A rough structural demo of one of the songs I've written this month. Catchy, upbeat reflection on the simpler, softer times of my highschool musical upbringing. Imagine this with a dozen people clapping and singing along. And maybe an awesome guitar solo. I've still got three weeks, after all.
Exhausted, on an all-too-brief lunchbreak this past Friday, I was smoking a cigarette, watching an ant cart around a dragonfly corpse. And I thought, "Damn. It's a good thing they aren't big enough to carry cigarettes. And that they don't smoke."
Demo from my band's upcoming album. It's short, sweet, and sappy. Hope you dig it. Instruments: Guitar, Fender Rhodes, Sequential Circuits Pro-One, Floor Tom, Snare, Ride Cymbal, Beaded Curtain, Violin, Trombone, Cornet, Prepared Clarinet