13 posts tagged with mefimusicchallenge by umbú.
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I decided to work up a Bach Bourrée (BWV 996) as a belated "do what scares you" challenge, since I don't usually try to play classical music. Soon after I learned it, I couldn't stop myself from messing with the groove, adding touches of swing and Cuban rhythms. [more inside]
This is the song in the background of the radio play below.
Here is the other radio play scene that I did about a band called the Goat Guys. Unlike the first one, where the band sucked, at this gig they killed. [more inside]
A radio play scene in which a band called the Goat Guys bomb their first gig. It is an excerpt from the young adult novel Cherokee Bat and the Goat Guys by Francesca Lia Block. [more inside]
A collaboration with nicolin: a bossa nova collage that takes its time. [more inside]
My son's singing debut just in time for Xmas.
This is my best shot at singing an a capella Brazilian cowboy song. [more inside]
The Roberta Flack version of this song was #1 when I was born, but I decided instead to follow the lead of the Chi-Lites, a Chicago group that rivaled Philadelphia's Delphonics.
Includes the rejects.
A submission to the unofficial "Seven Nation Army" challenge. [more inside]
I started with a cavaquinho (uke), but then it spiraled out of control. [more inside]
Amnesty Month has inspired me to dust this one off: a grimy cover of a Brazilian tune. [more inside]
Lost chapters in American history, episode one: a rivalry between two founding fathers takes a shocking and scandalous turn. [more inside]