A song about my return from the Northwest this summer to my New Hampshire homeland, who has been deserted by all my peers. No banjolele, but harmonies and fog and mirrors percussion. Also a standard tuned guitar playing with a DAADAE guitar. [more inside]
More three part me... Took the arrangement from the Wailin' Jennys [more inside]
WILDCARD challenge -- again with the three part acapella harmony [more inside]
More three part solo. This time even the melody is improvised. The lyrics are a poem that caught my eye online. (link inside) [more inside]
Cover of the Amos Lee song by the same name.... Or at least the first verse of it. Again, in three part harmony complete with background noise. [more inside]
This is not the happiest song I've ever written. [more inside]
A woozy, detached song that builds. My first ever attempt at recording vocals. [more inside]
Hey Jude in three part (x2) harmony [more inside]
Three part improv harmony recorded on a laptop mic. [more inside]
A short melodic snippet I've been playing around with in need of a nice lyric. If anyone has one that fits, I'm all ears.
A short, pretty, desperate conversation about need and rejection. Plus arpeggios!
I'm not angry . . . I'm just feeling down
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