After spending some time tinkering with the latest CBG build and all the stereo systems I was given, I thought it was time I did a bit more in regards to our 10th album.
I'd already sorted one track 'The Dance of Smeagol and Gollum' - 'Drifting on the Periphery of a Dream' is all but finished so I decided to to go back and have a look at 'Disturbance in the DNA of the Gods'.
There was a little something missing at the start, I'd say all the musicians here have hit that or something like it so I trolled through what I thought were old discarded (sort of) pieces I'd done and came across a piece that just fell in to place, sort of a Eureka moment - except after sending the completed track to my guitarist who is currently in New York he pointed out something that I'd missed. The piece I'd just included was actually the intro to 'The Dance of Smeagol and Gollum' - hence the post title of "Things that go Wrongly Right!"
Talk about semi-gutted, I'd now finished 'Disturbance' only to put 'Dance' back on the "Need to do" list.
The C.B.N. has given me masses of inspiration though. Like two or so minutes of party styled slide CBG's as an intro drifting off into a mass of synths and reprised at the end seeing as Smeagol/Gollum is a tad psycho so nothing is not where it's supposed to be.
Now to either convince Alex he needs to learn the CBG, get some practice myself as in short I am hopeless at the moment or find someone else.
The mind is boggling again!!