When I write a song, I’m always amazed that you can start with a tiny seed of an idea, and watch it grow into a huge tree in a matter of hours.
I would call myself a collaborative song writer. I love the sharing of ideas with other artists, and having the spark of inspiration bounce back and forth between us. There are no wrong answers in song writing, because each thought leads to the next one, and eventually this process culminates in a perfect image or phrase. When the melody, phrasing, emotion and lyrics come together, you can feel the spark explode into fireworks. There is a unique bond that can form very quickly between artists when we share this kind of experience.
Farmer’s Daughter Songs: Family Love Callin’ All You Cowboys Lonely Gypsy Wind Inclemency What It’s All About Freeway Blue Horizon This Is the Life It’s Easy To Tell Ballad Of Me And You Prairie Sky Overwhelming Sense of Goodbye Wait For Me Little Church In Memphis
Farmer’s Daughter – The Cocktail Sessions Spy Girl Ba da Da Marbella Nomad Moon
From Café Brasilia Summerstorm
Angela May’s Magnificent Musical Menagerie, Juno Nominated Children’s CD Disco Dinosaurs The Opera Song Country “Dawg”, City Kitty The Reptile Twist Reggae Rhino Boogie Woogie Bunny The “Do Good” Rap The Yummy Mango Tango Funky Monkey You Can Do It
Recording Again! One of the things I love most is being in the recording studio. Throughout 2016, I had the privilege of working with Todd Fancey, of the New Pornographers, on his solo album, entitled [...]