Anyone wanting music to go round and round in life?.

Or a tune for the premise of control?.

Do you have to go around the roundabout to get by?.

Is it a good idea to have common rules anywhere one would need things to happen?.

Do you need to consider how we can coordinate to get things done?.

Is it important to use rules to get on with everyone and to smooth the daily aspects of life?.

As usual, the village roundabout maintains control over our visitors.

Sometimes though it can get clogged up.

The roundabout just sits there and watches the people in their transport.

It wonders what it’s like to go anywhere, anywhere at all!.

It wasn’t moving, it never would.

The sound here encourages the roundabout to think and wonder about everyone passing.

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The Roundabout

I stand here to there --

more derision shouting strife

accept the block all

By Mark Anthony

The DX7 is our 1980s instrument of choice - used for the bass lines. The RX5 is a much forgotten drum machine - hear its classic snare and cymbals. The D110 is an advanced 1980's multi-timbral sound box - used for strings and leads. Steinberg Pro24 was our "go-to" Atari music sequencer - used for song arrangement.