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I am getting ready to release my new bilingual (English/Spanish) CD featuring the great Cuban American vocalist Ivana Céspedes soon. I have uploaded the artwork and mailed in the music files to the manufacturer, so the CD should be ready in about two weeks. In the meantime, you can listen and stream the songs at my website www.EdwardsMusicSite.com There is a great song about beautiful Puerto Rico called Borikén Land. There is a beautiful love song called Estaré Allí just in time for Valentine's Day. There are a couple of funny songs including El Chupacabra Y La Cabrota and other great songs. Enjoy!
On December 5th, 2021 I am the EMCEE at a world premiere of our new video Across Bank Street Pilot Part 1. The event will include dinner and a screening of the new short film. The event will take place at the Wallace Elks Club in North Idaho starting with red carpet interviews at 4 pm.
All the best.
Hello, Alvaro: Thanks. BTW, I just released two Latin CDs, one is an instrumental called Wataino, inspired by my Puerto Rican co-writer Orlando Sanchez, and the other CD is called Amor, Life and Chupabra Songs. You can hear most of them on Broadjam. Let me know what you think. Also, what are you composing these days? Send me a link. Gary A. Edwards firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you Gary.
I am creating a bilingual English/Spanish CD. We have finished mixing eight of the songs.
Wonderful. All the best.
If you send me your direct email address, I will side you an advance sample of my song Estare All and the lyrics and also telll me what you are working on. email@example.com
Dear Gary, Listening to "Soulmates", very COOL!! Nice job!! Love the Jazz sounds!! It's Marg & Art Corey again...........just sittin' back and chillin'....
Dear Sir, Nice sounding melody, nice movement on the song "Reflections"! I play guitar and use loops to arrive at my compositions. I would be honored if you went to our Broad Jam site and had a listen. Please feel free to give any pointers! Marg & Art Corey/Artists we're trying! Haaa!
I produced a movie last summer called How To Date Beautiful Women with writer/Director Mark P. Case. I also wrote almost all of the music on the movie's soundtrack. The movie is a comedy instructional DVD for young male bachelors about how to get beautiful women to accept a date with you. You can see a Trailer for the movie on Youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZ82b-r2q-E&feature=youtu.be 1
How To Date Beautiful Women - DVD. If you recall, last summer Mark P. Case and I produced a movie called "How To Date Beautiful Women". This movie is a comedic instructional video that takes the average or below average man on a journey in the pursuit of the "Beautiful Woman". We also have a Spanish version.
The DVD for is available now for sale at Amazon.com. Here is the direct link - http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B007X6CSMC 1
Hello. I've just finished producing a movie called How To Date Beautiful Women, written and directed by Mark Case. I produced the film, wrote the music for the soundtrack, and translated the Spanish version with subtitles. We are working on a distribution deal now and hopefully the film will be in Bog Box video stores, etc. in time for this Christmas Season. Keep your eyes open for the DVD.!
Hi Gary, I´ve had a really nice times listening to some of your songs, and will for sure listen to more as I am online here at broadjam...
Right now as im writing Im listening to your The gypse tango...
I must ask, this really sound as real instruments! If its not, what samples do you use, and what program do you work in?
I use PC and cubase and have alot from Eastwest...
I think your a very interesting composer and would like to here what you have done:-)
Have a nice day!
Marcus / Marques
thanks for your nice comments. The Gypsy Tango was recorded in St. Petersburg, Russia with real live instruments, violin, viola and cello who are members of the Nevsky String Quartet. The last I heard, the violinist was sick and it's been years since I've had contact with them. They also performed the piece in public and i have a copy of the program in Russian so that was fun. Tell me about yourself and your composing. Lately I have been writing some horror, sci-fi music for film soundtracks for a friend of mine, Director Mark Case. They are posted at the bottom of my website www.EdwardsMusicSite.dom. Looking forward to hearing from you. Didn't we chat before? Did you go to the ASCAP Expo in Hollywood in April? I was there. It was great.
Thank you so much for your recent review! It was very helpful! Yes, I do use a sound library (can't afford live musicians yet) I use the Vienna Symphony library, which is the best I've heard, but I have a limited subset of the larger library, and am missing a lot of articulations. Perhaps that might be an issue? I am also not that well-versed in the finer points of MIDI controls beyond the basic ones. So I will look more into that. You have a very impressive background and body of work. Thanks again for taking time to listen to, and review my music. You are a big help!
I got a Friend invitation from you and went to your site and listened to your music. Very nice. I will be at the LA Songwriter's Expo in a couple of weeks. Is there somewhere I can go to listen to your music about the 25th of April and the following few days?
hey gary... we wont be playing cause we will be at the expo too..hope to see you there
Gary, thank you for liking my hacky attempt at some classical style music... I do alot of finger-type guitar things, but am a master of none of them.....I guess my A.D.D. keeps me trying! Thank you sir, again....
Joey, don't be so modest. I went to your website and listened to Loco Joey. I thought it was great. I will be coming to LA soon for the ASCAP Songwriter's Expo. Let me know where you're playing. I'd like to listen to your band.
Gary, thanks for reviewing my song Sudburry Rain. It is a gift to my wife of 25 years. We were married in Sudburry, Massachussetts. Your commenst are both helpful and well taken. One day I will do more with it, but was on a budget. Again, thanks for the comments as they help make me a better writer.
Oops, Timari Smith, is spelled Timari Smith, not Tamari!!!