Here's an attempt to cover O Superman without copying it; no synths, no vocoders, no sampling or looping. [more inside]
Being an apology-by-request to robocop is bleeding for trouncing him unmercifully in a recent game of Diplomacy. [more inside]
As requested by uncleozzy. I'd like to think this is a song sung by a hard-travelin' man dreaming of his girl—a girl with beautiful long black hair, and a high, soaring voice; Old Man Perry's daughter, Stephanie. [more inside]
This is my take on a beautiful Daniel Johnston song that I learned from melissa may and sleepy pete. [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]
I've had this Regina Spektor song stuck in my goddam head for weeks now + I haven't recorded any songs for months = this sloppy, lots-of-stuff-going-on cover recorded in a rut-exorcising session this afternoon and evening. [more inside]
Just a dreary little vignette to remind myself I record music sometimes. Started as a morning grumble, while the leaves were falling outside our kitchen window. [more inside]
This song is not actually a cover of any actual song, even though it pretends to be for reasons that will become obvious when you listen to it.
Old Woody Guthrie tune that's probably been covered a couple hundred times. This is me breaking in our new upright bass.
A parody of A Day in the Life, penned earlier today by the highly overrated gentleman known as It's Raining Florence Henderson in response to disturbing revelations. Apologies to John. Paul can stuff it.
Let's call it EMOldtimey. Or, really, let's not. It's not a damned clean rendition, but with this old heartbreaker you don't have to be. My pre-verbal niece was purported to love it, and that's good enough for me.
A quick, messy, ridiculous recording made earlier this evening at Chez Harvey Girl, featuring melissa may on vocals, sleepy_pete on vocals and acoustic guitar, and moi on vocals and casio and maybe some banjo too but I can't honestly remember if we did that track.
A lofi, live, solo acoustic cover of the fantastic Yankee Hotel Foxtrot track, recorded a few years back. Music has been way too slow the last couple days, dammit.
I, too, recorded this song! It came out a little bit weird, which is probably appropriate.
Cover of a gorgeous Wilco song. This is an extremely spartan interpretation. You may need to turn your volume up.
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