SEEKINGAccordion, Acoustic Guitar, Background Singer, Bagpipes, Banjo, Bass Guitar, Cello, Clarinet, DJ, Dobro, Drums, Electronic Music, Fiddle, Flute, Harmonica, Harp, Keyboard, Lead Guitar, Mandolin, Other, Other Percussion, Piano, Rhythm Guitar, Saxophone, Steel guitar, Trombone, Trumpet, Ukulele, Upright bass, Violin, Vocalist, Vocalist - Alto, Vocalist - Baritone, Vocalist - Bass, Vocalist - Soprano, Vocalist - Tenor.
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Gone (Thirteen Senses cover)
Gone (Thirteen Senses cover)Got quite taken with this song recently and had to give it a go. Enjoy. Please.
PUSH/PULL (Suck Me Stupid)
PUSH/PULL (Suck Me Stupid)Another one from the archive. Probably about ten years old, around the time I started with A Simple Complex.
Circus Peanuts - Sound Of Free (Final Version)
Circus Peanuts - Sound Of Free (Final Version)Recorded at Harvard University about... 15 years ago? Vocals/drums/gtr by Kevin Kiley. This was going to be on a Dennis Wilson tribute album that didn't quite take shape.
Ain't She Sweet?
Ain't She Sweet?Doo-wop-a-doo-wop. All me, screwing around in the garage. Short and sweet. Enjoy.
Pleasant Valley Sunday (Instrumental Cover)
Pleasant Valley Sunday (Instrumental Cover)My wife, a music teacher here in NH, is again putting on a spring concert featuring her third, fourth and fifth graders. Sometimes there isn't a theme, sometimes it's more general, like the 80s, say. This year was pretty specific. With the recent passing of Davy Jones, she decided to do all songs by The Monkees. My job is to gather and provide tracks for the kids to sing to. If I can't find a decent existing track, devoid of background vocals, then it's up to me to produce it myself. This took a whole day to track, and I mixed it that night, thinking I was quite done. When I played it in my car the next day, it sounded doo-doo balls. The whole thing was so muddy, and the kick drum about blew me outta the garage, and not in a good way. KIDS, DO NOT MIX/MASTER ON HEADPHONES. I don't yet own a pair of studio monitors, so I hooked a boombox up to the laptop and tweaked for about an hour. Much, much better. Unlike a previous version posted here earlier, the stolen guitar riff was eventually replaced. I'm not even a decent guitarist, but I can hammer away on a riff and fake it well enough. Enjoy, pB.
Why Bother (Demo, mix 2b)
Why Bother (Demo, mix 2b)Another GB demo of an old song. This one has gone through a number of changes, but I like the one depicted here. It's very stark, and lyrically it may be a little too precious, but I was very young when I wrote these words. I think this one needs a part two where it really opens up. A number of people have said that they don't like the way this ends. To them, I say y'aint spose ta.
Nerve (Demo)An old GB demo of an even older song. There's an old, maybe 15 year-old demo of this song somewhere on 4-track cassette that I remember thinking was really good, but that got lost, and I haven't heard in forever. A good handful of songs from then suffered a similar fate. Sigh. Id like to re-record a bunch of these tunes, or at least tweak elements and have them properly mastered.
Happy Mother's Day
Happy Mother's DayNew song, featuring vocals by Alice.
Look Out (Here Comes Tomorrow) (Instrumental, 9 May 2012)
Look Out (Here Comes Tomorrow) (Instrumental, 9 May 2012)My last track in this project. More fake acoustic, yes, but the 'lectric is real. I laid down two tracks of handclaps before I had my DERP! moment and slapped my knees instead. It's a two-for-one deal! I got off pretty easy this year. I managed to find six decent tracks, and only had to make three myself. Believe me, I'd make them all if I had the time. I love doing this. Enjoy!
Your Auntie Grizelda (Instrumental, 6 May 2012)
Your Auntie Grizelda (Instrumental, 6 May 2012)Another one from the Monkees project, a vastly underrated track (and the one I'm most proud of). No dirty tricks here, folks, this one is all me. I may get around to putting vocals on these one day, just for the hell of it.