Some recent discussion on MeFi about the band a-ha reminded me that I'd recorded this acoustic cover of one of their songs a long time ago. This is actually based on an arrangement by Kings of Convenience, who made some interesting changes to the original song structure. Me on vocals and guitars (nylon-string and steel-string). [more inside]
This piano part and vocal melody have been rattling around in my brain for a while--finally wrote some lyrics and fleshed it out a bit.
Quick little ditty about dusting yourself off. [more inside]
This is a song about what a serial murderer might feel like after he's been at it for so long he can hardly stand it anymore. [more inside]
This is from our JUST released album, The Story Is Everything. We're trying to beat a crazy deadline and sell 17 CDs before the end of the day tomorrow (Thursday, May 17). If we do it, we can bring physical discs to the Kerrville Folk Festival next weekend. Here's the link, should you happen to feel generous. Thanks for listening!
I've always had a soft spot for this Postal Service song, so here's an acoustic cover featuring resonator guitar, pump organ, and ten copies of me. Lighters out for the last chorus, please.
A very short little song wherein I take the harshly honest route toward an old friend. [more inside]
Silent Night with acoustic guitar, ukulele, and 4 part vocals. [more inside]
This is not the happiest song I've ever written. [more inside]
A short melodic snippet I've been playing around with in need of a nice lyric. If anyone has one that fits, I'm all ears.
A short, pretty, desperate conversation about need and rejection. Plus arpeggios!