Monthly Archives: September 2013

Here Today

This one is about how annoying talking is. Here Today

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I Saw You Watchin’

The FP’s have been co-writing.  Of course, in most bands each player writes their part, but usually the main sections are composed by a single player who writes chords and melodies and most often sings lead as well.  The Partnerz … Continue reading

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Free

I wrote this thinking about Ralph Stanley, the great bluegrass artist with the high lonesome sound.  I started by trying to figure out his song, The Darkest Hour, but then I thought it’d be more fun to try to write … Continue reading

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3D Silhouettes

Thanks once again Enoxh for the incredible drum samples.  Sounds like live, actually memorex.  Guitars and bass are real.  This one is actually in 4/4 but sounds like 3/4. 3D Silhouettes

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I See

I was talking about mindfulness with my psychotherapist father, Henry. He has been studying it while editing the scholarly paper of a buddhist friend. I told him that Kurt Vonnegut often thought of his uncle Alex who thought a moment … Continue reading

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But

A couple of winters ago, around January 2012, I was unable to afford to heat the studio in my barn and I was forced to lug all the gear into my basement.  It wasn’t really warm, but I could keep … Continue reading

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I Forget

When Chris and Trish moved to Brookline things changed.  I had ceased trying to find a rock band to play in and one had to find me, which is what happened when Chris and Trish moved to Brookline.  They had … Continue reading

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Enoxh

So, I’d like to introduce you to a friend of mine named Enoxh Eloe.  We met years ago at O’Lonnie’s Tavern somewhere in the east 20′s in NYC.  A guy I met on the subway, Johnny Jones, who liked the … Continue reading

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If I Yell

This is with Mairi on Cello.  It was recorded in the summer of 2010.  This version of the song has not been shared until now.  There’s a lot that I’ve aspired to that’s represented here.  There is a main theme … Continue reading

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Can’t Go On

In his book “The Unnamable”, Samuel Beckett writes the last line, “in the silence you don’t know, you must go on, I can’t go on, I’ll go on.” This song and, according to google many others, have borrowed this line. … Continue reading

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