Another song from my old old old old old old band's 1995 release Worm Temper Tantrum Terrors. This one is a mellow hit. [more inside]
A creepy sound collage by my old old old band Haunted Housewives. Closing track from 1995's Worm Temper Tantrum Terrors cassette. [more inside]
This — and not my post from a year ago — was actually the first sketch of my cover of "Keep Your Hands To Yourself". Be warned, this is not pretty, more like a scribble on a wet napkin than a drawing. It's first-take everything, rushed, and I think it was my first stab at using GarageBand. (Everything before that had been made with Audacity or 4-track.) [more inside]
From a new album of songs adapted from an old Baptist hymnal written by my great-great grandfather, who was deacon of a church in Weatherford, Texas many years ago.
St Patrick's Day Party Invitation [more inside]
A rockin' tale from the early history of Dallas, Texas. [more inside]
Wrote this for my good friends the moths, and their attraction to city street lights.
A song I wrote about a trip to Texas with a girl in 1989. [more inside]
This is a song about a guy who works at a fast food place and the girl that loves him. [more inside]
In the Dallas/Forth Worth Metroplex there broadcasts an ever present tv ad for the Rodeo Ford car dealership. The ad involves a cowboy who promises that, should you find a better deal elsewhere on a Ford truck, he'll "just give 'er to you". The song is rough but true to its inspiration. From the fools that brought you Moon Patrol.