final song of my rpm album - a song of low key hope - hmm, maybe not ...
song 6 - a little less loud - inspired by a superbowl commercial
song 4 - this is rather loud and should be played loud
song 3 - this is a little slice of the late 70s
song 2 of 7 - pretty much just a straight rock tune
song 1 of 7 from my new rpm album, wanderer - how i ever got this done working 60 - 70 hour weeks is beyond me
song 1 of 11 of my new rpm album, cornfield - it's in the mail right now, but you get to hear it first [more inside]
the 11th and last song in my rpm album
song 10 of the rpm album
9th song in my rpm album this year
song 7 of my rpm project - more blues - i have better vacations than this
the 6th song of my rpm album - you can pretty much taste the acid on this one
4th song of my rpm album - well, what's a trillion between good friends?
this is the 3rd and title song for my new rpm album - it would seem to be about someone else but sometimes i think it might be about me [more inside]
2nd song on my rpm album - this is a kind of mellow song
this is the first song of my rpm album, kerosene alley - jj cale got the green light, but i had to make do with the yellow
A raucous garage-band blues number, featuring ukulele, tambourine, and harmonica. Entry number 9 into the RPM challenge is a song about a mean woman. [more inside]
I wrote this one at the last minute because I needed one more song for my RPM 2008 entry, but it has turned out to be one of my favorites.
song 7 of 10 from my rpm 08 album, wolf moon
song 6 of 10 of the 2008 rpm album, wolf moon
song 5 of 10 of the rpm 08 album wolf moon
song 4 of 10 of the rpm 08 album wolf moon
02 of 10 of the rpm album, wolf moon
1 of 10 for the new rpm album, wolf moon
This is off of the RPM Challenge album I sent in yesterday. It takes its title and a bit of its chorus from a Metafilter comment. Per snsranch's request, it includes more of me singing (or at least trying to).