Below are all the songs, stories and artworks that have sprouted from this thread so far. Click on any image to dive in. When viewing an image, scroll down to see the info below it. All songs and images are copyrighted by their respective creators. No being a jerk!
Spark & Whisper's song from their album Ghost Towns, used as a seed song for this thread. (Their song Ghost Town is also a seed song in the project.) Click here to listen to Little Tree on Bandcamp. It prompted Audre Brokes's fabric art.
Spark & Whisper's song Little Tree inspired this fabric artwork by Audre Brokes of Philadelphia, which has prompted four new songs so far: Standing Rock by Nancy K Dillon, Plant A Tree by Jack Brown, Cobalt Blues by Kiki Wow, and Bluegreen Swamptree On Fish by Chad Watson.
Kiki Wow's song Cobalt Blues inspired this paintagraph called "Cobalt Companion" by Los Angeles artist Dangeruz: Pamella D'Pella, which prompted the song Flight Risk by The Singer and The Songwriter.
Dangeruz: Pamella D'Pella's paintagraphy called "Cobalt Companion" inspired this song by The Singer and The Songwriter, a California-based duo. The song prompted cqcreations to create a collage.
The Singer and The Songwriter's song Flight Risk inspired this collage by Bay Area artist cqcreations. Here are two views of it. It's the third she has created for the project; this one is called "Look to Tomorrow."
Audre Brokes's fabric art inspired this swampy instrumental by Los Angeles musician Chad Watson, which prompted not one but two paintagraphies by Dangeruz: Pamella D'Pella.
Chad Watson's instrumental Bluegreen Swamptree On Fish inspired two paintagraphs by Los Angeles artist Dangeruz: Pamella D'Pella. This one is called "Don't Fret," and it prompted Tracy Newman's song Jojo Banjo And Fiddle Deedee.
A paintagraphy by Dangeruz: Pamella D'Pella inspired this song by Los Angeles songwriter Tracy Newman. Tracy has written, at last count, three songs for NSH, and her song I Just See You was used as a seed song for another thread.
Chad Watson's instrumental Bluegreen Swamptree On Fish inspired two paintagraphs by Los Angeles artist Dangeruz: Pamella D'Pella. This one is called "What You Think You Got."