by Brendan S
Uploaded my meditations (audio meditations) and instrumentals here. (For my SUN). To be shiny as the sun can be shining.
I will make a more official spot for them soon. (Some might be repeats, and I tried to sneak in a few extra ones from over the years). Order was random.
Robb Highland & Brendan S - "Taking It" - A hip-hop song I collaborated with someone on last year (my cousin) Michael.
Stara Zagora - Dust-Bin Parade.mp3 - An old song from a band called Stara Zagora.
I definitely am involved in some of the production of other music sometimes, somehow, in mysterious ways.
Not always interested in sharing everything.
Keep it real, rite now ..... thanks for listening to what I do share.
Metro - I Am The Center.mp3 - And no, I don't know who the band "World Trade Center" is, but this mp3 was downloaded because it was offered for free, and I originally got it from a website that had it for download for free ..
T.S.O.L. - Black Magic - An old 80s punk classic rock song from the band/chemical sounds of T.S.O.L. It's called Black Magic.
Space Girl v2 - Original song I put a lot of loving work in to the making of, because I was so enlightened by how positive the first version of the song sounded a long time ago. I'm one of the rare people who've made multiple songs for multiple girlfriends, and sometimes "with" some of my female friends, starting with my first "actual" girlfriend Rumi, a japanese girl. I think she inspired this song. (v2). by Brendan S.
SMG - Bullet TO Spare - and the song Don't Call It Mine (which is my personal favorite), but they are songs by the dreaded and all powerful SMG-God, otherwise known as "God #2." He's busy these days with new engineering techniques, so I thought I'd post his best two songs myself. (They are from one of his last CD's on an EP entitled Machine 5.5)
I don't talk about my life much anymore, and I don't try to relate with or get to know so many people, who I've known in the past, or present, with the present hatred as well as resident-over-loving of idolized people in an internet culture, but I know from what friends I've had, and the girlfriends I usd to know, that I remember none of them really seemed to understand the pain I've felt and experienced in life. For those who actually know what pain feels like, or even "is" what it once was, or becomes, once it changes, once either the pain changes you, or you have changed the pain itself, this is a pretty rare song by Heather Nova called "Ride" that somehow mixed/ripped with another song at the same time called "Beautiful Storm" and I just left them together, and uploaded them both. It actually seemed to have only caught the end, in a very mysterious effect of the two songs combined..
Heather Nova - Ride and Beautiful Storm Intro.mp3
Light As A Feather by Jesse Harris - Lighten up with this classic early millennium hit that used to play on Pandora all day long, back in the day.. Light As A Feather.
Through The wounds We Soon Will Stitch (Remastered).mp3 - A Whisper In The Noise song I remastered/reproduced today out of interest, because I love the sound of this song, and I like it so much, I thought I'd personally reproduce the sound quality. Keep it real..
Vance Joy - From Afar (Instagram Recording) - Captured this from Instagram while Vance Joy was live, from the first week of all this forced reclusiveness we've been going through.. I think it has a good emotional effect, and the feeling went through well on this one.
Stay happy. More cute smiles, please. No forced country songs or bad radio hosts, ever.
In The Glow by Angus & Julia Stone. A remix/redux of this song -- slightly different-sounding, with different quality, and levels and production. Listen closely to focus on this one enough to hear the actual words to the song. I mentioned the name of a girl recently who's been ruining my life merely because of "karma" alone, and how she judges my very face for an awe-inspiringly sad hatred for the relationship I have to weed and marijuana, at the dispensary where I buy it at. I like this song, and due to the fact I actually smoke weed to enhance myself, and become better, I also wanted to make this song better, but I see nothing in the words or lyrics of "hers" or anyone like her, to say, whoever she is, or whatever her name is, or for whatever reason why she doesn't want me to be popular or in the glow of the love of the world: I keep on making music of my own, also, anyway.
I uploaded a better version of the song "Wild Mountain Thyme" today. It's the original from the CD I had at work, back when I worked at a clothing store in Bar Harbor, they had on a global music / world music CD. Give it a listen, now, so you can smile all day.
Throughout the years, I've had rare tracks from original demo's by certain artists, collaborations and meeting with individual artists and producers through unique circumstances, and through the events of all of this, I ended up with a song by God Lives Underwater (David Reilly) who, before he left the world behind, later in life took his own life recorded a version of the Simple Minds song "Don't You Forget About Me" and I was one of the rare, or only people/persons to whom I know of who had a copy of the song. He somehow managed to let it get onto social media, and I downloaded a copy of it just about 15 years ago, or maybe longer, and found it on a CD I had already titled, back when I was cleaning my studio last summer, the third track on an old CD I had already decidedly titled "Songs That Survived" and uploaded it today..
David Reilly - Don't You (Forget About Me).mp3
Earlimart - Heaven Adores You - This is a mood-boosting song, post-failure blues, and getting back up -- because some people are not as respected as others, we have been forced to live harder lives than the general masses of people in our countries. Due to our faces, our genes, and our souls we are discriminated against, and hated by the "own country" we love, and know, in spite of our own respect for the place we love and serve. I used to listen to this song back when I worked at the Criterion theater in Bar Harbor.. Maine has a lot of old-style places in its culture, and a lot of weird old antique-style buldings and habitats for life. The manager wished death upon me in a verbal threat on the same bus I used to ride home, years later, and I no longer work there today, for whatever mysterious reason he's chosen to hate me for. In 'spite' of the tyrants in my town, this song rhymes with my name, and I think Earlimart gets me, at least.
I want to put these in sections soon, I plan to when I am more interested in reaching out to certain artists either mentally, 'actually' or just through the media alone. I only want to share stuff that is meant to be shared, in the concept of music that would help people (and myself).
Piece By Piece.mp3 This is a really positive-sounding production of the song "Piece By Piece" by Feeder I just reproduced today, I think sounds really cool..
A website with hundreds, and some day thousands of songs you don't have (yet). Format is mp3.
(hosted by Brendan S)
This is a new site.
Bruce Springsteen - Atlantic City - I've listened to this song since college.
Tupac & Biggy Smalls & Johnny Cash - Hurt (No Comin' Back Version) - Reproduced version of this cool mix I found on Youtube. (Better version). Produced by Brendan S
The Verve Pipe - The Freshmen - I re-tuned and reproduced this quickly last night without thinking about it. I really hope it's okay to post this. (Click the song title to listen or save).
Check it out: 3 new songs.
Keltic Elektrik - Wild Mountain Thyme - Classic Summer Blues by a bohemian style band from somewhere not in the terrible America's.
Sparkely V - Knower.mp3 - A band I've loved listening to quietly for years. One of their cooler songs.
Sparkely V - Sarah G - A love song from Sparkely V.
Sparkely V is now findable on Soundcloud I just noticed. :) :)
New Song Added: "Downtown" by Sister Machine Gun. It always used to be one of my favorites by SMG. I think it's got a cool sound.
You're So Dear To Me - Right Click / Save.
I've had this song for a while, I used to listen to in a community house I hung out with a lot of my original friends in Bar Harbor. I heard it on an original independent studio CD from some project-based artists, devoting their time to the resources and money for strictly and solely the purpose of making CD's alone, in a studio somewhere in Michigan (the girl who gave me the CD told me) -- they're called Breathe OWL Breathe, and the song is, "You're So Dear To Me." it's a .wav file.
Brendan S - Riptide by Vance Joy [cover]
- Reproduced today, for volume, original tuning effect, and emotional effect I hope..
while I work on everything.
What I have found right now:
Noisex - Liars.mp3 - A classic electronic-sounding song, that'll scare the living daylights out of you. I've had this song for a long time, and it just seems to have a powerful effect. I think it's about technology and silicon valley, and the underground scenes.
"Eye Kandy" is a rare, lost New York Industrial rock band starring a young asian singer, who I followed a lot in the nineties, and in spite of their breaking up before they ever became a band, I listened to their CD DreamKillDream throughout high school in the nineties, and managed to save a copy and a lot of their work today.
The song "Dreamkiller" has always had a powerful effect on me. I dug it up after almost ten years, the last time I "heard it again."
I put four of their songs, with Dreamkiller as the first song on a new "debut" tribute CD to Eye Kandy, featuring some of their rare early tracks I was also able to save and hold on to, so I could make it after all these years..
DreamKillDream EP - (zip file)
The Dreamkiller / Erasing The Past EP - (zip file)
(right click and save)
Brendan S Music
Other Artists's Songs & Complete CD's
"Affirmatives" the new Brendan S CD