L. A. "Kullan" DERMAN II | In the Meadow(Peace) Instrumental

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In the Meadow(Peace) Instrumental

by L. A. "Kullan" DERMAN II

My style varies depending on what kind of mood I'm in; I usually have fun with instrumental classical songs just to keep my creative juices flowing, but I mostly like to write folk music.
Genre: Classical: Film Music
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I'm a self taught musician always learning great new things about music. I am by no means a Beethoven or Jim Morrison, but I get a lot of inspiration from those types of musicians. I really like to experiment with keyboards and classical genre instrumental recording. However, my latest journey is to create a folk album similar to The Avett Brothers.
I listen to a lot of Independent music because there is a lot of good stuff out there that never sees the limelight! My music, I'm told, should be selected for movies or commercial back ground....Theme songs and whatnot.
It's just fun for me! I would however love to make it my profession someday.
I lived with Sylvester Stewart (Sly Stone from Sly & The Family Stone) for over a year back in 2010-11. We have been friends since 2005. Even though he is out of the limelight right now and has non-stop issues with drugs, he is a very intelligent musician and I consider him to be a very good friend and mentor. He has shown me a few things about music over the years and I am just now putting it to good use. Even though he sometimes has a bad rapport with the music industry, he is still one of the best! People say I shouldn't mention his name if I am trying to get ahead in the music business, but I only mention his name as a friend, nothing else.
Any way, enjoy this and future songs from yours truly, Kullan.


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