ZOOLON’S FRENCH TRIP

Having just returned from a spectacularly hot France I thought I’d share a few random thoughts that hit me while I was there. But first, to set the French scene a bit of music, Serge Gainsbourg and Brigitte Bardot singing ‘Un Jour Comme Un Autre’. For reasons unknown, I like this number; This is a […]

LOST HOPES & DREAMS

This photo I took the other day, leaves little doubt as to what ‘Kyran’s mum’ – whoever she is – does in her spare time. Changing the subject, I’ve always thought that you know you’re in trouble when you can’t bend your knees. I was wrong. On Saturday, I was wearing headphones playing a guitar […]

THE GOOD, THE BAD, THE UGLY

Every so often news bulletins remind me that I’m right in generally preferring animals over humans. The words below will one day soon be in a song. The ones who didn’t make it home now bare no malice, Their graves await them come a new sad dawn, Those guilty of their murder share the same […]

PAIN (aka LOVE’S SHADOW)

I think every album is allowed one simple acoustic number, so long as the lyric has a true meaning. This song called ‘Pain’ from my ‘Dream Rescuer’ album has a lyric that is personal to me and has such a true meaning. Written it just a few moments on a day I’ll always remember. It […]

Try My Block Breaker Game

Originally posted on Jennifer Paetsch:
Block breaker is my next completed game project to help me learn C#. It’s pretty simple, but it’s got 3 levels, 4 kinds of bricks,  and my own artwork, plus music by Zoolon Audio! Wow! Thank you George for letting me use your awesome music and samples for this project.…

‘REXIE BELIEVES IN MAGIC’

Another song from my new album, ‘DREAM RESCUER’. This one is called ‘REXIE BELIEVES IN MAGIC’. Here’s the lyric in case you fancy singing along. I hope you enjoy; Rexie believes in magic Has done all along Shipwrecked and nowhere else to go Its time he learns to head back home   Rexie believes in […]

A POEM BECOMES A LYRIC

Here’s a track from my new album, ‘Dream Rescuer’. The song is called ‘Sunlight & The Dust” and is adapted from a poem by my father, Mike Steeden.  I’ve never used the words of others when composing before, yet I thought this poem would not find the journey to the Land of Lyrics too troublesome. […]