username: Silvanus Slaughter
Piano for 4 years
Acoustic Guitar for 3 years
Synth for 4 years
|Silvanus Slaughter. Hey, Chapel Hill (Degrees and Cash)||08/01/08 11:08 pm|
|Silvanus Slaughter. Erotomania (demo edit)||08/01/08 11:08 pm|
|R-rated YouTube video coming 9-1-08|
|Silvanus Slaughter. Milanese Nocturne (Live)||08/01/08 11:08 pm|
|Silvanus Slaughter. A Less Lethal Way to Heaven (Live)||08/01/08 11:08 pm|
|Silvanus Slaughter. Kimono Eyes with Spring Again (Live)||08/01/08 11:08 pm|
|Silvanus Slaughter. Twilight Song (A's Theme)||08/01/08 11:08 pm|
|Silvanus Slaughter. The Empty Prey on the Full||08/01/08 11:08 pm|
My website is www.silvanusslaughter.com
Posted Fri Aug 1, 2008 11:48pm by Silvanus Slaughter
Please visit YouTube and see 20 videos I directed which complement the various genres I frequent.
The Jukebox is a sample of my extensive catalog of three hundred songs, many of which are grouped into interlocking concept albums to-be-released, including Constellations Compromised, Vols. 1-4, and Symphonic Jazz Abstractions, Vols. 1-5, and Western Heart, a western-folk-techno collection. Constellations, Vol. 1 is currently available on CD Baby. For what it's worth, The News and Observer called it "a work of genius, madness, perhaps both." There you go! It's very transgenre, whereas Vol. 2 nails down a dark jazz/r&b world of love and life tales.
Thanks to Parker Emmerson for the lift. Anyone who likes my video directing style is welcome to solicit.
Posted Fri Aug 1, 2008 11:46pm by Silvanus Slaughter
Writing and directing films (15 years in L.A. industry); published novelist and poet; newspaper stints; psychology studies; transformation and consciousness studies; concieve, direct and edit videos for self and others; love to croon my r&B/jazz/soul/pop/cinematic melodies in smoky, seductive places.
Bernard Herrmann, Sebilius, Joni Mitchell, Piero Piccioni, David Bowie, Eberhard Weber, Pat Metheny, Terje Rypdal, Roxy Music, Zep, Kraftwerk, P-Funk, James Brown, Claudio Baglioni, Claude Debussy, Hank Williams, Marvin Gaye, Ennio Morricone, The Knife, and on and on and on
Piano, Synth (and acoustic guitar)