Short, sweet, sappy love song. [more inside]
If you know of him, you may have an opinion that Daniel Johnston is a outsider genius, a troubled victim of hipster exploitation, or simply a not-so-typical independent musician who found his audience. If nothing else, his work is irrefutably full of sincerity and emotion. This little piece of his is one of the great American songs. [more inside]
[Cover] Sentimental and simple, but a good reminder of what matters. [more inside]
Literally just finished this so I'm sorry it's so sloppy [more inside]
I like this song, so I sang it in a room by myself.
My 2nd FAWM song of the month. A waltz about the ocean. [more inside]
I guess it's an ode to cocaine. [more inside]
Turbocharged acoustic. Love and regret. So it goes. [more inside]
I read a friend's blog this morning and she had a line in there about how she felt like her heart was stuck together with gaffer tape and glue. 10 minutes later I had this, another 20 and I had recorded it using Garageband and my mac's internal mic. As I haven't written anything in about two years, I'm pretty happy with this writer's block break. [more inside]
Title song from my self-produced record last year. [more inside]
Thanks to two class cancellations due to ice storms in the Capital, I was able to arrange and record this Valentine's day treat. Imagine Huey Lewis, baritone, with a banjo.
sultry love number in the Phrygian mode, with oboe d'amore, pedal steel, and vibes
Another song from our record, it's a quiet sad folky love song. I'm singing and playing the acoustic guitar.