Introducing . . .

Introducing . . . my Rav Vast drum. This lovely instrument could perhaps be regarded as a younger cousin of the Hang Drum. I stumbled across it late last year while searching YouTube for tutorials to help me with my…

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May 2022

“Writer's Block” is an annoying affliction that tends to affect most people who work in creative professions from time to time. My recent encounter started back in January, somewhat ironically at the same time I took delivery of a new…

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Hang Drum Harmony

I was lucky enough to find a Hang Drum in a shop in Glastonbury last September and such things can be impossible to resist. 

The Hang Drum has only been around since 2000 and used to be extremely difficult to…

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Hippy New Year:-)

A big new-year thank you to all of you lovely people out there who bought "Mulled Wine & Mistletoe" during the run up to Christmas. MG Music have just told me that it has achieved No.1 position in their website…

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It's that time of year again . . .

. . . tis the season to be jolly or, hopefully, it soon will be. What better way can there be to help you get into that certain festive mood than to listen to some traditional olde-worlde Yuletide music? Other…

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Mirage

The Wychazel studio pixies are delighted to announce the release of another new album . . . “Mirage”. 

As the title might suggest, this one is rich in Middle Eastern influences, delicately spiced and garnished with instruments and lively rhythms…

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A Pagan Land


 

Introducing . . . “A Pagan Land” . . . due to be released later this month (April 2021). 

Intended as a sequel to last year's “On Pagan Shores” this follows similar musical themes with both Celtic and Gaelic influences…

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TAO - A Path of Peace

Hello Lovely People and Happy Hippies:-) My final musical offering for 2020 is now available through all the usual channels. Entitled TAO - A Path of Peace, this has been written as a companion album to my 2018 album Zen…

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A Sense of Hope

Inspiration for writing music (or for any creative pursuit) can come from many sources and this one owes a lot to the simple pastime of having spent time enjoying the changing faces of nature from my home during the Lockdown…

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On Pagan Shores

Any attempt to forecast how well a new album is likely to be received usually misses by a few degrees either way or even by the proverbial mile. An example was my 2011 album “Walkabout” which is one of my…

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Copyright & YouTube

I am always happy to give permission to more or less anybody who bothers to get in touch to ask if they may use my music as part of a pet project or creative video. A few of the videos…

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On Pagan Shores

Introducing . . . “On Pagan Shores”. This is a little more lively than my usual style, with more emphasis on drumming patterns and musical influences from both Celtic and Gaelic sources. The album takes its inspiration from Norse myths…

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A Pagan Land

Big thanks to all of you Happy Hippies and assorted Pagan People out there who have been buying "A Pagan Land". Those lovely folks at MG Music have just told me that it has come up at No.1 in their latest quarterly chart. YAYYY:-) Celebrations will, of course, involve some outrageously late tea-drinking sessions and several packets of HobNobs.

TAO - A Path of Peace

It is always nice to know when my music makes a good impression:-) One World Music Radio is well worth checking out if your musical tastes extend beyond the standard mainstream styles. My thanks to them for supporting my music and for keeping the dream alive:-)