Dave Vamfer releases a 3-track album “Tricks of Life Medley” –
Dave Vamfer and his newest album, “Tricks of Life Medley”. We’re here to let you know that this is one of the shortest albums we’ve ever had to cover. This album only has 3 tracks. This does not diminish the mastery of the music, though. Dave shows off his writing and the creation of his melodies in just these 3 tracks.
We’re so optimistic to bring you this album because you’ll just love it. The music will bring you joy and the guitar playing is able to help you elevate your taste in music. What makes it extra special is that he brings in a saxophone to his album, using it as a lead.
But, what does Dave Vamfer have to say about his short album?
‘Tricks of Life Medley’ is a medley of 3 songs from a forthcoming album. I wrote ‘Tricks of Life’ about things that life appears to promise but that you eventually realize aren’t going to materialize. While it is about disappointment, I don’t see it as negative; it’s just about reality and dealing with it mentally. You Need A Little Kick’ (to move on) is pretty straightforward. It’s about times when something pushes you forward, sometimes uncomfortably. ‘A Bit of What You Fancy’ is also straightforward. It’s about knowing that it’s ok to treat yourself sometimes. – Dave Vamfer
Hmm, this is quite interesting, but what more?
On his personal songwriting process, Dave takes an organic approach, adding “Starting to write a song usually comes quite easily to me. More often than not I start with a sentence or phrase, I know what I want to say, how it should ‘feel’ and how it should come over. From there I ‘instinctively’ get an idea for a melody that fits. However, I don’t usually finish a song quickly. Usually I work on it over a period, maybe days – but usually weeks, and quite often a lot longer.”, says Dave.
When you have the right words, all you can do is use your gift to relay the messages that not only you want to say, but all those that feel the same way.
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