This piece was composed and recorded in one session, sort of on the fly. The time was the early 90’s, so the synths and software are vintage – an Ensoniq ASR-10 sampler sequenced with Bars and Pipes Pro on an Amiga computer. The “drum solo” was a Yamaha FB-01, an early FM synth. The piece was titled after the recording; the tune reminded me of the sun beating down on a hot, dry day.
Terry Hall is a daytime desk pilot and oft-times artist. He lives in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia with his lovely wife.
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