David Banks

David Banks

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Unique - Soundtracks | London, United Kingdom
Total Song Plays: 23,868   
Member Since: 2010
   Last Login: 8/19/2019

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I've worked with many musicians over the years (Dave Murray-Iron Maiden, Rat Scabbies-The Dammed, Kim Wilde, Hazel O'connor, XTC, Peter Gabriel; to name a few) and toured with a few big names. Had deals with Arista/RCA/A&M/Oval/. Had great management too!(Tony Smith-Hit&Run/Marcus Russell-Ignition) Those were the days! I'm afraid I'm doing it all on my own now! So am I glad I found this site!


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Anxious Rabbit posted 1 week ago


Hey David, i'm fairly new to Broad Jam compared most, but have some grey hair on the music side. You have an impressive body of work and it's plain a very flexible musicality. I have a personal question, which i'd prefer not to ask on an open forum if i may. My email is [ timkoerber@earthlink ] - unless you'd prefer otherwise, no worries. Cheers! TK


Barry Osbourn posted 2 weeks ago


Hi David, just wanted to thank you again for the advice and inspiration you shared with me back in April. I'm not one of those empty talkers, I actually do what I say I will. I went back into the studio and have been working ever since. I ended up with like 40 new instrumentals and really expanded my beats and textures and moods thanks to your inspiration. I didn't listen to any of your music again after that so any resemblances are purely coincidental. I very mush like to pursue my own passions. anyway. I wish there was a way to highlight new songs on our song list here but don't see such a function. 4 songs that were inspired by listening to you are: "Cruising" "Broken", " Passion and Pride", and "Triumph and Defeat". The last one oddly enough could fit in the same sub genre as your vastest work. the Zeitgeist at work. and I too find the Broadjam description list wanting. Take care and thanks again. Barry Osbourn


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