Oh god. Oh god, it's running. [more inside]
I am re-posting this at the suggestion of another user, this time with lyrics included. This and others are available here. Looking at Wiches Some say they're having a pretty good time And they're working on quitting this town. Everything's working out fine for me. You should see the way I get around. Like a dry drunk Down at the mall. Looking at watches, He feels something crawl Out of a memory He has of a girl. Looking at witches, Down at the mall. And ain't we got friends that are long ago gone and that's all that we want them to be? Nothing but nothing And nothing alone Could make them mean nothing to me. Sometimes in winter you get to go home. You get to dress darkly. You hang up the phone. You walk home from Pittsburgh With one thing in mind. Sometimes in winter, you leave things behind. And we miss when you sing Those old country songs. We get them for free around here, but we don't keep them long. Because we can't keep them long.
I'm actually not sure it's technically possible for a robot to also be a zombie.
Another one from the deep archives, and yet very much in tune with the monthly challenge. Originally credited to LSD49, it's an edit of an edit of a remix of an extended jam. [more inside]
An ancient and extremely rough instrumental demo. Written after a visit to the battlefields of Flanders. It's not scary.......just a little bit haunted........ [more inside]
Halloween music for choreographed skeletons, skeletons on bikes in the B part.
cortex was kind enough to let me borrow the lyrics from his song "The Bottom Falls Out of the Clouds" (which he wrote for the first ever MeFi Music Challenge), and allow me to set them to new folky/acoustic/lo-fi music for this month's challenge. [more inside]
Nosila, recently posted the rather fantastic “green lights flashing”, and kindly gave me permission to massacre the song for the September music challenge. [more inside]
Where does he get those wonderful toys? [more inside]
Demons of MetaPhonia? [more inside]
What the hell is wrong with us?! [more inside]
What do you think it's going to be? Really? [more inside]
A 30-second tour through the MeFiMu oeuvre. [more inside]
Mefi Music jingle, sound logo, thang, whatever.
Just having some fun, ENJOY!
A speedy entry to atone for my slackness vis-à-vis VU. [more inside]
Given I'm responsible for this challenge, I guess it's incumbent on me to get the ball rolling. This one features the choir of St Cuthbert-In-The-Mire conducted by the Rev Lemuel Tonks MA. [more inside]
Just getting this under the wire for July's music challenge; it's not quite August 1st, at least not where I live. [more inside]
Straight-ahead, sloppy guitar cover. [more inside]
I'm a Rock n Roll Animal. [more inside]
Now with less German supermodel. Plus, I play drums! [more inside]
VU & Nico challenge - I'm Waiting for the
Man Caterpillar [more inside]
VU & Nico Challenge. [more inside]
For the VU&Nico challenge. A good example of Garageband falling into the wrong hands. Also, took liberties with chorus. [more inside]
Skist (previously) is my band with singer/sound artist Haruna Ito. Hope you enjoy. I also made a video for the song, which can be seen at YouTube or Vimeo.
Dreamy pop music for the Velvet Underground Challenge [more inside]
In the style of Leonard Cohen. Just kidding. For the Velvet Underground challenge thing. [more inside]
What if Lou Reed was a 70 year old Irish man with two teeth? [more inside]
Technically, it's in F major. [more inside]
Solo vocals with delay, reverb, and amplitude modulation.
Short and sweet; a more structured offering, as well. [more inside]
This is side two! If you want to play the record from the beginning, then please turn over. Do not play this side, if you want side one. This is side two! [more inside]
I think if there was a true heir of delta blues in 1960s and '70s rock and roll, it was more likely Lou Reed than just about anyone else. A lot of delta blues, a little Motown, and a little modern Detroit.
If it ain't baroque, don't fix it. [more inside]
A Sunday morning here.
Looking through the lyrics, I had no idea what we were going to do for this track. Man vs sun, however, knew from the get-go. [more inside]
Satan? Is that you? [more inside]
Track #3 in Pasty Anglophiles' complete re-imagining of the VU+N album. [more inside]
This is the one I really wanted to have a crack at, rather than "Sunday Morning" (along with the "Black Angel" my least favourite on the VU+N album) which is what I drew out of the brantub.... Perhaps a little busy on the percussion side, but I hope it retains some of the menace/sleaze that characterises the original. [more inside]
An introspective take on a song that’s a lot more relaxed than it probably should be, given the subject matter. [more inside]
When Lou Reed becomes a Televangelist, God help us all. [more inside]
in which i mispronounce didactics - i blame lou reed
My submission to the Music Challenge, July 2009 edition. Advice to the lovelorn john from Uncle Lou. [more inside]
My Velvet Underground homework. There's some backing falsetto in here and some piano and stuff. [more inside]
As realized by the Christopher Walken & The Lounge Fellas. [more inside]
The Gorgonzola & Ham Stone Gas 12" remix [more inside]
I thought I better lower the standard a bit or else people might get put off . . . Anyway this is my version of European Son, possibly the least coverable song of all time, I didn't mind too much I just did what I wanted . . . there is another version with Stephen Hawking with Roger Federer and Andy Roddick on backing but . . . you ain't ready for that
my assigned song or this month's challenge [more inside]
This trip is a bit more relaxed. [more inside]