Tags : | Rock | 8.48 MB | Ableton Live

Description : A cover of the Uncle Tupelo song from the 90's written by Jeff Tweedy, now of Wilco fame. Acoustic guitar, mandolin, harmonica, bass, drums and some singing. A song about someone who wrongly predicted a geological calamity in the town of New Madrid, Missouri. One of my favs from this band!

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  1. clickbaitcabaret
    clickbaitcabaret on Tue 30th Apr 2019 - 4 months ago

    Sounds tight. Great work.

    theHumps
    Reply by theHumps

    Thanks for stopping by!

    Wayne

  2. mrwolf14
    mrwolf14 on Mon 29th Apr 2019 - 4 months ago

    Hi Wayne,
    Great cover! I have to admit I don't know the original, but this sounds "sweet".
    ...and it has some elements of Jones/Strummer in it. Liked it a lot!
    Ciao, Domenico

    theHumps
    Reply by theHumps

    Thanks man! I'm doing another one by these guys cuz i dig them so much.

    Wayne

  3. JoeFunktastic
    JoeFunktastic on Mon 29th Apr 2019 - 4 months ago

    Hey Wayne! Wow, you are showing why band music is so important and relevant to our culture in this electronic music society we live in today. your song is almost a throw back to a time when one could turn on the radio and great songs like these play over the airwaves for everyone to listen to. Bands are becoming so extinct now in favor of samplers, synthesizers and heavily processed singers and that is truly sad.

    Amazing detail, instruments, and singing. everything is clear and defined in its own space. Sound raw and very natural like a band you would find at an intimate bar. This style of music does not mesh very well the garbage the kids listen to on radio today. I was in a Uber in Boston the other day. The driver had on Kiss 108FM. My ears felt like they were bleeding afterwards.

    Long live the Bands Wayne. Amazing song Wayne you did here, take a bow man!

    Joe

    theHumps
    Reply by theHumps

    Hey Joe! Thanks for stopping by. I dig this group and their music back then and as solo/new band artists.

    People say bands are going extinct? How come every time I go to a club it's always live musicians performing. I've seldom seen as much as a flier about a rap/hip hop band performing never mind a live hip hop performance anywhere.

    I think bands are doing fine and from the younger group I talk to they are getting more into rock, classic rock and punk these days because they relate to "real music" more rather than prerecorded samples and synths and samplers.

    Kiss 108, oh how I hated that station, ha! Never was my cup o tea. Now WBCN back in the day of Charles Laquidera playing all the local punk bands at lunchtime and WAAF, back when they played music, now we're talking. he!

    Cheers man!

    Wayne

  4. jamid
    jamid on Mon 29th Apr 2019 - 4 months ago

    Hello Wayne,
    Mate, I didn't like Spane much before but now I do love it.
    Well done mate wonderful track.
    Great Job faves.
    Majid

    theHumps
    Reply by theHumps

    Hey Majid, glad I can help you appreciate Spain. ha!

    Cheers!

    Wayne

  5. Orlando51
    Orlando51 on Sun 28th Apr 2019 - 4 months ago

    Hey Wayne,

    You always make great renditions and this one is no exception...and the most important, they always have your distinct personal touch....truly admirable !

    Compliments & Cheers_____Leon

    theHumps
    Reply by theHumps

    Hey Leon! Thanks, appreciate your visit.

    "your distinct personal touch" Some here call my singing bland, hope that isn't what your referring to, ha!;)

    Wayne

  6. HenryPascal
    HenryPascal on Sun 28th Apr 2019 - 4 months ago

    Is that kinda folk-rock? (you know... i studied at another school :D )

    Is so surprising for me, but i enjoyed... did you recorded it live and all at once? Wow, fantastic... passion is touchable in your records, that's why i enjoy listen to regardless :D

    theHumps
    Reply by theHumps

    Yup, folk rock, alt-country is another way o describe it. This stuff was very popular in the 90's on college radio stations and the clubs and with the alternative music followers more so than the country listeners.

    I played the acoustic guitar to a rough drum track then did a low vocal track to arrange the song. I added the high vocal track next then the bass, harmonica and lastly the mandolin. Each track one at a time. All my songs are done this way.

    I usually play each instrument once or twice through the whole song then pick the parts I like from those to complete a track. It's a quick process to get it arranged and roughly put together, then mixing it several times while editing the tracks to all fit together, that can take a week or two.

    Cheers!

    Wayne

  7. MPOProduction
    MPOProduction on Sun 28th Apr 2019 - 4 months ago

    Very nice !! Reminds me of my time, where I also made "REAL" music in bands.
    you know ...no plugins ...no DAW... no effects ... !! LOL ...back to roots !! cool

    theHumps
    Reply by theHumps

    Ha, those were the days! Still lots of live bands out there that do this kind of music, it's not a lost art form.

    Appreciate your visit and comments!

    Wayne

  8. Buhduzit
    Buhduzit on Sun 28th Apr 2019 - 4 months ago

    Nice I really like thew harmony between the vocals.Beautiful stuff :)

    theHumps
    Reply by theHumps

    Thanks! There are 2 guys singing on the original and I did the same thing. Electric git on original and I kept it acoustic.

    Cheers!

    Wayne

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