Hello! I set the music of my song "Fifty Three Degrees" to some video footage for a different listening experience. Here is the link to the video: "Fifty Three Degrees"
or you can also find it on youtube at: Fifty Three Degrees
I do continue to cobble away at brand new material and hope to share a draft of something else I have been working on in a couple of weeks.
Please search David Husted on any of your favorite streaming music platforms to hear more of my music.
Thank You; I greatly appreciate your support! Have a great weekend!
A Telegram from Aliens
A COUPLE OF NOTES FROM DAVE!
Note 1: As always you can stream the song for free on this site (just hit the play button above) or on your preferred Streaming Application (see below for some links). However, even better, and if you are feeling generous, download the song direct. The download donation amount (using your PayPal) is set by YOU, the donor, and can be as little as one quarter. This is less than a cup of coffee at Starbucks. This gift of your generosity and support helps to offset some of my song production costs and enables me to keep producing quality music. I Thank You.
Note 2: The photograph of the very cool graffiti art work depicted on my song single was shot by Liana De Laurent and downloaded using a Creative Commons License from Pexels.com. The graffiti captured in the photo is vibrant, full of energy, mysterious and absolutely spectacular. It felt just right for my latest song.
Note 3: Please consider following me on Spotify and subscribing to me on Youtube. This provides me incentive to continue creating music, a few partial pennies per stream and a higher probability of being added to Spotify playlists.
Note 4: Please consider following me on Soundcloud; I have a large following of like minded musicians and music fans who support me on this site. I would love for you to join the community and be the first to listen to my new music releases.
Note 5: You Rock! I appreciate your thoughtfulness, support and kind ears. All the Best......Cheers!
I used to make original music on an old four-track player. It is so interesting to listen back and to hear how "bad" this music sounded (tape hiss and warble) when referenced against "today's" digital environment standards. However, these weaknesses also had a tremendous endearing quality to my ears and I attempted to capture that sentiment in my new song called "Our Time". The song has a nostalgic feel upfront and then transitions into an uplifting and moving arrangement at the end.