My Top Most Downloaded Songs In 2012
I never know which of my songs are going to sell the most in a given year. It’s always interesting to see which songs come out on top.
The Text (No surprise here. This song continues to generate the most number of “listens” each month, by far.)
Baby, Baby (I think that this is the 1st song I ever wrote. I was 17.)
Saxy September Day (I love bossa nova. I love sax. Clearly, others do, too.)
People Are Crying (A message song. Over time, this song has sold many, many downloads.) My downloads in France continue to be a bright spot. Pour mes amis français: un grand merci!
To my loyal monthly listener: I don’t know who you are, I don’t know where you are from. But, thank you for taking the time to listen to “The Text” each month.
The Text Produced By Tropic Dunes Music
I don’t know how else to reach you. So, I thought I would post a message here as a sort of beacon.
I don’t know who all of you are. But, I want to thank you for listening to the clip of my song, The Text. I especially want to thank those of you who have downloaded the song. Let me put it another way, merci beaucoup!
A song I wrote at 18, “People are Crying”, reached 3,000 views on YouTube today. A milestone of sorts. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bi-PFVTBEYE
The song, “People Boogie”, by the way, is simply a boogie-woogie version of “People Are Crying”.
At some point, I’d like to collaborate on another version of “People Are Crying”, perhaps a folk version or a rock version with a rougher edge.
A Raw Boost Of Dance Energy. Races Off With A Squeal And Never Slows Down.
That’s How I Know (Remix) by CHRIS is now available on iTunes.
A Pulsating Techno Tinged Dance Beat. Served Up In A Sweet Milieu Of Melodic Meanderings.
That’s How I Know (Dance) by CHRIS is now available on iTunes.
People Boogie by CHRIS released on iTunes. A brash boogie with a heavy rhythmic backbone. The roots of rock & roll. Inspired by scenes from a 1940’s jazz club. Upfront, a booming bass and a searing sax.
Dual, dueling hot saxes in a Bossa Nova instrumental. Saxy September Day ultimately reaches a crescendo of captivating counterpoint.
Next up, a vocal version of the song. Been busy with production. But, hope to start looking soon for a singer to collaborate with on the song.