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Live tune from The Harvey Girls.
Oldish jazz tune played by myself and some friends
A Sunday morning rock-esque tune.
A collaboration between myself and notondisplay using his tune Hi Rami Hi.
recorded live on kboo 12/12/12.
This is a "finished" version of a track I posted earlier.
A live version of Terry Riley's piece "In C".
One Swirlies cover.
mashy mashed sound collage the fifth featuring our cat the big delicious on solo cat voice.
mashy mashed sound collage featuring our cat the big delicious on solo cat voice.
a cover of an incredibly uncool song...
A live take to the Zoom H2
A favorite Christmas song.
a happy, skippy tune about gwynplaine (with theremin)!
"In the morning say good morning to your mommy and she'll love you for the rest of the day."
A remix of a song from a new project.
A folky cover of The Clash's "Spanish Bombs" featuring micayetoca and Miss V.
Part the third of a holiday happenstance.
Part 2 of a Christmas collage featuring one of our cats, The Big Delicious, on solo cat voice.
mashy mashy with The Big Delicious, part one.
A NSFW song about Mary (full of grace!) recorded in 2001 on a Tascam 4 track with an SP-202 and some ridiculous records and friends. From the same album as last year's Tryptophantastic.
melissa may sings over a friend's track (but we wrote the lyrics together and I recorded her singing!).
i'm sick of waiting for the punch that drops me to the floor.
a quick and dirty version of the monster's reaction to promises. A lament for the most famous of the walking dead. Some Waxman implied.
a townshend lament, inspired by (and partially stolen from) this song by Me, The Snake.
A song starring Dee Wallace Stone with cortex on piano.
A sunshiny ode to arcs and Saturdays.
It may be hard to believe, but I didn't listen to the song while singing it. Dirty words in a short song.
I just came up with this and recorded it on the H2 (I upped the volume a bit in Audition afterward). I'm pretty bad at finger picking and this owes a lot to John Fahey and Roy Harper. Not that they're bad at finger picking.... There's a faster and shorter version as well, but I liked the drone of this one more.
A song written for my oldest nephew (he's the giggling in the beginning and the talking at the end). His nickname is the monk, not little sprout.
is a cover song.
jazz tune. also, "jazz" tune.
This is a rethink of a song I posted earlier this year.
A happy happy holiday fuzzy buzzy song. Play at loudish volume.
3/4 of the way through my Tom Waits impression, I realized I could play the riff from Black Sabbath's "Black Sabbath" over the top.
What if Wolverine decided to become a carpenter?
A song about race and baseball.
A song based on this thread about loling metal that melissa may and I wrote tonight.
A song about love and breaking into pools at midnight.
A cover of one of my favorite songs about tornadoes, originally by Butterglory.
Imagined Hungarians waltzing instrumental style.
Song about a Detroit waitress.
A new(ish) song by The Harvey Girls
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