Flying with a melody

I like to play guitar, but as Wade from Australia added his saxophone, later Gernot from Germany added his blues harp, then I noticed, a melody instrument helps flying over troubled water. A melody is like a triumph.
light flight
photo by frizztext, shot in the Alps.
music below: Wade (sax), Gernot (harp); in both tracks me on guitar and Sergio / sdluna from Argentina on bass.

Chatting with Wade (saxophone) I noticed, we were born in the forties. He in the USA, but me in Germany, starting my life in an orphanage. American music helped me to fly high above all those German troubles…

I have to thank Gernot (the blues harp player) that he opened the door for me to wikiloops, where musicians all over the world join for virtual sessions…

third example for the triumph of creating melodies: my friend Luzz added to my guitar and banjo (nearly at the end of the track) via his keyboards a flying saxophone, flying like a bird…
f  Short-eared owl IMG_0603
title=”f Short-eared owl” IMG_0603 by harrybursell, click on the picture to enter his galleries on

About frizztext

writer, photographer, guitarist

9 responses to “Flying with a melody

  1. incaunipocrit

    Reblogged this on The International Blogspaper.


  2. Music can be aerial sometimes. A good guitar solo can make you fly …. There are so many examples. As these solo of Uli Jon Roth from Scorpions at the end :


  3. Beautiful! The parasailing(?!) photograph is amazing and the music is sublime!


  4. Love this photo! I went tandem hang gliding in Nee Zealand once and it was the most thrilling thing I’ve ever done!


  5. A little bit of happiness comes from my computer as I listen to your music!


  6. A very nice piece. It’s amazing what one can do on the Internet these days. A real gathering place for all seasons and scenarios.


  7. Pingback: Creating A Melody | Flickr Comments

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