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As requested by umbú. [more inside]
I Knew the Bride When She Used to Rock'n'Roll (cover)
This was requested by micayetoca, and so here it is. Features Marxophone and autoharp. [more inside]
Black Dog, Friendly Dog
As requested by Karlos The Jackal. [more inside]
The Luckiest Guy on the Lower East Side (cover)
ORthey requested that I do a cover of "The Luckiest Guy on the Lower East Side" (by The Magnetic Fields) and so here it is. He wanted me to use autoharp and drum machine, but because I am churlish I did not in fact use either. And to add insult to injury, I didn't even sing it myself! I got my wife to do it! [more inside]
Cover. By request, so you can blame arcanecrowbar [more inside]
Sad, Sad Song
As requested by ORthey. [more inside]
Poison Ivy League (Elvis Presley cover)
At micayetoca's request, here is my take on Elvis Presley's Poison Ivy League. As a special bonus, here's me playing ukulele!
My Little Corner of the World
As requested by chococat, and featuring the great Karlos The Jackal on marimba and toy piano. [more inside]
This is my first try at a request. It changed my life.
Little Red Corvette
Wheel in the Sky (bluegrass cover)
As requested by uncleozzy. I'd like to think this is a song sung by a hard-travelin' man dreaming of his girl—a girl with beautiful long black hair, and a high, soaring voice; Old Man Perry's daughter, Stephanie. [more inside]
Country Death Song
Cover. As requested by ORthey. [more inside]
I Want To Sing That Rock and Roll
As suggested by Karlos the Jackal [more inside]
Watching the Detectives
Cover. As requested by Mr. cortex.
Response to several challenges. [more inside]
Here comes your man
Because it hath been requested.
Canção de amor
As requested by melissa may. [more inside]
Per arcanecrowbar's request, Big Star's September Gurls. [more inside]
I felt like doing this quick and dirty. Thanks again to arcanecrowbar for the request
Whiter Shade of Pale (Radio Edit)
Thanks to arcanecrowbar for the request and micayetoca for the challenge idea. This is my electro-freak-pop version of the Procal Harum masterpiece. [more inside]