Ian Ritchie

Ian Ritchie

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Rock - General | Falkirk, Scotland, United Kingdom
Total Song Plays: 540   
Member Since: 2017
   Last Login: 10/19/2018
   Sounds Like: Nightwish, Delerium

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Song Description

Composed this with the brilliant George Selsky over the past few weeks it's grown into what we have today.

Story Behind the Song

Benandonner was a Giant from Norse/Celtic Mythology who was involved with "The Giant's Causeway" between Scotland & Ireland. This song is to depict the strength & power....even though he was afraid of babies!

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Broadjam Member Reviews

Nice Job -
Good sounding mix & guitar textures & tones
Keys add a nice texture
tasty guitar licks without trying too hard to play fast
always a better choice!

    - STEVE WILBANKS

Brilliant and chilling piece with really good highs and lows. Instrumentation and arrangement are top-notch. The power is almost overwhelming. Reminiscent of a lot of Pink Floyd's stuff. Outro is very original.

    - MGB

Song Length
5:46
Genres
Rock - Hard Rock, Rock - General
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Instrumental
Mood
Aggressive

Subject Matter
Determination, Encouragement

Similar Artist
Nightwish
Language
No Language
Era
2000 and later

Music Credits Ian Ritchie/George Selsky (Equally)
Producer Credits Ian Ritchie/George Selsky
Performance Credits Ian Ritchie/George Selsky