We are playing now for many years. First we did play mainly traditionals. Then some time ago we began to play around with our own compositions, adding coat after coat, cutting here and there, adding here and there. We prefer not to make a lot of words to explain us and our music, we hope our music explains itself and tells you something about us through itself. There are many influences, naturally, and they blend with our own imagination, experiences, feelings and way to play and perform. All in all it still is a work in progress, the results still keep surprising us. But most of all -it continues to be a lot of fun!
Music is a language everybody speaks, music gives thoughts and feelings a body, music alows me to speak to myself and others in a way that goes beyond rationality
to find a band of soul mates again and to play as long as my fingers find their way on the fretboard
Don't waste my time with answering such questions, just do what needs to be done.
Der Mond ist aufgegangen, lyrcis: Matthias Claudius (1776), composition: Franz Schubert (1816)
Csn&y, Eric Clapton, Jim Croce, Tim Hardin, Scott Joplin, Leo Kottke, Fleetwood Mac, John Mayall, Howlin' Wolf, Bob Dylan, The Band, Robbie Robertson, Paul Butterfield, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Ry Cooder, Werner Lämmerhirt, Hannes Wader, ....
Just listen, no need to explain
Depends on the audience
There is no reality, there are many different realities, and there is no recipe for all
Interesting platform to meet other musicians, to listen to music, to exchange opinions - in limits. Since I have a life outside of the internet and since I prefer to make music instead of talking about music, my time for drooble is very limited
That I did not learn my instrument earlier
Who am I to answer such a question? Look at the big musicians - the played, they did believe in their work, they had their ups and downs, some where discovered, some not, and all of them never stopped playing ... some blues musicians where completely forgotten and sitting on their porches, when some British guys started to play the old blues tunes and this brough the old blues musicians back on stage and into the spotlight - but they were great musicians all the time ...