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Wayde K. Brown
waydekbrown
Auburn, WA, USA
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Wayde is a native of Auburn, WA. and has lived in the King County area all his life. He sang his first song, “You Are My Sunshine,” before he was able to talk. By the time he was eight years of age, he picked up the bass guitar and quickly learned the basics of the instrument. Between the ages of eight and fourteen, he wrote and recorded several SONGS and played them for his friends and family. The recordings basically consisted of SOUNDS from various instruments and THINGS lying around, like the wind blowing, cars honking, toys falling down stairs, people talking and the like. He was very interested in music and sounds and the parts they play in life. For instance, he was always fascinated why certain songs made people happy, while others made them sad or angry. He discovered that music and songs were a kind of separate entity existing in this universe. He strongly believes that music is not only heard by technical performance, but also felt by the soul.
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Wayde K. Brown
@waydekbrown
Auburn, WA, USA
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Wayde is a native of Auburn, WA. and has lived in the King County area all his life. He sang his first song, “You Are My Sunshine,” before he was able to talk. By the time he was eight years of age, he picked up the bass guitar and quickly learned the basics of the instrument. Between the ages of eight and fourteen, he wrote and recorded several SONGS and played them for his friends and family. The recordings basically consisted of SOUNDS from various instruments and THINGS lying around, like the wind blowing, cars honking, toys falling down stairs, people talking and the like. He was very interested in music and sounds and the parts they play in life. For instance, he was always fascinated why certain songs made people happy, while others made them sad or angry. He discovered that music and songs were a kind of separate entity existing in this universe. He strongly believes that music is not only heard by technical performance, but also felt by the soul.
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You And You And You And You
Don't remember much about writing this tune, though it feels a bit familiar. There are some songs I've written where I'll just record everything in one day and one session, not caring too much about a perfect sound; while other songs seem to grow on me where I spend a long time working on them. This is one of the latter.more
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You're The Only One (Ann's Theme)
I wrote the basics of this song back when I was 18 or 19 years old. The lyrics didn't have much meaning at the time. When it came time to do a re-write, I chose a true inspiration in my actual life. I re-wrote about 90% of the song to reflect the truth of how I currently felt, thus making it a much better song than when I first came up with the idea all those years ago.more
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Oh My Love I Love You
This is just a basic love song I wrote years back. I didn't think much of it when I wrote it, but when I revisited it to record it, the song kind of grew on me. It's not a bad tune and has a much deeper meaning to me as I've grown older than when I was a teenager when I originally wrote it.more
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