Another amazing morning. We finished the third verse and the chorus, and experimented with slowing the song down. In the end, we decided to keep it upbeat. Freda brought the Keep Fit group into listen, and they were really impressed. We’re almost ready to record…
Mary wrote this over the weekend. The group took elements of this, and turned it into the third verse.
MORE WATERFALLS PLEASE!
Lisa and Chris from Cambridge are staying in Lancaster. They read about the workshops in the Lancaster Guardian, and thought they’d pop along…
Freda brought the Keep Fit group into see us to listen to the song!
Sharon took musician Rich Huxley to Eastfield House Day Centre to work with some of the residents there.
They were lovely sessions, with lots of shared memories, some funny, some emotional.
You can hear the song we wrote as a result here http://soundcloud.com/creativeresidencies/teens-recycled
We hope you’ll like it as much as we do.
A really exciting afternoon – we completed and demoed our first song ‘Animal Diner’ Next time we’re going to write a brand new song. You’ll be able hear the songs soon!
Rich went to the toilet and came back looking like this. Only Rich (now Tigerboy), knows what happened.
Claire and Jonathan jazz up the session!
Rich has said something and Shauna just cracks up. She was like this for about 5 minutes…
Daniel plays the riff
Hollie and her ukulele with Tigerboy
A really productive morning – we came up with two verses and the bridge. Our homework was to think about the chorus and the last verse…who knows what Monday will bring!
The song takes shape
Mary comes up with some words
Writing lyrics, Bowie style!
Ron and Mary
Ready for work on a sunny Thursday morning….
Stuck for words? Want to improve your music skills? Then join Glastonbury favourites Hope and Social star Rich Huxley for 4 free songwriting workshops in the Easter Holidays. These workshops, are aimed at all 12 – 19 year olds – you don’t need to be able to play an instrument, or be an experienced singer – you just need to be willing to contribute ideas, happy to work in collaboration with other people and willing to give new things a try. Please book a place at Ingleton Library. The dates of the workshops are: Wednesday 9th & Thursday 10th April and Monday 14th & Tuesday 15th April 2 – 4 pm
Contact Ingleton Library (0845 034 9536) or email@example.com) or for more information
Ingleton Library will be holding coffee mornings in the library with musician Rich Huxley on the 9th, 10th , 14th and 15th April at the from 10 am – 12 noon. Come along to share your thoughts, photographs and memories of Ingleton and discover how these can be transformed into music and songs by Rich. Sessions are free and everyone is welcome. Please book a place at Ingleton Library: (0845 034 9536) or firstname.lastname@example.org