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Performed by my group from the improv module at uni and recorded at our gig a couple of weeks ago. Originally by Grace Potter and the Nocturnals.
Originally by Umphrey's McGee, performed by my band for the improv module at uni at our gig a couple weeks ago.
My group from the improv project at uni performing Chameleon by Dave Barnes at our gig last week.
A bit of 80s style guitar-rock goodness. I wanted to wait with sharing this until the mix had actually been completed, but the sound guy is taking his sweet time, so here it is.
This is a little something I cooked together earlier this summer for the fun of it. I never finished it, but thought it might be fun to share anyway.
On Sunday I'm leaving my friends and family and boyfriend to go off and live in Britain for a year and attend university. This is a song about that, which I finished today.
Another live recording of a Motown tune. This time I'm not doing the lead vocals, but the backing vocals are me (and one of the guitarists), and so is the vocal impro bit in the middle. I also had a hand in the arrangement.
Another live recording from the Motown project at school last autumn, this time a slightly lesser known song by The Temptations.
Live recording from my school's Motown Cover project last autumn, of the classic tune by the Jackson Five. Enjoy!
Live recording from a song contest at my old high school, in 2005. This is a sort of symphonic metal-type song. I was very inspired by Nightwish at the time.
Another cover song (you seem to respond better to those, anyway :P ), this time something as unoriginal as Evanescence (I know, all the emo kids are doing it...) Yet again, a recording from my vocal exam last week.
A recording from my vocal exam last week, of the song Teardrop, originally by Massive Attack.
This song was written for and inspired by a very dear friend of mine who is battling her second round of cancer. It's dedicated to her and everyone else who suffer and fight. They are the strongest people in the world.
Recording from my vocal exam at school last Tuesday, of the Tool-song Forty-Six & 2.
Another live recording from a concert at my school in spring 2009. Music and Lyrics by me, vocals also me.
Live recording from a concert at my school in spring 2009. Female vocals by me, and I wrote the lyrics.
This is an unplugged version of Kate Bush's Wuthering Heights that we recorded for a project at school. The arrangement was a joint effort, and I'm singing it. I got a terrible cold days before we were due for the studio, and thus this is not as good as it could have been.