Fun break up song about relationship revenge. As usual, the track is all original with me wearing all the hats. The synths are from my Fantom X, guitar sounds processed through POD Farm 2, and the drums are a combo of Fleetwood Total Drumming onshots and 909 samples in GURU. [more inside]
A silly, Ennio Morricone-inspired song featuring a story about a rattlesnake. [more inside]
Another entry in my recent demo series of posts. I posted a not-quite-done version of the track here, featuring piano and overly heavy drums. It's a song about the old classic video game "Snake". I'm sure I'll revisit the "proper" recording some day, but in the meantime, this is a nice performance. [more inside]
A cool remix I created of the Who's classic song "My Generation". Enjoy!
When Uncle J and I heard the new challenge theme was "snake", we both immediately thought of an old goof song of ours from years ago. We decided it deserved to be rerecorded...
This is a song that is very informative about the characteristics and dangers of snakes.
A quirky but perhaps oddly serious song inspired by that old Snake video game, written and recorded for the mefi music challenge.
This is a ssssmooth ssssong about sssssnakes in love, baby. Recorded in sssssstereo for your lissstening enjoyment.
This is a collaboration with the great micayetoca and an attempt to recreate what one might hear from the pre-columbian Maya. (snake)
A song about snakes.
Written and recorded for the serpentine challenge now underway. My buddy Ken Kawashima brought in the North Mississippi blues riff and yours truly did the rest. Apologies to animal rights advocates, but some snakes were severed during the recording of this song. Had to be done. [lyrics inside]
Tuned the guitar way down and added some banjo. This song does this thing where it equates "snake" with "girl." Like a metaphor, see. Also: it seems to play better through headphones (possibly because of the use of stereo). But maybe I just have bad speakers.
Made up especially for the current challenge. If you listen, it should be pretty clear how it fits into the theme.
sexy parseltongues seek to seduce snape, spells abound.