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I'm Yours But Not Really
For the May music challenge. One of Jason Mraz's most popular songs, which to me evokes images of boorish fratboys slamming PBRs, wearing nice hats stupidly and casually observing how sensitive they are because this song is on their iPod. [more inside]
Hallelujah (one more time, with feeling)
Yet another cover of the Cohen standard, but at least I've got an excuse this time. [more inside]
Prisencolinensinainciusol - Oll Raigth!
My fairly quick and dirty house-techno remix and update of Prisencolinensinainciusol. More info.
Rock The Casbah
What with revolutions going on in the Middle East, this seems like a particularly appropriate song right now. It's a cover of the Clash's fantastic original, although I have to say I'm not sure Joe Strummer would recognise it as being anything close to his creation. Video version is here. [more inside]
Wicked Little Town (cover)
One of my favorite tunes from Hedwig and the Angry Inch, given the super lofi iPhone Fourtrack treatment. Guitar, melodica, piano, drums. [more inside]
Kraken (Pirates of the Caribbean 2 score cover) — Millimeters of Mercury
This is a hard dance cover of the theme that plays in the score of Pirates of the Caribbean 2 when the Kraken is nom-noming on the ship. It was fun. Enjoy. :]
Acoustic guitar cover of the Lady Gaga song. [more inside]
If I Had To Do It All Over Again,
Baby I'd Do It All Over You. [more inside]
(Tumble) in the Wind [cover]
Here is a cover of the song (Tumble) in the Wind by Jackson C. Frank. I was drawn to this song by the way he is ostensibly singing to someone, but it feels distinctly like there really isn't anyone he is singing to. Piano, reversed piano, attempt at falsetto, ramshackle percussion.
Steam Powered Aereoplane (John Hartford)
My first post here! This is an attempt of John Hartford's great tune. I used GarageBand for bass and backup guitar, the rest is me -- two tracks guitar, mandolin, and double tracked voice. Hope you like it!
Ain't Too Proud to Beg
It's Valentine's Day, and I wanted to do a song about fighting against heartbreak. Naturally, I could not resist The Temptations. [more inside]
Leave Her, Johnny
Here is an entry for the January Challenge! It is by me and rangefinder 1.4. It is a cover of "Leave Her, Johnny," a traditional sea shanty that was sung by sailors at the end of a voyage, as they were preparing to leave their ship ("her" in the song). [more inside]
Polk Salad Annie
Just a straight-up, no-frills, bar band cover. Video here. [more inside]
Boots Of Spanish Leather
Another "get me out of this musical funk" cover. The more I hear Dylan sing this, the more I think this may be his most beautiful song. Here's my try. [more inside]
The Card Cheat
I've had a bit of Clash fever lately, and a Kaossilator that I'm playing with. [more inside]
A low fi version of the Stiff Little Fingers song that somehow feels appropriate for this New Year. [more inside]
It's Just Another New Year's Eve
From a 2002 holiday card to my band's friends & fans, we wish you (via Barry Manilow & Marty Panzer) happiness at the end of one chapter and the beginning of another. [more inside]
Extremely spartan recording, for me. Vox, piano, a simple vox harmony, and a melodica solo. [more inside]
Have Yourself a Walken Little Christmas
A special encore performance by Christopher Walken and the Lounge Fellas.
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. [more inside]
The Card Cheat (live)
A cover of the Clash song, recorded live last Saturday night in Pomona, CA.
Originally by Umphrey's McGee, performed by my band for the improv module at uni at our gig a couple weeks ago. [more inside]
Christmas Don't Be Late
One For The Road - Long Live Rock (Live)
The end of our set Saturday night, recorded from the crowd on my TASCAM DR-07. We opened up for East Bay Ray's new band The Killer Smiles, the band was pretty excited about it, and I think the energy really comes through. [more inside]
Polk Salad Annie
Here's my humble version of Louisiana-born singer/songwriter Tony Joe White's most well-known tune. Recorded live at SABACO in Waseda, Tokyo on December 9, 2010. Loved this song ever since I first heard it at age 12. Here I'm using is the Vietnamese jaw harp called the Dan Moi, plus a wobbly, warbly drone from the JUNO 60 analog synth. Video here.
Acoustic cover of my favourite song in all the world.
Grand Canyon (Magnetic Fields Cover)
I received a violin bow this weekend it's been really exciting and fun using it to play the electric guitar, so I thought I'd post a quick and dirty new cover of the Magnetic Fields song "Grand Canyon". Here's a video of me playing the song with the bow. Also, those loud bangs you hear that sound like regular worker crew replacing the roof? Wrong, they are actually hella underground, lo-fi authenticity booster superheros. [more inside]
November Music Challenge. A cappella rendition of a boards of canada song. [more inside]
Keep Your Hands Off Of It
My cover of a Jerry Lee Lewis outtake, a breathtakingly stupid song. Video at YouTube or Vimeo. Note: audio version includes special introduction not heard on video! Video, on the other hand, includes beautiful girl with weird hair emerging from a tube! [more inside]
A cover of the Misfits song, slowed way down and given a sort of old sci fi movie feel. Featuring extra creepy vocals by the incredible snsranch-- all shall fall to the power of his burning hand!
A special reminder for all concerned, in this special time of year: Friends don't let friends self-immolate. [more inside]
God Only Knows
Just something we did for fun this weekend. I can only take credit for the singing and half of the snaps.
Strange Attraction (Cure cover)
Uptempo garage rock take on the chimey classic. [more inside]
My acoustic cover of the Mefi favourite by Ke$ha.
Black Dog – Unfinished
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. [more inside]
I'm Losing You (Live)
As the lady says, this is a cover of a John Lennon tune recorded live last Friday night in Pomona.
I'm Looking Through You (Beatles cover)
So scody had a medical adventure today, which got me thinking about how awesome scody is and how much I enjoyed hanging out with her and being music dorks in LA last fall, and this is one of the songs I remember really enjoying during our drunken singalongery. [more inside]
My Roots are Strong and Deep (the Microphones cover)
This is a cover (gah, feels like all I can do lately) of "My Roots are Strong and Deep" by the Microphones. Features my friend Taylor Bridges on heavily distorted banjo, and recorded in this wonderful, cement stairwell back at the school I used to attend. Anyone know of good, secluded, reverby spots in Portland, OR? The sort where people generally won't walk by, but if they do they won't snicker?
Heart of the Sunrise
Originally by Yes, from the album Fragile. Recorded live in Brian's garage. [more inside]
When I'm in a prolonged songwriting funk - which I am now - it can sometime take a cover of a favorite tune to snap me out of it. Let's hope this does. [more inside]
Songes of Love
So, I like ben folds, I've been sitting on a great piano arrangement of this forever, and I can't focus enough to attend to the pile of writing I've fallen behind on. But if I'm creating something that can be shared, is it REALLY slacking? This is a cover of one of my favorites from Supersunnyspeedgraphic, the LP, "Songs of Love".
A long time ago, cortex asked for versions of this iconic Elliot Smith song. [more inside]
Like a Virgin
So JaiMahodara and I threw this cover together for the challenge last night. Last minute, and a little unrefined. But we had fun. [more inside]
Woke up this morning with a sore throat and my voice about an octave lower than usual so I figured it was time to record a cover of Roger Miller's despicable novelty hit that was #1 on the country charts the day I was born. Despicable because it's a song written from the perspective of a complete cunt. So I brought some self loathing to the table, along with the sore throat and my complete inability to play blues guitar.
On the day that I was born (in San Diego), the Archies' quintessential bubblegum pop song was a #1 hit (in England). This is a pretty straightforward version, although the guitars and bass and drums have all been replaced with marimbas and glockenspiels. [more inside]
The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face
Cover of the Ewan McColl classic, at the original speed for once. So I know covering a classic like this is pretty dumb -- how you gonna compete with Johnny Cash, Peggy Seeger and Roberta Flack? But I was really curious about something I read, so I wanted to try an experiment. [more inside]
I Heard it Through the Grapevine
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. [more inside]
A folky cover of The Clash's "Spanish Bombs" featuring micayetoca and Miss V. [more inside]
Eyeless (Slipknot cover)
This is what Slipknot would sound like if they were only one guy in his bedroom and didn't yell so much.
Another live recording from the Motown project at school last autumn, this time a slightly lesser known song by The Temptations. [more inside]