As long as I am posting moody, folksy songs with voice and guitar...here's another one!
Instrumental country death song
In the past couple of weeks, I found myself going back to a piece that I'd started working on a few years ago -- probably because it's in a slower triple meter that's somewhat calming for me. This is a condensed one-minute version, featuring piano and guitar, for the 60 Seconds and Under #2 MeFi Music Challenge. [more inside]
A lonely cosmic country rock song loosely inspired by Neal Stephenson's Seveneves [more inside]
Just a short instrumental (my favorite kind) comprised of a train beat, steel guitar riffs and some other riffs thrown in for good measure. [more inside]
A lazy song about drifting down the Mississippi, written by Rob P, performed by Bone Table. (That's me on the slide.) [more inside]
Another song recorded live at the cabin for the album. [more inside]
I added a guitar accompaniment to By The Grace of God's gorgeous a cappella country waltz. [more inside]
Acoustic number in the works, just looking for some advice & feedback about this song (see description) [more inside]
A tribute to classic country music. [more inside]
This is not the happiest song I've ever written. [more inside]
This is a song i've been trying to put together for a year or two now. It uses my usual punk + x formula, where here, x = rawhide. The second half is big, noisy, and was tons of fun to make. I"m kinda fond of the lyrics Hope you enjoy. lyrics inside [more inside]
First post, so I'll start with something short and old. This one is sort of bouncy. Country/Dixieland style. Guitar, bass, and drums. No vocals. [more inside]
This is the first song I have ever written, on a dare for my husband's alt-country band. They liked it enough to record it. The handclaps make me laugh.