A sea shanty. Vocals only.
For Section III (Track 4) of The Wasteland, I finally take to the microphone for narration, with my own spin. This movement is entirely a capella, and with two small exceptions, all effects were manipulated by me in realtime. [more inside]
This is my best shot at singing an a capella Brazilian cowboy song. [more inside]
A piece of pop fluff for the a capella challenge. [more inside]
umbú and I were born pretty close to each other, since this song was also #1 on the week I was born. For some reason, I pictured my version performed by some weird mix of Geinoh Yamashirogumi and Tokyo Jihen. [more inside]
All-vocal Talking Heads cover. [more inside]
It's amazing what you can throw together in about 4 hours with nothing but a Rock Band mic, 8 of yourself, and a pair of Stylophones. [more inside]
A verse from the AVB song Open My Heart (or at least as best as I could remember it) [more inside]
Continuing the theme of random a capella overdubbed stuff I have in my back catalogue, an old favourite [more inside]
Me singing the Harry Warren song, without any backing, feel free to mashup/remix, etc. [more inside]
More three part me... Took the arrangement from the Wailin' Jennys [more inside]
WILDCARD challenge -- again with the three part acapella harmony [more inside]
Hey Jude in three part (x2) harmony [more inside]
Acapella sample, killer synth, creepy fembot vocals. A song about hats.
I've always loved this spiritual, and I loved recording it as well. It was a balmy evening in New York, and as I was singing, I felt as much in the center of the world as far far away....
A light-hearted vocal tune/experiment - all sounds are from my own voice, including the potentially craptacular quasi-beatboxing in the middle. Enjoy!