A song (accompanied by accordion) about past, current and future(?) events. May or may not be helpful for election obsessives. Spoiler warning: spoilers. [more inside]
Einstein is reported to have said, "Nothing will benefit human health and increase the chances for survival of life on earth as much as the evolution to a vegetarian diet." This song presents a counterargument. Warning: may be offensive to critters. [more inside]
Alternative nutritional advice. Ask your doctor if Only Dessert is right for you. [more inside]
cowbells, beautiful summer day, cow goes nuts. it's mad cow meltdown in under 2 minutes. [more inside]
This is a song about how I feel weird about writing this song. [more inside]
Jennifer Teeter's first song written on the ukulele. Also, she plays mouth trumpet. [more inside]
A cover of Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen's classic, "I Am The Cute One," from the groundbreaking "Our First Video." [more inside]
So there was this awesome ask.MeFi post, "For Grigori I sold goat" -- A Christmas Mystery. [more inside]
Improv track. I'm a stupidly huge Doctor Who fan. I'm sorry. Almost every song I've ever jammed on vocally has included a reference to the Good Doctor. I confess...I may be an incarnation of the Doctor. A fat, currently unemployed incarnation. [more inside]
Answering machine message of the Borg Collective
Does what it says on the box, with guitar. Solve the Limerick Challenge! [more inside]
In the summer of 1996, less than one year before he died, Jeff Buckley wrote and recorded this song which was released for free on the Internet, but never on any of his albums. [more inside]
An ode to my spring-loaded toy goat Farnsworth. I'm a new member and I thought this'd be as good a way of giving you all the lowdown about my silly little self as any. The quality of both the recording and humour are terrible, but you were warned.
Another track from the 2002 Christmas album. Now with 100% less blasphemy. [more inside]
A track from my old band's 2002 Christmas EP. If you have any respect at all for me, or are offended by blasphemy or infant rape, you probably shouldn't listen to this. [more inside]
Written and performed at my request by Andrew over at Songs to Wear Pants to dot com.