Description : My unplugged cover version of the Clash classic Clampdown off the London Calling album, one of the greatest albums ever.
Description : A song about going on a balloon ride. Had more tracks recorded but decided to keep the mix simple instead.
Description : My cover of a song from the movie Walk Hard, the Dewey Cox Story.
Description : A pop/rock/folk type song, acoustic guitar, harmonica, a little piano, bass drums and some singing.
Description : Short folk song about a simpler time. Acoustic guitar and singing.
Description : A short acoustic Christmas song.
Description : A cover of a song by Blaze Foley, the Duct Tape Messiah. Even though it's just a bit slower than the original, I feel it has a little more upbeat feel, maybe the drum beat picks it up so I put it under pop. I love this guy's music, he wrote from the heart and from his life's experiences until he was shot and killed protecting an elderly gentleman. Sad and interesting story. The song Drunken Angel by Lucinda Williams is about him.
Description : Acoustic cover of one of my favorite Warren Zevon songs.
Description : Acoustic folk song with some harmonica, short.
Description : A Bob Dylan cover. Probably as relevant today as it was when it was written. I had to bounce it down to 256 kbps mp3.
Description : People are being evicted from their homes and the thought of homelessness as winter approaches is unbelievable, especially during a pandemic.
Some electric guitars, me singing and a sorta busy drum beat I found in EZ Drummer that I've never used...and maybe shouldn't have, he.
Description : A song about remembering those who've lost their lives from covid, the doctors and nurses, meat packing plant workers, workers in warehouses and stores.... maybe even you have a job that puts you in harm's way. These folks make it possible for us to survive, unfortunately too many have died doing their jobs. Such an avoidable, tragic loss of life. Acoustic rock with some harmonica.
Description : Acoustic blues. Martin D10 and me singing. I want my life back.
Description : Acoustic guitar and some singing.
Description : My cover version of the Human Sexual Response alt rock classic.
Description : I recorded this in about 4 hours then did a second mix a few hours later. I love when they come together that fast. Acoustic/pop/folk rock song. Acoustic guitar, EZ Drummer, bass, 2 pads and me singing.
Description : I did this Dylan-esque folk song because Joe Funktastic described an earlier track as sounding a little like his music. Acoustic guitar, harmonica and me singing.
Description : A song about starting over, giving it your best effort, changing what you don't like about your life. All the usual instruments and singing.
Description : A folk rock/pop song. Jaco Jazz bass, Martin D10, EZ Drummer, some harmonica and I'm serenading you again.
Description : I bought a new Martin D10e acoustic guitar. It's solid sapele front, back and sides and has a satin finish which makes the neck so fast. A folk rock song about a train ride to the deep south.
Description : With my country up in flames over another senseless death, I figured I would do a Clash inspired song. Think White Riot, London's Burning, the first album sound.
Description : A fun song about a girl and a car. All the usual instruments, me singing, a horn, tambo. Oh, and a piano, too.
Description : Stole the title from my new bass pedal from Fender, yep. Ez drummer, bass, overdriven bass, a couple singing tracks and a few guitar tracks. Can't forget the tambo but I did forget to activate one of the FX tracks in the chorus. I thought it was worth putting it in the song and remixed it a bit.
Description : After the dumbest man in America suggested that people should inject disinfectants into their bodies and shine lights in their busty innards, I just couldn't resist the temptation to write a song about it. Put this together quickly and roughly mixed so don't beat me up on that, just sit back, read the lyrics and sing along and hopefully you chuckle a bit.
Description : I wrote this song for my friend Jim who passed away last month. I wrote it so that the people who knew him could sing along and feel it was their words and feelings expressed in the song. The first verse are words I said to Jim about a month before he died, hoping he would make some positive changes. It was so hard and emotional to put this together but helpful in allowing me to get through a tough time.