A Danzig cover (aahh!) I used to love the early Danzig albums back in high school. Three or four months ago I had a nice night and must have remembered the band because I woke up with this. It has since been remastered several times ( took out a lot of bass on the guitar ) and many attempts to post have been made (some nights you just can't figure out LAME). Like everything else I seem to have thrown together so far, it's one take on guitar (with vocals from that take bleeding in) and then one for vocals which were doubled. I added some shit in the left at a couple places.
Cover of the song "Kate" by Ben Folds. [more inside]
I recorded a few favorite country songs as a Christmas present for my dad. This is one of them. [more inside]
Ya. Kind of a Norman Bates take on it.
Zillion was a game for the Sega Master System. This is a song from the game (which you can see/hear here -- this song starts about 17 seconds in). I have, however, added lyrics, which are about the game's lack of a save function. With 77 tracks of tiny instruments, this song is probably my grandest musical venture yet. [more inside]
This is an a capella cover Leah Wilmoth (heard here and here) recorded on my laptop. It's a cover of a traditional folk song, as performed by Jewel. [more inside]
A cover of Johnny Cash's "Ring of Fire." [more inside]
A relaxed, front-porch take on the Gnarls Barkley original. [more inside]
Another shitty cover [more inside]
Whats Christmas without Jinglebell Rock? [more inside]
Did I mention I was A Nut for Christmas? [more inside]
ORthey requested that I do a cover of "The Luckiest Guy on the Lower East Side" (by The Magnetic Fields) and so here it is. He wanted me to use autoharp and drum machine, but because I am churlish I did not in fact use either. And to add insult to injury, I didn't even sing it myself! I got my wife to do it! [more inside]
I asked my brother what christmas song hed like me to do and he replied Blue Christmas. This one is for Him.
Cover of Wheat Kings by Tragically Hip. Crappy guitar work, slightly less crappy vocals.
Just a little Spirit
A cover of The System's "Don't Disturb This Groove". I tried to picture how Samamidon would have done it.
At micayetoca's request, here is my take on Elvis Presley's Poison Ivy League. As a special bonus, here's me playing ukulele!
Im like a kid in a candy store for christmas and everything christmas So I cant wait anymore I must transform into SomethingjoeChristmas Early... [more inside]
Its been too long since I've last posted here. I've been a big fan of the Constantines since the time the Arcade Fire were opening for them. This is a cover of a song off of their new album. [more inside]
As requested by uncleozzy. I'd like to think this is a song sung by a hard-travelin' man dreaming of his girl—a girl with beautiful long black hair, and a high, soaring voice; Old Man Perry's daughter, Stephanie. [more inside]
Cover. As requested by Mr. cortex.
I was surprised to find I'd never posted this to MeFi Music. Yet another Radiohead cover by me and my friend Mel. On MySpace we are Minor Vine. [more inside]
Spur-of-the-moment lo-fi live cover of the Radiohead song off Hail to the Thief, to which I added a couple of equally rough overdubs and some reverb. The guitar is out of tune and poorly played, but the vocal melody tweaks are kind of fun. [more inside]
A jazzy version of the Inspector Gadget theme song. Apologies in advance if it gets stuck in your head. [more inside]
Because it hath been requested.
Another shitty cover. [more inside]
I know, I know, another Neutral Milk Hotel cover from this guy. But bear with me on this one - this was my first ever attempt at recording something. Beware of ridiculous effects, general fuzz, super cool whistilng and wild panning, especially if you are on headphones. [more inside]
Death metal remix of Love Me Tender....just kidding I'm playing a uke. [more inside]
Cover of a song made popular by Dionne Warwick, I think. [more inside]
Cover. Obviously. [more inside]
Yes, that wasn't an idle threat. For your listening pleasure, I present to you Dio's "Holy Diver" on ukulele, electric ukulele, drums, and far too many vocal tracks. [more inside]
For the current MeFiMu Challenge, here's a song in a language I don't speak. This bit of Portuguese proto-rap is a longtime standard in Brazil. [more inside]
Im a nut for Christmas music and the whole holiday season and spirit. [more inside]
Forgot to upload this last track from my friend Matt and I. Instrumental, two acoustic guitars. [more inside]
A few days ago I had a vision that my band did a cover of Are You Gonna Go My Way. Then my band did a cover of Are You Gonna Go My Way. This is that cover. [more inside]
Some acoustic Pink Floyd. This is my first ever recording, feedback is appreciated. [more inside]
A cover of a song I absolutely love. [more inside]
A cover of the Eels tune from Electro-Shock Blues, a wonderful pop opera.
Everyone loves Positive Yogurt Motel. [more inside]
Recorded live in my living room on Monday night, the debut episode of this four-song, one-take podcast is my way of making sure I DO something with the piano in the corner. Each song fits a certain theme (this episode, it's Tom Waits covers), and there are no re-takes or edits allowed. It's the Pianimal -- and it's ALIVE! [more inside]
Another Saladabar song. This is a rough mix of a song we were asked to cover for a compilation of 80s Japanese rock songs. [more inside]
This is my take on a beautiful Daniel Johnston song that I learned from melissa may and sleepy pete. [more inside]
Another cover of a Japanese band, this time from SUPERCAR. (Previously.) This arrangement mimics the version on the album Futurama. [more inside]