not only a Hockey Music on Guitar player, He has just released an Instrumental Guitar Jazz Album you can check out the Album Promo on his official site or his YouTube Channel.
As a musical and literal genius who does not know how to play music or write, I wish to share this special tune with you Today. It has that kind of guitar I like anyway, Not that sure if you like squeaky blues sound, Grinding Guitars Kick in straight away which in this case sounds good while other tunes a build up sound much better. It gets a little dramatic around 1.40 where it will send you on a slightly dramatically deep thought mood before it picks you up again at 2.00. It does it again later in the track somewhere but I am listening to it in vlc and the window keeps snapping if I try to find the exact point I will stop enjoying the tune,As music is all about it sounding good or bad and not technical data.
I could try to babble about this track for a few more words but what’s the point I don’t know if people reading this blog are musicians or listeners. If you make music you will hear it in a more critical way or try find a way to implement the sound into your own music. If you are just a listener who likes new music from real musicians not what you are told is cool by the mass media then you will just enjoy the track like myself. I just might learn to play this on my guitar later it should be easy to play all I need to do is learn a few more scales and chords and probably strumming maybe I will go learn it now but I have to get myself a guitar first. You may think I am just talking jibberish here even though I am but it’s a Good way to get your music found by others through search terms. You just need to find a blogger who is crazy enough to publish it let alone write it in the first place. But that blogger is not totally insane he only allows music without words to be shared on his site. Think about becoming a member just visit the register page and see if you can write any better than me about music without words.
While Youjay did not write this tune directly for his now deceased friend Les, He admits that his death did somehow influence the tune, maybe this is what gives the tune a soulful yet somewhat positive uplifting sound, As you have to think of Death as a new beginning and not just as a loss.
Les wanted his “Epitaph” to read “No More-No Less” which I think means that he may no longer be around but his memories are here to stay with all who knew him. In other words I am no longer about but you won’t be able to forget me that easily. As a last respect YouJay used this “Epitaph” as the Track Title for his Dog and Guitar loving friend Les.
I quite like the quality of this recording it’s from an artist called Andrew Bunting from the Uk. It has good heavy drums and a nice dark bass not to mention a great solo.
Uploaded a new video entitled “The Hard Rock Guitar Trudge”… not really a video, just a hard rock guitar solo jam to get you going on your chores or whatever…