A love song, and, possibly, an extremely flithy one; second song for the Peter O'Tooles. [more inside]
The first song for my new Irish band, The Peter O'Tooles, about a comely young woman from Derry and her desirable fruits. [more inside]
In the noble tradition of the New Orleans "Popeye" song, a rather ignominious entry. [more inside]
A rewrite of a traditional bawdy song about an untoward way to make money. [more inside]
Third RPM song for my puppet Sailor Martin. Ukulele, harmonica, and a whole lot of inappropriate. [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.
Part of my quickly growing Old Songs collection, in which I record songs I wrote many years and even decades ago. This is a somewhat scandalous song about unrequited love. [more inside]
Part of my project to record old songs I wrote. This one probably dates back to 2000, and it rather naughty. Recorded with ukulele accompaniment. [more inside]
Sailor Martin, a tattooed and pierced sailor puppet, sings a convoluted and inadvertently homoerotic parable about a scimitar battle in an Arabian harem. Original public domain instrumental recording by Kaplan's Harmonists, recorded in 1923. New lyrics and Sailor Martin's voice by yours truly. More about Sailor Martin here.
Sailor Martin, a tattooed and pierced sailor puppet, sings a song about the joys of silk stockings at sea. Public domain music, "Second Hand Rose," by the Broadway Dance Orchestra. Lyrics and Sailor Martin's singing voice by yours truly.