It's my birthday. I hope you all have at least as good birthdays in the coming years. [more inside]
Happy Birthday Gordon Lightfoot
Birthday song options. [more inside]
William is 4 years old and a big fan of synthy dance-pop. His parents are so cool that they commissioned a song for his birthday today! Happy birthday William! Let's count to 4! [more inside]
One of several short, simple variations on happy birthday for solo piano written for a class.
An appeal to President Obama, because I'm tired of him getting all the good nutters. [more inside]
I asked Jessamyn what she wanted for her birthday, and she asked me to write a sincere song for her. I just finished the recorded version, but I did get to sing it to her, live and in the middle of the woods, on her actual birthday. NOW THAT'S SINCERE! [more inside]
Happy 41th Birthday, Jessamyn! Congratulations -- you have found your Audio Birthday Card which we all recorded in secrecy. Enjoy! [more inside]
I'm glad that I don't wish I knew how to quit you, mefi. Also, bonus cheeseball youtube video edition. [more inside]
I decided to create a new birthday song for people who don't feel like breaking the copyright laws or don't have $10,000 to spare. It belongs to the internet now!
hey home recording kids: i'm trying to get this song ready for my lady's birthday. could use some help with the mix. I need advice by monday nite. going for cute. what's working / failing? what needs polish? [more inside]
This is a little song I put together for my mom's birthday a few days ago. Unfortunately, tuning was an issue, especially with all the untunables -- the toy piano, old keyboard w/dying batteries, and dollar store recorder. Well, I think it's still kinda fun, regardless.
A dangerously sappy populist paean to the great blue pylon where we like to have our pile-ons. Here's to eight more, you crazy website.
Birthday song written for my good friend Sara on her 19th birthday. Banjo and Vocals.
I stayed up way too late recording this song the night before my daughter's fifth birthday party last year. When all her friends came over for the party, we had them all sing the chorus part and then each of them got to sing the lead part solo. Then we feverishly burned a bunch of discs and each kid got a CD of their performance in their loot bag. Neighbourhood moms are still coming up to me and singing this, which I'm intitially flattered about but then notice the look on their faces which says that they've heard it over and over and over and over...
My little brother turned 23 this year, and I'm a cheapskate. Solution: record a song! Can be used for people named "Alice" and also in a pinch "Alan".