For a very long time, in bits and spurts of months separated by years, I've been working on a song called "Onionskin." Seven and a half minutes long, it would need at least sixteen tracks to record in a studio — thirty-two, in stereo — and contains some of the most personal (if relentlessly obfuscatory) lyrics I've ever written. Most recently it's taken up many an evening in 2015, and its instruments are drawing ever closer to what I hear in my head.
Here's a link. I'm really quite proud of it.
Someday I will record the vocal lines on top, and replace those strident saxophones, but for now, please listen to one of the most complex arrangements I've ever accomplished.