SEEKINGBand to Join.
Experienced gigging / studio semi-pro keyboard player, also play 5 String Banjo, Irish Whistle, Accordion, recently returned from Thailand (based Queen Bee, the old Tokyo Joe, Bangkok). Looking for band that needs keyboards. Play 5 String Banjo for fun, Keyboards as professional, and enjoy filling in with Accordion, Whistle, and the occasional bass gig!
- Screen name:
- Richard Paul
- Member since:
- May 22 2018
- Active over 1 month ago
- Level of commitment:
- Years playing music:
- Gigs played:
- Over 100
- Tend to practice:
- 2-3 times per week
- Available to gig:
- 6-7 nights a week
Everything I hear, everything I play. There isn't a list - Country to Rock, Folk to Electronic, but I don't play Jazz...!!
- Electronic Music:
- Bass Guitar:
Nord Stage 3, Nord Electro 6D, Trad Accordion, PRS Kingfisher Bass, Recording King 5 String Banjo, Deering Artisan 5 String Banjo, Computer modules and midi keyboard controller, various Irish Whistles.
Streets - Shiver Nov 2018
Streets - Shiver Nov 2018A take on Streets.
Jazz ShotA short Jazzy stab. My own composition. I may work on this one a bit more.
Do Not Go Gentle
Do Not Go GentleAn interpretation of Dylan Thomas' famous poem.
Moonlight 1st Mmt
Moonlight 1st MmtA rather poor, badly timed, interpretation of the 1st Movement. I will re-do this once I've learned to count in time!
Sample 1 - Light Music
Sample 1 - Light MusicLight, relaxing music. A bit of fun, based on Summertime and others.
Short Ragtime Sample
Short Ragtime SampleA short Ragtime sample composed and played by Richard Thomas
Relaxing ClassicalI wrote this piece in a hurry. I like it more and more, and may well come back to it and extend it.
Heavy ClassicalCrash, bang, wallop, and ugh. The idea is OK, but the execution is poor.
Sticky RiceThis is a piece I wrote following the discovery that Thai Sticky Rice is really difficult to make, and how not eating all of it is showing disrespect to the love and care that goes into its creation. I am very grateful to the lovely Thai guy who showed me.
SnowflakeI was stuck for a name for this piece, until a friend called Stacy said it sounded like a Snowflake.
HuaHinGentle, relaxing music that is evocative of the soft waves on a tropical beach. I think this one grows on me.
Song Of The Saen Saeb
Song Of The Saen SaebGentle, soothing, relaxing, a journey across the water. I love this piece, and wrote it in ten minutes for a Video production.