Sadly I only visited the badlands of North Dakota very briefly many years ago. Even more sadly my camera wasn’t working at the time so I wasn’t able to record the hauntingly beautiful landscape, so I did the next best thing and wrote some music about it instead…..
Of course the music of any landscape is completely abstract, so for every person that can identify with it, there will be many more who cannot – we all have different senses and points of reference, which is a very good thing.
This music is also dedicated to Yellow Bird, Kent, Grover and Dan, “The Wolf at Twilight”
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Oh, I really enjoyed this! So beautiful…..!
Thank you very much I’m so glad you liked it, and thanks for stopping by I really appreciate it 🙂
I love Old Wooden House too…now I’m listening to San Francisco…I think I’m hooked. 🙂
That’s so nice of you thank you Lola 🙂
Your music is so soothing. Thanks for stopping by my blog and bringing me to yours. 🙂
Thank you, I’m glad I found your blog, it is inspiring 🙂
I liked this very much! It does have the soul of the badlands.
That is very good to know, thank you!