Sometimes Christmas cheer comes in bottles and baggies.
Acoustic guitar song about the consequences of too much alcohol. [more inside]
A song for Memorial Day, posted a few days late. [more inside]
I would not have expected that there are any songs I wrote that I don't know about, but going through my files last night I discovered this naughty a capella number, written for my awful puppet, Sailor Martin, back in 2005 in New Orleans.
A song about a former roommate. [more inside]
My entry for the as-yet-unannounced Do An A Cappella Cover Of A-Ha's 'Take On Me' On A Dare From Your Wife challenge. [more inside]
Sailor Martin, a pierced and tattooed Sailor Puppet, finds himself in St. Paul, Minnesota, on Christmas eve, and heads out to the bars. [more inside]
A Christmas drinking song by Sailor Martin, a pierced and tattooed sailor puppet, who apparently believes that Yule is a celebration of liquor and vice. The original recording is Cecil Macklin "Too Much Mustard," recorded by Charles Prince's Band in February of 1913. Lyrics and Sailor Martin's singing voice by yours truly. The singing was recorded on a Kodak z730 digital camera set to record digital video. The soundtrack was then removed and converted to an AIFF using Quicktime Pro, and then added to the original instrumental tracks using Garage Band.