Song #5: The Progressive Deviant

Hi Again and Happy New Year! Kevin Maher here, welcome to the Sketchbook. I truly hope that you are faring well, staying safe and managing the challenges of the current pandemic. If you looking for a little distraction, I’ve got it for you. Today I am posting a new composition for saxophone, entitled The progressive Deviant. This is the fifth song in this series where, over the course of a year, I am publishing a new song from my catalog, every month, for you to hear.  If this is your first time here, I am glad you stopped by and I invite you to listen to the tunes that I have posted here. Every month there will be something new. I hope you will join me on this journey,  by going to my website and signing up for the mailing list. If you do this, I  will send you a note on the day that the next  new song is released.     

This piece I am releasing here, is written in a progressive rock style and features tenor saxophone. If you can, do listen with headphones, because it will be easier to hear the different voices within the sound stage. If you want to know more about why I am recommending this, see the blog for For When the Righteous Rule Again,  on my website, which discusses this topic in more detail. 

If you like what I am doing here, subscribe to this channel by clicking the subscribe button and don’t forget to click the bell so that you get the notification. My goal for this project is to connect with as many people as possible in the hopes of moving this music to the next stage, So, please share this with everyone you think might appreciate it. The site is called Sketchbook, because these compositions are first round sketches of songs that I hope to re-orchestrate, re-record and re-envision in collaboration with others. Feel free to leave feedback and if you are a music professional who would like to collaborate with recording, production or any other aspect of the process, please let me know. With that, I will let the song speak for itself. Thanks for listening and I hope you like it. Peace. 


To see the visualization video for the music The Progressive Deviant, navigate to the Youtube links on this page or go to: