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Or Maybe Not…? by Flicker.
Album: At Least 1000 Words

Composed by G. Davies/D. Danielli.

George: guitar, Plank, keys, synths, percussion
Dave: drums

Project directed by George Davies.

Drums recorded at The Old Mill Studios, Thorverton.
Recording engineer: Greg Daniels
Everything else recorded at Chiseldon House, Exeter.

Engineered, mixed, produced and mastered by Dave Danielli.
Remastered at Wud Records Studios (uk) 2012.
Remastered again at Wud Records Studios (EU) August 2023.

Originally released 31st July 2002.
First re-release 12th May 2012.
Second re-release 1st September 2023.

Copyright © 2023 Wud Records.
Copyright ℗ 2000 Explicit Music.

Fun Facts:
* Or Maybe Not…? is a piece about maximum uncertainty, the ending of one thing and the beginning of the next.
* It is about fears and insecurities, and the notion that perhaps we never really know each other very well at all.
* This piece is also about self delusion, believing in something that was never there to begin with.
* Sometimes one can delude oneself into belieiving what one wants to believe, rather than what is real.
* If this tune were a spread of three Tarot cards, it would be The Blasted Tower, the Nine of Swords and the Ten of Swords.
* Or Maybe Not…? can be a challenging piece on guitar in a stretchy kind of way.
* There are some chords that require 5-fingers, with the thumb holding down the hi-E string.
* The original seed of inspiration came from when George wondered if he could make something pleasant out of a dischordant chord using context.
* He played a simple C on the nut and slid it up one fret for some classic tyro yuckiness.
* You first hear this chord in bars 2 and 4.
* This piece was played on the Ice Maiden, using the neck pickup.
* The Plank was heavily compressed and the part was recorded at around 10am after an all night session working on the MIDI parts.
* The key is D minor, which is the saddest of all keys, according to Nigel Tufnell.
* The tempo is a steady 120 BPM.

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