Soul and Jazz
You’re Mine, You by Chet Baker feat. Kenny Burrell
4” x 6” WATERCOLOUR ON PAPER, 2018 – Listen on Spotify
The high guitar starts as light blue on the top left along with gray static. At 0.15 the vocals begin as bright blue along with the light blue guitar. The guitar at 0.27 and 0.34 is magenta with low purple at 0.37. From 0.43 the guitar is light blue on the top right with high greens and gray static from the recording. The vocals continue as bright blue across the middle. The bass at 1.10 is purple on the middle left. The high guitar is light blue at 1.27 with high green. At 1.37 the vocals are low purple before returning to blue. The chords at 1.47 are magenta. At 2.00 the magenta continues with purple bass on the bottom right with bright blue vocals. At 2.28 the guitar is light blue. The final guitar through the outro is magenta with blue vocals and orange hights.
This piece is one of a kind and was commissioned for someone special. While the paint may fall differently on the paper, future interpretations of this song will capture the same colours and moments as heard in the song.