Someone suggested I re-record this with a heavier treatment. So I threw the kitchen sink at it. Guitars, guitars, more guitars, a cello section, some HEAVY guitars, harmonies and a bonus weather forecast. Don't let the quiet beginning fool you. [more inside]
an infectious, pounding cover of the Paul Simon classic.
...you figure it out. This is an unfinished project; to be complete, it still needs someone to sing the revised lyrics I wrote for it (perhaps it should be you!) but no-one seems to be interested in doing that. However, it's kind of fun in this mashed-up incarnation, so what the hell, enjoy. [more inside]
A "cover" of my "first" song. [more inside]
I posted this track before, but that mix is a bit outdated. So I'm offering it up again for the first song challenge. [more inside]
For this month's MeFiMu Challenge, here's a song first written in 1986 and first recorded and released in 1991. This version was recorded earlier today. Rewrote the last verse. The old is new again...
The first song I can remember "writing." Circa 1986. Re-recorded here for anterity. [more inside]
One of the earliest songs I've ever made (one of the only I could find) remade with slightly better skills and slightly cheaper equipment. File under easy listening holographic lounge soundtrack. [more inside]
I think I actually covered both challenges with this. It's chase music made out of one of the earliest string quartets I'd ever taken a crack at. [more inside]
For May's "remake your first song" challenge. [more inside]
When I was 12 or 13 or so, I loved to play around with a MOD tracker I'd downloaded. This is a remake of the first real song I wrote using it. [more inside]
This is a "cover" of the first track I wrote on Reason, after getting my first midi controller. If you're a fan of Debussy, you might recognize the chords. [more inside]
One of the first songs I ever wrote, remade in a multi-million-dollar studio by a band that broke up shortly after it was recorded. The original version is here. [more inside]