‘Castle on the Cliffs’

Today I’m running with samples of music matched with scenes from my home town. The music is taken from Volumes 1 & 2 of my Guitar Jam Backing Tracks albums, each album running for around 3 hours. You don’t have to be a musician to get something out of these tracks because they cover a whole mass of different moods to write or think by as well. You can download these albums for a small fee at BANDCAMP

Anyhow, I hope you enjoy this selection of instrumentals and photos.


‘View of a farm from the edge of the forest’


‘The other way around’


‘Time to sneeze’ 


‘The hour when the ship comes in’ * Dylan 

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George Blamey-Steeden

Guitarist / Songwriter from the UK. I have a First-Class BA (Hons) in Creative Music Technology. You check out my music via Bandcamp.


      1. Old. Heh. Everything in the UK is old. LOL! You guys have CASTLES!

        I live in an old town, comparatively speaking. It used to be a Native American trading path before “the others” showed up. My state is the site of The Lost Colony (Roanoke Island) and the first born UK-descent American…Virginia Dare. Supposedly or, so we are taught.

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  1. Congratulations George! I have nominated you for the Vincent Ehindero Blogging Award! Please see my blog post under the same name for details! I look forward to reading your response to my questions upon acceptance of the award! 😃🙏💛👊🎉

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    1. Thanks for that. I appreciate it although right now I’m working every which way to keep the business alive because of the lockdown/virus etc. Right now the music business is as good as dead. Sorry to let you down but I have to stay focused or wave goodbye to the business. Thanks again ~ George

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    1. Thanks. I would recommend a Fender Squire – not that expensive – if you’re going electric, or for acoustic either a Parlour or a nylon generally. I hope this helps ~ Zoolon aka George

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