It's a bit tongue-in-cheek and follows an argument between a couple about one's laziness and the other's get-up-and-goo! Enter Franky Gibbon and it immediately morphed into a more laid back reggae-feel number.
Artist: Garmonsway, Gibbon & Harrington
New Release: One Way Conversations
Located in: UK
One Way Conversations - This song started life as a lounge piano song written By Alan Garmonsway. It's a bit tongue-in-cheek and follows an argument between a couple about one's laziness and the other's get-up-and-goo! Enter Franky Gibbon and it immediately morphed into a more laid back reggae-feel number. After a bit more studio work and Al Harrington joining in, it changed again, and I am at a bit of a loss to describe its genre, but to me, it has the feel of a New Orleans street band! The words remain tongue-in-cheek, but have a certain resonance if you've ever had this sort of discussion with your partner!
We continue to promote our NorthEast ep and are looking forward to doing some more studio work together - the songs are written and it now all needs organizing. Ali Davis is on standby to create some more of her great paintings for each song, but in the meantime, she has created one for a new Garmonsway September release called 'Severn's Hidden Mysteries', which is more of a folk collaboration with Anne Cunningham. So, ultimately there will be Garmonsway for my solo recordings, Garmonsway, and Cunningham for my folk/acoustic songs and Garmonsway, Gibbon and Harrington for my rock/acoustic songs.
I'm developing songs and ideas for each of the recording opportunities and the ideas are coming thick and fast, We'll not be short of material, and that in itself is a challenge as we have to make early decisions which songs will work best for future releases.
Spotify link - https://open.spotify.com/artist/1delsvuFLrz7bwAKMddZQR