Being on Facebook, without being on Facebook

I’ve tried Facebook, even twice. But I decided two times already that it’s just too noisy, and not really for me, so I deleted my account there for the second time already. Not easy, since everyone seems to assume that just everyone else is on FB as well (and their links keep bugging you to rejoin again), but ok – I can do without.

Still I found this lately:

Obviously someone over at Wikiloops liked my first upload that much that he (or she) said so on FB – and I’m kind of touched about the mentioning of “wjl’s debut track” – which is of course based upon the awesome work of others (OliVBee from France, moonchild from the USA, and Liesching from Germany). And I agree, that piece is magic – that’s why I chose it as my first one there.

You can scroll down (backwards in time) on this blog for it, or you can listen to “Eternally” on Wikiloops if you wish.

So thanks to Dick, Baer, Richard or whoever posted this (OliVBee? Shi? Just guessing) – it means a lot; thanks again!

To everyone here, thanks for reading. And maybe for listening.

Desperate Androids

And now for something different. Play this one loud if you can:

This track is embedded with the friendly permission by the creatives on wikiloops.com.

Musicians:

Thanks for listening. Musicians: consider joining us there in the loops; it’s free and it’s fun (as you might have guessed already)!

Got remixed…

OliVBee, the original template author/creator of what would later be Moonchild’s “Eternally” just remixed my bass into the piece. Here it is, and I think he even did a bit more than just to “mix” it – so merçi encore Olivier:

This track is embedded with the friendly permission by the creatives on wikiloops.com.

Enjoy…

If This Is Love

This is Stella from the UK, and I added my fretless bass to her song:

This track is embedded with the friendly permission by the creatives on wikiloops.com.

Musicians, so far:

Thanks for listening.