Two chords: Em and G. But don't worry. You're not part of the Zombie Bot Army. Because Frog and Toad are. And they're staying up all night drinking and having snacks at a bar with PB. [more inside]
A song recorded with Synthesizer and guitar. My submission for the two chords competition [more inside]
A little two-chord reverie that shuffles around for a bit and then disappears. [more inside]
This is an old song, but it only uses two chords (well, okay, so there's a third, brief chord, but still), and it's taken me four years to get around to the massive amount of hiss reduction the song required to make it postable. Because I'm lazy.
Very short and perhaps sweet. I've been working on this kind of music for a while and this is a good example of where I'm at with it right now. Two Chord Challenge!!! ENJOY! [more inside]
For the two chord challenge, though a bit of a cheat because it's more like two notes... [more inside]
Finally -- a MeFiMusic Challenge I can do! Or rather have done. I actually posted this song before, but I've since gone back and cleaned up the EQ and gated some of the noise from the vocal. The two chords used are D and E.
Am7 + Gm7. My submission to the two chord challenge.
My contribution to the two-chord challenge. A sleepy little song with fingerpickin' guitar, piano, and some three part "harmony." I experiment a little more with my voice on this one. [more inside]
Ok, so I was playing around with the two-chord song idea, struck on something that sounded nice, and this is the end result. Brought to you by the letters G and D7. [more inside]
A two chord challenge song that EXPLODES! [more inside]
For the April "write a song with only two chords" Music Challenge. Brought to you by the chords E and A. [more inside]
Something for the Choral challenge, although, it ain't quite choral. [more inside]
"Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal." Text by Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Setting by Allen McCullough.
For the music challenge amnesty. I'm often a bit intimated by the challenges but one thing I can definately do is play an instrument the wrong way. [more inside]
MY attempt at the spy challenge in the month of amnesty. Sexy sax with a chance of knifes in backs. [more inside]
WARNING: High pitched feedback. Sorry about your ears to everyone streaming the RSS. [more inside]
I'm not sure if this would work better in a spy movie or a cheesy 70's porno.
An entry to the amnesty challenge, trying out the "wrong" challenge. [more inside]
This was for an internet cartoon that never took off. [more inside]
For this month's "Amnesty" mefi music challenge, a breakbeat style take on the "spy music" contest of a couple months back. [more inside]
Amnesty Month has inspired me to dust this one off: a grimy cover of a Brazilian tune. [more inside]
My keyboard comes with the typical drum patch. And layering. The two are not intended to be used together. This mercifully short (under 2 min) sketch shows what happens when you go down that one way street the Wrong Way... [more inside]
MefiMuChallenge submission and my first real attempt at multi tracking vocals. [more inside]
Collage of Schostokovitch, Ian Dury, The Exorcist, I dream of Jeannie, David Essex, and more. Starts with the required banjo comment. [more inside]
A New Great Depression era jaunt with undertones of cracked optimism. Thanks to RussHy for the inspiration through the lyrics challenge. [more inside]
Part the third of a holiday happenstance. [more inside]
Part 2 of a Christmas collage featuring one of our cats, The Big Delicious, on solo cat voice. [more inside]
mashy mashy with The Big Delicious, part one. [more inside]
Hollywood is famous for its annual Christmas Parade, which inspired the song "Here Comes Santa Claus (Right Down Santa Claus Lane)", which Gene Autrey wrote after playing Santa in the parade and hearing children call out to him. I decided to write my own song about the event, as experienced by slightly older children -- the homeless teens who used to (and probably still do) squat in abandoned buildings and under bridges in Hollywood. Ah, memories. [more inside]
This is as close to the original melody as I could get while in a minor key. Imagine being on a holiday getaway where everything goes terribly because of the weather.
Ya. Kind of a Norman Bates take on it.
Eve from Wall-E sings the Christmas standard.
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. [more inside]
This may be a bit of a stretch for the music challenge, but it's supposed to be poking fun. [more inside]
Another track from the 2002 Christmas album. Now with 100% less blasphemy. [more inside]
A cover of the "I'll be watching you" of Christmas songs, recorded with my dear friend okclementine. [more inside]
A Christmas song about a man who kills his cheating wife and her lover on the eve of our Lord's birthday... [more inside]
doubtfulpalace's and Astro Zombie's unexpected collaboration on the MeFiMusic page discovered by chococat. [more inside]
The original broken Christmas carol. [more inside]
Everyone dreams of a white Christmas, but nobody does anything about it. [more inside]
Originally by Alvin and the Chipmunks. For the MeFiMu December challenge. [more inside]
Compare and contrast. Rebecca Marculescu rocks the vox.
Did someone say "minor-key Jingle Bells"? [more inside]
Where I live is not the best or the worst place. Ypsilanti Mi Here we seem to have a abundance of Crack heads. But for some strange reason they all disappear when it gets cold out. This is their Christmas Carol. They Dont Know that you can still buy crack when its cold?
A track from my old band's 2002 Christmas EP. If you have any respect at all for me, or are offended by blasphemy or infant rape, you probably shouldn't listen to this. [more inside]
It's not really that satanic. And you can still dance to it Peanuts-style. [more inside]