Tag Archives: mixing

The Rain in Spain…

This week the pitter-patter, or rushing torrent, of rain upon our rooftops has inspired two songs in its honour. We may not like it much, but it makes the gardens grow, and it does give you license to stay inside without feeling like you’re missing out on anything. Please give our efforts a listen and let us know what you think. As ever, the link is: http://songassignment.wordpress.com/

New Songs: Old Boats

This week we wrote our songs about boats-have a listen and tell us what you think. And see if you can spot Vlad Lad’s new toy!

Two Songs About Shoeboxes

These weeks seem to be flying by! The latest Song Assignment is up and ready for your ears: http://songassignment.wordpress.com/

Please listen and let us know what you think.


This Week’s Theme: Dogs

We’re not really sure why, but somehow we ended up writing about dogs this time-I think it was Dave’s idea. Anyhow, you can listen to them both at http://songassignment.wordpress.com/ and tell us who’s got the best bark. And we’d love it if you dropped us an idea for our next assignments!

Sweets for My Sweet

This week we’ve written about candy-so you can get over your Easter chocolate hangover to the sweeeeet sounds of our favourite edible delights. Many thanks to special guest Little Pebble who came up with the idea and has joined in for this one: http://songassignment.wordpress.com/

SA No. 11-Cover the Song That Was No. 1 on the Day You Were Born

This was a very difficult one for me, as I felt I couldn’t possibly do justice to Spandau Ballet’s original “True”. I did my best and tried to stay with the 80s synth vibe, but discovered there’s no way I can sing like Tony Hadley. If you follow the link, you can listen to my effort and also DM’s “Bright Eyes” by Art Garfunkel. Who knew that we were born with such classics playing in the background?


New Song Assignment-lets paint!

Just a quick note to say that Wednesday has rolled around again and this week we are both on time with our homework! You can listen here:

ps this is by Howard Hodgkin