- October 27 2017Rock jam feat. remix by gwailoah on Vocals Track # 119860Shut Up!!
- July 22 2017Blues jam feat. remix by gwailoah on Vocals Track # 111777Gospel Songby frenzie & gwailoah
- July 05 2016Blues jam feat. remix by gwailoah on Vocals Track # 77345Brexit Blues 1by pkliesch & gwailoah
- October 10 2015Rock jam feat. remix by gwailoah on Vocals Track # 51952Southern Rock and Southern Roll
- July 17 2015Rock jam feat. remix by gwailoah on Vocals Track # 45244Kick Ass Rock And Roll
Born in Wales, varied career through Telecomms and Barwork through University Law Lecturer and Webmaster / Copywriter who got an MBA on the way. Now focused on Wine and Food writing in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia and recording some favourite rockers from back in the day for Youtube while I still have half a voice - can check them out at http://www.youtube.com/user/gwailoah
My music is Rock. Early days was Hendrix, Sabbath and Deep Purple, went Bluesy (Free, Bad Company, Thin Lizzy) and Progressive (Yes, ELP) in the 70s, I was there for Punk (Pistols, Stranglers, Jam) but moved back to Hard Rock through the early Eighties (UFO, Schenker, Saxon, Rush).
Sang with a number of bands in South Wales, UK during the early to mid 80s doing original songs (Stallion, Knight, No Sweat). Lot of covers along the way (Gary Moore, ZZ Top, Dr Feelgood).
Formed an accapella group (Six2Eight) in the 90s doing Vocal Pop, Rock and Comedy and gigging around the Kuala Lumpur circuit for almost twenty years (1994 - 2013). Still get occasional gigs.
Wrote, directed and did backing music for Musical Theatre productions which spoofed lyrics of Musicals songs for revue style shows (2007 - 2012) but now thanks to Wikiloops I seem to be moving back to my rock and blues roots. Feels like a homecoming.
Apologies in advance, but just to clear the legals - all lyrics and vocal tracks thereof posted on the Wikiloops website are expressly copyright of Brian McIntyre 2014-18 and all rights are expressly reserved. Please don't use them without asking first - it is bad form. Hope you enjoy the songs!
Very simple, Shure SM58 plugged into a M-Audio Firewire 418 going into Garageband on a Mac and mixing through Sony headphones. Audacity to master and convert to .mp3
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