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‘Charleville-Mézières Poster Display’

I guess like any art form sometimes you have to look back to places where creativity came easy – back to when words and melody were best mates – to when a hat full of songs pretty much created themselves. Looking back at photos of personal memories and things that made you think generally works.

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‘Musée La Coupole – Holocaust Exhibit’

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‘Boulogne-sur-Mer – view from the ramparts of The Old Town’

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‘The Ardennes – Gowns designed by Madame La Guillotine?’


‘Inside The French Tree of Creativity’

Here’s a piano piece from my RAINBOWS END  album. The album is mainly songs with just a couple of instrumentals, of which, the number ‘Castaway’ is one.

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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.

19 thoughts on “A HAT FULL OF SONGS”

    1. They’re my photos but the holocaust drawing is not mine. It was taken in the holocaust section of a museum just south of St Omar in France. A amazing place that taught me all I needed to know about pure evil. Thanks ~ George

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      1. I know and it’s hard. People think that with all this time on your hands, if you write at all, music, prose, whatever, you must have no problem churning ti out. But that depends on a lot of things. So let’s hope that something comes on that horizon soon. Chin up x

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    1. Thanks Yasmin. They’re all my pics. I like the French tree one best as well. I think trees photograph better when looking up at the branches. It’s like they are more magical that way ~ George

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  1. I enjoyed the photos. Lately I have been listening to the 40s Junction on Satellite radio. I felt like I did not want to hear any more news and took a trip to the “old days”. Frequently songs from WWII come up and I am reminded there have been hard times before and we survived. I liked your journey to the past in this post. thanks.

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    Desert isle dweller swims downstream
    Passing oodles of chaste charity shops

    Deep swamped in castaways chasing
    Seeking dreams among castaways’

    Castaways – Look, a cupless saucer
    Its history, its future unknown now

    A momentary fleck of identification
    Desert isle dweller swims upstream

    ~~~~~ ~ ~~~~~

    Thanks for the inspiration. Your piano piece has so much atmosphere

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