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To our faithful listeners,

We've decided to formally shutdown thesixtyone.com -- our servers will go offline at midnight, May 1st 2017.

Artist tipping and music purchases will be functional until then, so please spend any remaining credits by month's end. 
A final payment will be made to artists following the shutdown.

thesixtyone was our baby for most of our twenties. We're incredibly sorry we weren't able to keep things going in the 
right direction.

2007-2017

Thank you for being a part of it.

Farewell,

James Miao & Samuel Hsiung

Richard John

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To add to the links below:
I'm beginning to dust down my soundcloud profile :)
https://soundcloud.com/richardjohn-1
posted 4 hours ago
The end of T61 is incredibly sad!
I’d love to stay in touch with as many T61 friends as possible.
Some contact details/ links:

Email: gilesr1@outlook.com
Bandcamp: http://richardjohn.bandcamp.com/album/primitive-tunes-for-fragile-afternoons
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/richardjohn500
Reverbnation: https://www.reverbnation.com/richardjohnmusic

If anyone finds any other promising sites where me and my music can park for a while, let me know :)
posted 2 days ago
Just uploaded Cloudlines No'3, the third (so far) of a collection of melodic, ambient, soundtracky type pieces. All quite relaxed, and a good opportunity to set acoustic guitar themes against a more experimental backdrop.
posted 1 month ago
Panic Lounge, my latest upload is a bit of a return to the world of Snowflake In The Desert and it's Cold Up Here etc
This taps into a style of music I've always loved i.e. a strange quirky blend of 1950's space movie, lounge music, bossa nova, experimental electonica, surrealism, cafe jazz and (unashamedly) elevator music :)
posted 2 months ago
I'm occasionally asked by family members or friends to write a piece of music for a wedding, often played as registers are being signed etc. I'm always flattered, and enjoy these projects - the music becomes a lasting memory ....... plus it's about the only time everyone, the captive audience, HAS to listen to the end :)
Harry Beyond was written for a niece's Harry Potter themed wedding :)
posted 5 months ago
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biography
Richard John is a guitarist and songwriter from the south west of England.
He writes acoustic based tunes with touches of electronica.
His music is always driven by melody and shifts from style to style with his many musical obsessions, from Bossa Nova, experimental electronic, alt country and folk, to lounge music and feelgood pop.
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satch (level 28) wrote:
Nice one Richard - hey we might even meet up at Fistral some time :)
14 hours ago
DZ (level 46) wrote:
Enjoyed your music in all its facets thouroughly, happy, sad, moody it's all there and hope you get yr big break sooner, rather than later.
All the best RJ!
23 hours ago
Calista (level 39) wrote:
May your beautiful music live on somewhere on the net. *hugs*
3 days ago
jonboy (level 15) wrote:
Thanks for the hearts, I returned the favor. Nice work brother:)
5 days ago
Calista (level 39) wrote:
faberex was around yesterday sharing links to photos of Italy and in particular Tuscany. Breath-taking. :-) Have a wonderful Easter. May the bunny smile on you with great favor. :-)
11 days ago
Calista (level 39) wrote:
Have a wonderful trip and may you find peace, sunshine and inspiration wherever you go.
1 month ago
DZ (level 46) wrote:
Cloudlines No'3 is particularly nice, thanks for that!
1 month ago
satch (level 28) wrote:
Pleasure - and how could I not heart such a lovely song about a place we visit from time to time...
1 month ago
Lattice (level 10) wrote:
Richard, congratulations for being the top song of the recent month.

Cheers / Mike Lynn
2 months ago
Diego77 (level 10) wrote:
It couldn't be better, Richard. :) Thank you, too.
2 months ago
PaulRutherfordNZ (level 32) wrote:
Hallo Richard, thank you for your music! Glad you've tapped into and intertwined such a mix of influences to so please our ears ^,^
2 months ago
gingerbelle (level 33) wrote:
Hey Richard! The new one is great... I hear more "lounge" in there than "panic" myself;-) Thanks for sharing it with us. And thank you for offering a guitar sample...I may take you up on that one day. Sounds like a good idea!
2 months ago
madcat8 (level 46) wrote:
Same back, Richard!
Always great to hear a new one.
2 months ago
Calista (level 39) wrote:
Hello you poetic soul. :-) My lovely island is treating me well and I'm forever grateful. Sounds like you need to get away - head south to sun and sand for a vacation - well, until it all turns to sunshine and you can go back home. I loved your latest track. I really could feel the trill of tension amid the calm. I'm so glad you continue to post your wonderful creations here. :-)
2 months ago
DZ (level 46) wrote:
Likewise! :-)
4 months ago
Diego77 (level 10) wrote:
Hi Richard! Yes, I have uploaded some songs here, thanks for your support! Listened to many songs of yours too and enjoyed them very much! Diego
5 months ago
satch (level 28) wrote:
Thanks for the music!
5 months ago
Calista (level 39) wrote:
Love your creations and Harry Beyond is just so sweet. I always enjoy to hear the stories behind your pieces. As far as the sun (or lack of it) remember that beyond the curtain, great light, warmth and beauty live on. I actually witnessed that the other day while standing at the window watching the wind blow gray clouds aside revealing a magnificent rainbow that had been hidden from view. It was breath-taking. I felt like I was in the audience of one of Natures's finest shows.
5 months ago
rufusimago (level 33) wrote:
Cool development of the Harry theme!
5 months ago
davyhamburgers (level 28) wrote:
bossa nova let the sun in is so perfect Richard. <3
6 months ago
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