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What To Do? 1.30.11

Posted by Sound Semantics in 2011songoftheweek, music video.
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The Bloggy Part

Well, you may have noticed a pattern by now. If not, allow me to explain.

After we put out ‘at the drop of a hat’ last summer, Eran & I went into a hibernation of sorts for a few months. Yeah, I know… wrong time of year for hibernation. Anyway I’ve said a few times that we are trying to get back into it–get the creativity flowing, and get the music playing. The videos we’ve put up over the past few weeks are a part of that effort.

We are posting a new video, for a new song (or arrangement), every Sunday this year. We’re excited about our new songs, and eager to share them with you. We even planned for Eran’s absence, and got a couple ready in advance! You’ll find a new song on our blog each week on Sunday… and of course, the video is on YouTube… and we’ll post a link to Facebook, and to Twitter… all the usual suspects. But the easiest way not to miss the new songs is to subscribe to the blog. Just sayin’

So, without further ado, here’s this week’s installment of Sound Semantics, version 2011. Hope you enjoy the songs, and the videos. Give us a holler, here or on Facebook, and let us know which ones you really like!

The Musicky/Videoey Part

What to do when Eran’s out of town?
Well, anyone can play guitar, right? Even Allie… right?


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Lightning in a Storm 1.23.11

Posted by Sound Semantics in 2011songoftheweek.
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**Lame intro alert**

As I write, Eran is on a plane from New York City going to Israel for a few weeks.  The weather looks good, and there shouldn’t be any storms along his journey. But I’m here holding down the fort, so I thought I’d send over a little lightning for our listeners.

**Lame intro complete**

Hope you enjoy the song 🙂

John Bell 1.16.11

Posted by Sound Semantics in 2011songoftheweek, music video.
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Ah, what a beautiful (gray/rainy/Portland) Sunday.  Good time for a story and a song, I think.  This one’s called ‘John Bell.’ We had a little fun with the video. Maybe you will, too.  Enjoy!

(PS. The video is a little out of sync. Apparently YouTube didn’t like our export. We’re working on the issue for future posts. In the meantime, humor us/use your imagination :))

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