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Goddess Reprisal (Alt Version - Remastered by LLOM)

Dave Migman on February 14, 2013 09:10

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    LLOM remastered Goddess Reprisal after listening to the track and hearing other drums and noise in there too. I really love this version. The sound of those skins is quality. Hope you enjoy this remix.

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    • Dave Migman
      Dave Migman at 0.02 on May 14, 2013 21:08

      Lyrics: The Goddess Reprisal i've been putting in a lot of miles
      to touch the sky and the ocean
      from vault to bedrock
      clinging to pinnacles like a raven
      folded wing under scurrying skies
      down to the singing pebbles
      an eel amongst each temporal undulation

      my toes are lined with hard skin
      old blisters turn white
      (my snow capped toes)
      the veins are pronounced
      across the bones
      every sore is a medal to me

      up through the undergrowth, hanging vines
      the humid air of limestone paths
      slippery with dark clay
      the woodpeckers taping out their codes
      so alive it is still.

      there, in the woods
      the white sow runs
      her grunts soothe the trees
      she is as big as a bull
      with the grace of a finch
      her eyes flash
      green in the night

      this wolf is padding the track
      he is alone, content
      for the mountain cast displays
      of sparks and fires
      clouds are vortexes of wonder
      animated sequences
      of lost stories
      of times he had
      yet to come

      the old god faces stare down from
      their roosts, the trees are stunning
      parasols , their leaves
      and needles glowing in the stillness
      outside my window
      the oranges are
      green

      there is a rhythm to his stride

      the mountain wears a diadem of gold
      each evening the birds
      bicker their love songs across
      the gorge, down from
      the steeps, to the old walls
      and their secrets. eels
      carouse the cold water of the
      river, their eyes are clear

      now the swallows offer me their
      rubies and the jay her fingers,
      gloriously speckled. the goddess
      will rise, pregnant
      with white fire and cosmic sperm, she will
      draw the waters close and the
      madness will be pronounced upon
      the kingdom of her reign

      the moon is a token
      of the goddess' reprise
      swollen and bloody

    • Dave Migman
    • NYTE EEGLE
      NYTE EEGLE at 1.47 on February 23, 2013 15:10

      great imagery,, incredible poetic delivery... -- very nice, Dave

    • Dave Migman
    • Spleen Erebus
      Spleen Erebus at 1.31 on February 18, 2013 08:17

      Dave,i heard this last night and it's awesome.So much like the story you wrote and LLOM did a interesting job.

    • M Jeffrey Sampson
      M Jeffrey Sampson at 2.25 on February 18, 2013 05:18

      @Dave Migman: I have to agree with Michael here - I'd prefer the voice to be more upfront in the mix.

    • Dave Migman
      Dave Migman at 2.25 on February 17, 2013 19:39

      @LLOM: Me, I love them both, but I must admit, I really do like that extra boom and the sound of those skins, really LLOM it makes me salivate every time I hear that sound.

    • LLOM
      LLOM at 2.25 on February 17, 2013 14:03

      @swampmessiah: Very true man. I brought the intro volume up because some of the sounds I added were hiding the words. I didn't do that for the main part. I also felt the same way when comparing the two versions, the volume dynamics in the original are awesome. The words are the most important to me as well but my intention was to have the drums follow what is said. So I decided if you can still understand the words it'll be OK. Thanks very much for your comments I shall keep them in mind.

    • swampmessiah
      swampmessiah at 2.25 on February 16, 2013 16:37

      I like that the volume on your voice is more consistent between the two parts but would still like it turned up. I like the composition and arrangement but the primary interest, to me, is always your voice/words.

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