Buster ‘n Babbles are a free-spirited, funky duo whose music invites the listener to sit back and drink in the beauty and passion of their songs. Lush vocals set on soulful piano and guitar melodies give this duo a distinctive, signature sound. They explore pop, jazz, ambient and classical soundscapes, lyrically blending the sacred into the everydayness of life. The music is usually down tempo and chilled.
These days, most of our music time is recording clients in our studio, The Jazz Kitchen. We'd like to do more of our own stuff, but we're full-time musicians and the studio work definitely helps with the bills...besides, we really like the work with our clients. We completed several cool recording projects last year including several singer/songwriters, a woodwind/string quartet, a kid's chorale and a live recording of spontaneous worship music. Quite a spectrum of projects! Check out the music from some of our clients posted on the Jazz Kitchen IAC site (see link on this page).
A short while ago, we completed a film score for a documentary that opened with a gala premiere at the Centre for Performing Arts in Toronto. We also performed the live music before and after the screening.
Our new CD, "Stones 2", includes music from the film score, the hit song "Waterfall", instrumentals, love songs and worship songs... all done with an eclectic mix of rock, jazz and classical influences...and all for the price of only $8.99. Just click on the DMD Compact Disc OnLine section at the bottom of this page and follow the easy directions. We think you'll enjoy this album.
a chilled love song with an easy jazzy groove.
Heaven in Your Arms
written way past midnight after a beautiful supper and evening on a roof top patio.
So Good to Me
inspired by a true story and written by garry dueck
based on the aaronic blessing
chilled instrumental inspired by a cool work of art called "hidden". sit back and listen to these ambient sounds wash over you like waves.
You Are All
a jazzy worship song (but not one yur likely to hear in most churches).
about an issue we all have from time to time
music from the score for the film documentary "From the River to the Ends of the Earth"
Strength to Strength
another instrumental with tasty groove
4/2/2011 8:04:27 PM
Hey man :)
I see you still have a page here.... cool!
I spend a lot of time now on a site called Second Life I play live one hour shows so it's not that I have left here or anywhere else, I just look at it as another tool. Plus I can play live right from my studio. It's a great way to try out new material on non musicians. I do a mix of my songs and old stuff in and around the 60's era.
8/3/2009 12:17:15 AM
Ok, I don't see any of your songs listed for the IAC Contest.
Did you enter? I hope you did.
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