I looked here

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Richard Blaine Heartscore hits another one out of park with a complex rhythm that hearkens a mash of hard rock with a taste of Steely Danish harmonies.


I have tried to reflect the more positive attitude of this poem with a bright and melodic song. The long chord modulation in the beginning, which is repeated after each verse could symbolize the man looking around for his loved one. Musically this song for me is more in the style of the old heartscore, a bit progressive while staying compact and focused with my typical choir-arrangements. Now I would have enough songs to compile the next album, but I will think over, if all is fitting together well, or if I should write and record an alternative track.
I hope you this one.


I looked here;
I looked there;
Nowhere could I see my love.
And -- this time --
She was in my heart.
Truly, then, I have no complaint,
For though she be fair and fairer,
She is none so fair as she
In my heart.
(Stephen Crane; 1871-1900)


released June 25, 2019
Giacomo Rossi: All vocals
Dirk Radloff: Guitars and production


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