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Lee Lucas - The Rise of Pumpkins in the Mist (Based Around A Theme By Milana Zilnik)

Lee >>> Lucas on February 22, 2013 11:07

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    The Rise of the Pumpkins in the Mist is an improvised piece I done around Milana's original Marching Pumpkins imrprov which can be found here: Marching pumpkins - A collaboration with you! Read the track description by MilanaZilnik To which she started a group project inviting clouders to have a go at doing their own improvisations around here fine little ditty or adding some additions to her original piece if you like. I felt it was a worthy project and there are many wonderful contributions by many fine clouders who have contributed to it.

    I decided to work around Milana's chords for the piece and do some variations around her melody for my improvisation here, and even though this project Milana put out a month back now, I feel it's never too late to contribute something to it, and it's a very enjoyable group to take part in. So give it a blast yourself.

    You can download Milana's improv from the link above and when done pop it in the group which is here: Marching pumpkins - A collaboration with you!

    You can find more of Milana's great music and songs here: MilanaZilnik

    I am sure you will not be disappointed one bit. She is one hell of a very talented Lady on the cloud who I respect and admire tremendously.

    Now with video and a little children's story I wrote whilst making it. Click on the Track Video Button to watch or the link here:

    Please find time to leave comments to which are always very well appreciated. Many thanks for listening.


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