In honor of Clyde Davenport, who passed away this week at the age of 98, one of the fiddle tunes he played, although not particularly in his style. [more inside]
Recently met a dog with a mighty fine behind. [more inside]
In memory of Pete Seeger, a two-uke rendition of one of his best-known tunes. Video here if you're interested. [more inside]
Another ditty for the baritone uke
I like this song, so I sang it in a room by myself.
This is the first song I ever wrote. It's also perhaps the saddest?
Sorry about the whistling.
This just sort of happened.
My girlfriend wanted me to write a simple ukulele song. This is it. Short and sweet. [more inside]
Hallelujah, on a ukulele.
I recorded this version of the old Christmas standard with the original, depressing-as-hell lyrics. Check out this FPP for the backstory. [more inside]
Silent Night with acoustic guitar, ukulele, and 4 part vocals. [more inside]
A song I wrote back in 1996. Its lyrics draw from images from the Mexican Day of the Dead, which I've always fancied. In particular, I like the small clay dioramas that show scenes of skeletons going about daily activities, such as getting haircuts or riding in cars, and it is those images that fueled this song. [more inside]
A song about breaking up with the love of your life, only to watch them to find the love of their life straight afterwards. [more inside]
A cover of one of my favorite songs
I played this for a friend and he said, "That'd be a nice song to hear while floating down a river."
Unusual music, make with a ukulele, acoustic guitar, and bass, in one shot. Using a MagicStomp as a (very rudimentary) phrase sampler, and Audacity to record. Enjoy