SEEKINGBand to Join, Accordion, Acoustic Guitar, Background Singer, Bagpipes, Banjo, Cello, Clarinet, DJ, Dobro, Drums, Electronic Music, Fiddle, Flute, Harmonica, Harp, 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.
Seasoned keyboardist/ lead/rhythm guitarist/ vocalist /bassist looking for dedicated musicians who either have a pre-established band or want to start a new one. I’m a quick learner and I love every genre of music ( as every musician should). Please reach out to me if you’re interested in jamming.
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- Over 100
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- 2-3 times per week
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- 2-3 nights a week
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Beatles/Who/Zep/ELO/Van Halen/ Philly R&B/Soul/ Country/ Progressive Rock
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Multiple guitars/ Ibanez bass : Roland RS-09 keyboard/ Line 6 Guitar amp / Fender Deluxe guitar amp/ keyboard amp.
Heart AfflictionWrote this fast=paced tune with Jay Lippincott and went right into the studio. Cool chord changes and great production by John Bailey.
Angelina - INDIVUDUAL SHADOWS
Angelina - INDIVUDUAL SHADOWSHarry Cox wrote this song about a fictional girl named Angelina, way before Jolie.
It Ain't Right - INDIVIDUAL SHADOWS
It Ain't Right - INDIVIDUAL SHADOWSSong all about how being born into the right family just makes life a lot easier.
Got a Job
Got a JobMy co-writer and I wrote this song in the late 90s, totally predicting Uber. The lyrics are about a guy who works in his car-all day. Hope you like it.
"See The Sun" Individual Shadows
"See The Sun" Individual ShadowsWritten in 1983 and recorded many times. Here's the 2013 version with Jay Lippincott, lead inspired by Larry Crisner.
Tribute to Wakeman
Tribute to WakemanThis quick song was inspired by a sound on my keyboard that sounded like Rick Wakeman. I wrote something quick to solo over.
Mia & Sebatian's Theme
Mia & Sebatian's Theme
"New Guitar for Christmas"
"New Guitar for Christmas"Original Christmas song I wrote featuring the vocal talents of Elizabeth Reynolds and Jay Lippincott on drums. Hope you like it!
Tryin' Hard Not To Die - Phantom Brakeman (Live in'77)
Tryin' Hard Not To Die - Phantom Brakeman (Live in'77)Here's an original song I wrote as a heartbroken 16 year old. It features Al Petrino on vocals, Chris Reetz's lead solo and George Rock's searing sax solo at the end. There was also me, John Bailey on bass and Chuck Bailey on drums.
"Weirdo" The Madmen-Live on Sunset Strip 4/28/82
"Weirdo" The Madmen-Live on Sunset Strip 4/28/82Found this from 4/28/82 recorded live at the Monte Carlo room. It was my last gig with the Madmen before I headed back to NJ. Since then, Eddie, our guitarist has passed away; wish I knew what happened to the rest of the guys.
"Time" (featuring Kelly Costigan)
"Time" (featuring Kelly Costigan)Kelly Costigan, Lynne's daughter, is featured on this track as a precocious Madonna-like 12 year-old. I think this song is very catchy and Kelly does a great job.
Insatiable Desire - Individual Shadows
Insatiable Desire - Individual ShadowsWritten in 1993 and recorded at John Bailey's studio, this rocker features great guitar work by Larry Crisner and a three guitar solo battle at the end. Most of all, it's a catchy rock song written by Rob Traegler and Jay Lippincott.
Central ParkThis song was written circa 1995 and was performed live at my graduation (from Trenton State) party at the Hibernians. Jay and I recently re-recorded it, me playing all the instruments while he supplied the drum track from Florida. Scott Chrisner, Larry Crisner, Jim Mangione, Jay Lippincott and I all brought this song to life. I like it.
'The Englishman And The Barrister' Title Cut
'The Englishman And The Barrister' Title CutLyrics: The Englishman and the Barrister The Englishman is a barrister Who hasn't got time to play Another Christmas morning and daddy's going away. Nigel slid down the banister And he hurt himself today, Gone away, Another day, Paper's late, It's how he relates... Daddy wants to be a magistrate, But I don't know what that is, Try to visit him in his chambers, But the bird won't let me in, Mommies always getting sauced, So she's of no use to him, Where am I? Again must I cry? Is this goodbye? Solo When the Lords passed the bill, Mummy turned to the pills, Daddy's new job is in the Parliament, But I don't know where that is. They tell me I'll see next fortnight, My life has just become a quiz, Gone away, Where am I? Is this Goodbye?.........
Machiismo Lane"Machismo Lane" is an unusual original composed by Rob Traegler and John Furda in the wee hours of the nigh in closed door sessions. The lyrics are unclear to this day.
78 in L.A.
78 in L.A.My best friend and favorite drummer Jay and I wrote this song out in Los Angeles. My son Rob says it makes him miss home and L.A. Just the vibe we were going for, hence the Eagles harmonies in the background. Hope you like it.
Hold the Line - Tangled
Hold the Line - TangledJohn rocks the vocals on this Toto classic. Last song of the evening-could've been the first.
Blue Collar Man- Tangled
Blue Collar Man- TangledHere we are at the end of the night trying some new stuff like Styx's "Blue Collar Man".
Sittin' Here By Myself (feat. Ernie White)
Sittin' Here By Myself (feat. Ernie White)Recorded this song a few years back at Ernie White's studio. Ernie was kind enough to play an awesome acoustic guitar solo at the end of the song that just completes it for me. It also features my best bandmate, Jay Lippincott, on drums. Without sounding pretentious, I still think this has hit song potential. Enjoy.