Week#290 ~ Captain O'Kain / Captain O'Kane

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  1. John Kelly
    John Kelly
    This tune suits your style and the location, Simon. I like your use of black and white here.
  2. Robert Balch
    Robert Balch
    I definately would enjoy pulling up a rock and listening to you play for a while.
  3. Simon DS
    Simon DS
    Thanks John, I wondered if sepia would have been better, and with the melody I was trying to get a sort of feverish, regretful despair. I like the location too, but I think he probably died on the back of a horse drawn cart heading north for the Lowlands rather than there in what could be a trench.

    Robert yes, take your pick of the rocks they’re everywhere!
    It’s one of my most enjoyable tasks when in rocky terrain -building a small wind shelter facing the sun. Cozy!

    [Edit: Sorry, I meant ‘Low Countries’, Pays Bas etc, not ‘Lowlands’]
  4. Gelsenbury
    That's a very poetic and expressive rendition, just right for this evocative tune. Well done, Simon!
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