Categories NFU “Queen of the Forest” (a respite from the usual darkness) Post author By MCM Post date June 19, 2021 3 Comments on “Queen of the Forest” (a respite from the usual darkness) Here’s a song I wrote back in the Nineties, when I had a band at JHU. That’s me singing. The arrangement, and the instrumentation, were all the doing of Topher Sisson, a friend from my days in Baltimore. Enjoy! MCM-Song-1Download ← Oil/gas industry recruiter claims the industry is looking to replace 50% of workforce due to vaccine injury or death → Bill Gates likes the idea of using GMO mosquitoes as “flying syringes,” administering vaccines (or whatever), whether you like it or not 3 replies on ““Queen of the Forest” (a respite from the usual darkness)” Amazing. Great…everything. Composition, singing, arrangement, solos. I miss that genre. Hopefully you still get a chance to compose and sing. Interesting song. I listened to it with headphones, but was only getting audio in the left ear. My headphones seem to be fine, though. Anyway, your song is a lot better than most songs that hit the charts these days. 🙂 Just curious–did your band ever record a full album? Wow… (what he said). Real nice job. The Chorus is kinda cryptic. Any chance you could post the lyrics? Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.