Take this fun quiz and find out which Disney royalty you’re most like. Do you have the youth and spontaneity of a Prince or a Princess? Or are you wise and powerful like a King or a Queen? Have fun and share your results :) (I suggest to answer each question honestly for best results and not just so you can get your fav Disney character lol)
A short extract from a song to be released worldwide on iTunes, Google Play, Amazon et al on 14 July 2014 - Please download the track on 14 JULY 14 and help a critically ill child.
What U C is What U Get is a song I wrote in 2011, dedicated to the life, music and career of Prince and which we are releasing for charity.
Here’s the recipe we followed intuitively:
STEP 1 Take a synthesis of Funk, Rock ‘n’ Roll in the same way that Prince has been a ground breaking innovator and synthesiser of musical genres
STEP 2 Added a slightly tongue in cheek storyline about a strange and scandalous relationship involving Prince - but just who is in charge? Tip a wink to Prince by using some of his song titles as part of the storyline
STEP 3 Add the beautiful singing voice of Miss Sharon Mari, a music graduate with a great future
STEP 4 Add some great players and drop in a few referential nods to some classic Prince musical ornaments using your guitar and keyboards
STEP 5 Record it all in your basement as if your life depended on it …
and there you have it …
We are making a charitable donation from all downloads from the song towards Demelza Children’s Hospice, an organisation which helps terminally ill children live their remaining months in comfort and dignity. Please download the single, share the cause and N JOY the music. A child’s life really does depend on it.
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