Traditional Venezuelan song. [more inside]
For the November 'vocalsonly' challenge.
Definitely not in English. [more inside]
A Sunday morning here.
Am7 + Gm7. My submission to the two chord challenge.
Cumbia. [more inside]
The wind in Belize keeps rattling palm trees. [more inside]
A little something my girl and I put together.
Crickets, guaguancó rhythm, double bass, jarana guitar, one singing voice and another one rapping.
A quick snippet, to keep you entertained while a proper song is ready. This one was recorded for a TV program here, some time ago.
A song originally by Mono Blanco, performed here by my band. We decided to EQ it in such a way that it would sound as if coming from an old radio. Being upbeat and cheerful, I thought it would be a good way to start the week.
Small song I did for a weekly TV show in Venezuela.
Why did you do that disappearing thing? Old song, not the best quality recording, but hopefully the cheerful mood will make up for it.
Daniel LeClair, a friend of mine, told me how much he adored his 3-year-old kid. How he understood everything the boy spoke, mumbled, shouted or coughed. The only thing he never understood, was how the boy could be in love with that purple dinosaur. I thought there was a song in there. Recorded with another friend, Uili Damage, who did the production and sang in it. So, I wrote the song, but Uili made it sound as it does here.