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Walkabout (Atlas Sound cover)
In which I decide to stop candy butt-ing around it, and attempt to join the reverb drenched, echo cave sound of today. This doesn't really sound like anything I've done before, so I'd love to hear a couple reactions. [more inside]
The Christian Life
Cover of a Byrds cover of an old Louvin Brothers song. [more inside]
Goodbye Horses (cover)
Here is a cover of Q Lazzarus's "Goodbye Horses" made famous I'm told in Silence of the Lambs and Clerks 2.
Raven (Do As Infinity cover)
Does covering the ending theme of a Japanese horror movie count as a scary song for this month's challenge? Well, I'm posting it anyway. The only thing scary is thinking I can singing like Van Tomiko.
All Tomorrow's Parties
Quite a few tomorrows later, my August challenge entry. [more inside]
Headless Horseman (the Microphones Cover)
Here's a cover of the Microphones song "Headless Horseman". Here's the original. Here's a song with guitar, piano, banjolele and lots of harmony (by my standards)! [more inside]
Petula Clark cover.
Cover of the 2004 song by SF indie-rockers The Invisible Cities. My first ukulele recording. [more inside]
Rubber Ducky (cover -- original by Jeff Moss, sung by Ernie)
...the bossa nova version [more inside]
For Today (with rain)
Apologies for my absence. [more inside]
run to you (bryan adams cover)
No, seriously. Just for fun, I decided to do this cover song to test out some drum stuff. Thought I'd share this while I work on some new songs...
We Close Our Eyes
This is as personal as I get when not improvising. [more inside]
I'll Be Your Mirror
Straight-ahead, sloppy guitar cover. [more inside]
I'm a Rock n Roll Animal. [more inside]
Walk on the wild side
I'm a big Lou Reed fan. I have really tried any VU tunes. So I thought Id still just try a Lou Tune.
Femme Fatale (VU+N cover)
Now with less German supermodel. Plus, I play drums! [more inside]
New take on the Beatles classic with GarageBand. [more inside]
All Tomorrow's Parties (SKIST)
Skist (previously) is my band with singer/sound artist Haruna Ito. Hope you enjoy. I also made a video for the song, which can be seen at YouTube or Vimeo.
All Tomorrow's Parties (A Study)
Dreamy pop music for the Velvet Underground Challenge [more inside]
I Want You Back
Everybody driving by my window the last three weeks has been blasting Michael Jackson, I couldn't help myself. Maybe got a bit carried away. Many apologies to James Jamerson. [more inside]
In the style of Leonard Cohen. Just kidding. For the Velvet Underground challenge thing. [more inside]
There She Goes Again
My submission to the Music Challenge, July 2009 edition. Advice to the lovelorn john from Uncle Lou. [more inside]
Run Run Run
My Velvet Underground homework. There's some backing falsetto in here and some piano and stuff. [more inside]
As realized by the Christopher Walken & The Lounge Fellas. [more inside]
(Saturday Night And) Sunday Morning
The Gorgonzola & Ham Stone Gas 12" remix [more inside]
my assigned song or this month's challenge [more inside]
I grabbed a second copy of the Korg DS-10 synth in order to sync with the first copy and make richer and/or more elaborate tunes. This is my first stab. It wasn't til I'd finished it I realised I'd basically subconsciously covered the Mass Effect theme.
I'm Waiting for the Man
Aren't we all? [more inside]
So Straight and Slow (Robin Holcomb cover)
Programmed, recorded and edited today. This song appears on Robin Holcomb's self-titled album from 1990. It's got some odd key changes and a lot of clashing notes. [more inside]
It's still June for another hour and seventeen minutes, server time. [more inside]
Just a small goodbye tribute Michael Jackson. After all the mike Ive heard just outside my window even. It would feel wrong not to pay respect. Peace
I basically put the words to Hallelujah to an acoustic chill rock guitar thing. and this happened. [more inside]
Hell feat. Billie Ray Martin - Silver Machine
Hawkwind's cover featured in the impossible-to-track-down Japanese release of Dj Hell's latest album out now. [more inside]
A largely pointless endeavor, a rendition of Hallelujah with quick fingerpicking and banjos (what's new?).
Godawful Danzig impression? Check. Complete lack of shame? Check. [more inside]
An attempt to anger both Leonard Cohen and Bob Dylan. [more inside]
This is the soundtrack to a movie about Leonard Cohen going on a rafting trip in rural Appalachia. [more inside]
When Elvis Met Leonard. Nothing but uke, vox, and questionable taste. [more inside]
Hallelujah (drone version)
Here's my version of the esteemed Mr. Cohen's paean to the religion of love. I dropped the rhythm and chord changes, and made a new melody. The very minimal accompaniment consists of three tracks from my trusty old JUNO 60 analog synth. That's it! Video version (photos by yours truly) at Vimeo and YouTube.
The Fool (Neutral Milk Hotel cover, a capella)
I wanted to experiment with multitracked vocals, so I turned "The Fool" from In the Aeroplane Over the Sea into a choral work. I probably could have done more with rhythm and vocal percussive effects, but I did this is as a practice run for another song, which also included four-part harmonies.
You won't be able to escape this in the clubs this summer. Unless you just stay away, which is what I recommend. [more inside]
Stealing the 5/4 shuffle from Take Five and injecting it into Leonard Cohen: non-trivial. [more inside]
Hearts Like Mine
This is a Billy Bob Thornton and The Boxmasters cover I really didnt know about him playing untill The Canada No Gravy comment Fell In love with the tune So I covered my way With Honors To Billy
If I cant help fallen in love with you
My daughter is getting married and I cant make the wedding The gift of Elvis
Cheer Up Charlie
I learned this song on acoustic a week ago to try and best my roommate's version of "Somewhere Out There" from American Tale. I also needed to test out some new equipment in my studio. Then this happened. Let me know what you think.
Hallelujah, Hoarse (cover)
I thought I'd take one for the team and kick off June's "Cover Hallelujah" Music challenge. This is a scratch recording I made about a year ago when I was home sick and had lost most of my voice. If you ever wanted to hear Excessively Husky-Voiced Cortex, this is your chance. [more inside]
Together - Jazzed
You liked Together - now hear the cover, jazzed up. Short lively instrumental cover of my own work. Vanity at its best.
The Closer I Get to You
I wanted to hear a post-rock band cover Roberta Flack. [more inside]
A submission to the unofficial "Seven Nation Army" challenge. [more inside]
Miss You Much
I tried to picture Alice in Chains covering Janet Jackson, but it sounds more like T-Rex by way of Power Station. [more inside]