Spending Summer Evenings among Flannel Flowers and Ghosts
“Brilliant shafts of sunlight penetrate the canopy of ancient trees and dance across the leaves of ferns and flannel flowers.
The warm still air is silent but for the sounds of a cool stream tripping and running across its smooth pebbled bed. A dragonfly hovers and skims restlessly above the water’s rippling surface on gossamer wings. Now and then a plaintive bird call rings out and hangs in the air like an arrow turned to mist.
Bare feet glide noiselessly over the moist leaf-strewn path leading to the glade as the daylight fades and encroaching darkness beckons.”
– October 7, 2014
©2014 written performed and recorded by Bill Hunt.
SSEAFFAG was recorded in one take.
Instruments: Custom Telecaster, MXR Analogue Chorus, MXR Carbon Copy delay, MI Audio Blue Boy Deluxe, Akai Headrush E2, Fender Deluxe Reverb. Rode NT1 microphone.