One of the elements that KEYBOARD RESULTS required were new, melodic songs with interesting chords instead of textbook warhorses like ‘Polly Wolly Doodle.’ That new material came from a lifetime of writing songs.
Starting with “Deception’s Ice,” one of the singles released by Euphoria’s Id and following an album’s worth of songs with “Fate Sgt. Death,” Jay Snyder has continued to write, arrange, and produce his own material as well as place songs with Warner Chappell, Peer International, and Irving Almo publishers.
The clip to the right, “Shake The World,” was written using many of the chords taught in KEYBOARD RESULTS.
A Song in a Film
In 1992 I was introduced to a music supervisor named Bonnie Greenberg who was instrumental in putting one of my songs, “As You Slip Away” into the film “Watch It.” It plays under a scene where Michael Madsen is trying to convince Peter Gallagher to fight for Suzy Amis.