Thursday, 3 January 2013
Hells Belles first class Allgirl Tribute to AC/DC performing High Voltage www.hellsbelles.de
copyright by Hellsbelles.de
High Voltage 1080P 16 9
This is my next track. All the instrumental parts were written by myself. Except for guitars there are only vst instruments.
I do not own videos with Lord Vader and the orchestra. Music is mine of course but I got this movies from 'sweduck's' and 'dorisig's' channel and big thanks to them for letting me use their videos!
Marta Witiw - Sudden Rush ft. Lord Vader
I know there is nothing new in it, BUT this is my first own guitar instrumental song I've ever written, it was two years ago and all I wanted at that time was to be 'Satriani'. I decided to make a video and record all parts all over again. So... Here it is, funny song with a 'funny' video. CLOSE ENOUGH.
I made the drums in Superior Drummer and rhythm guitars & bass were recorded by myself.
Marta Witiw - CLOSE ENOUGH
|Erja Lyytinen: Forbidden Fruit|
1. Joyful Misery
2. Hold On Together
3. At Least We Still Fight
4. Forbidden Fruit
5. Death Letter
6. Change of Season
8. Press My Button
9. Things About Coming My Way
‘Forbidden Fruit’ finds Finnish slide guitarist Erja Lyytinen taking the blues into the personal realm, to find new ways of expressing her feelings, understanding life experiences and realising her musical ambitions. From the deeply felt lyrics and well crafted songs, to the emotional input of her solos and expansive band harmonies, ‘Forbidden Fruit’ embodies the essence of everything we identify as the blues. Whether you could call it therapy, deeply held personal convictions, or more simply a celebration of life, this album has it all. And as Erja humorously remarks; ‘It was all made without an auto tuner (laughs), so everything is played and sang as you hear it’.
‘Forbidden Fruit’ is a multi layered album. Peel away a layer and you will find another rich seam of lyrical meaning and intricate guitar parts. The heart felt lyrics match the deep guitar tones and sonic textures, all glued together by Erja own natural vivacity.
Recorded at Helsinki’s Rescue Room Studios, the album’s sensual front cover photo was shot at Murder Mile studios in London by Finnish photographer Tina Korhonen. The all female crew added to an apparent statement of Erja’s self confidence. And there’s much to be proud of, as ‘Forbidden Fruit’ explores the full spectrum of life’s experiences; up, down and sideways. There’s a imperceptible meeting of old blues traditions - the art of story telling and sexual double entendres - with contemporary musical values and guitar solo’s that evoke lyrical meaning.
For every well crafted turn of phrase there’s an intricate guitar part to match, ranging from co-producer Davide Floreno’s tremolo guitar figure on ‘Joyful Misery’ to Erja’s guitar- led wall of sound on ‘Jealousy’. She further explores the full tonal possibilities of her new custom shop Fender Stratocaster on ‘Forbidden Fruit’, ‘Joyful Misery’ and the dual guitar fest that is ‘Change Of Season’, while the radical arrangement and unusual chords on ‘Death Letter’ re-invigorate the blues standard and help integrate it into the albums sequential flow.
Co-song writer Alan Darby (who has worked with Bonnie Raitt and Bonnie Tyler) provides the American feel on two relationship songs, the self explanatory ‘At Least We Still Fight’ and the deeply personal ‘Joyful Misery’. The latter is inspired by a 50 year relationship between her uncle and aunt. The lyrics of the title tracks pull no punches - ‘A flower in blossom attracts all kind of bees’ - as Erja achieves her goal of ‘sounding honest, beautiful and sad at the same time’, before she belatedly offers us a cathartic release with Lil Johnson’s ‘Press My Button’.
‘Forbidden Fruit’ is an album of real substance, emotion, superb band interplay and Erja’s very best vocals. The blues never sounded more essential.
Thu, 24 Jan
Chislehurst, BRY, UK
The Beaverwood Club
Sat, 26 Jan
The Limelight Theatre
Sun, 27 Jan
Skegness Rock and Blues Weekend
Mon, 28 Jan
The Jericho Tavern
Thu, 31 Jan
Billericay, LO, UK
The New Crawdaddy Club
Wed, 06 Feb
Theater De Stoep
Thu, 07 Feb
Theater de Purmaryn
Sat, 09 Feb
Capelle Aan Den Ijssel, NL
Tue, 12 Feb
Wed, 13 Feb
Playing with a cello bow on an acoustic guitar..
The second half of my interpretation of the main Braveheart Film Theme
Braveheart Theme played on Bowed Guitar +Intro
The Four Movements - by Robyn Zahra Lowzley - Solo Guitar