Two Steps (2steps.it)
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Nominated by the crew for either outstanding quality, technique or creativity (or combination of) on 4th May 2010
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This song has been in progress for more than a year.... it started right after the release of Necros' "Orchard Street", where the first twenty or so patterns were conceived. Afterwards it was left in dust and forgotten until recently when I, with Sirrus (Bryan Rudge) started gathering songs for Stein's sequel to Stage 9. Needless to say over that year or so that this song was left in storage, a lot changed about me musically. I started doing game music, getting more CDs, keeping myself listening, studying, reading up on technology, and furthering and deepening my interest in the art I have always loved and aspired to become a professional at. The listener might be able to tell exactly where I finished the song up since it does go through many phases and doesn't necessarily follow the strict lyric - chorus - lyric form, but the lesson for that I have learned and will pass on in releasing it to others is that you can find new life in your old work, and when you love the art you may find yourself laboring at sometimes, fresh ideas will come to you, always. This song is dedicated to three people... the first being Bruce Hornsby, an inspiration and consumate pianist and composer, the second being Necros, without whose original piece (and samples! haha) got this thing started, and lastly, to Bryan Rudge, aka Sirrus, who added some outstanding finishing touches to this piece and who has served as a trusted friend and colleague for the last 5 years of my life. Alexander Brandon, 1999
"Two Steps" by Alexander Brandon -alex_mail.portup.com (c) 1999 "Two Steps" by Alexander Brandon of Straylight Productions - for the Stage 9 mdisc - _________________________ press shift-F9 for plenty of ramble... Greets go out to... The wonderful Tristin Bergh, my forever... Basehead, the funky side of Straylight, and his Jenlee _________________________ (c) 1999