Posts Tagged 'Guitar'
Laura Boswell and I recorded most of the music on this album in 2012. I was really happy to work on it because she’s got such an obvious talent. She writes her songs with both technical sophistication and a very
The best I can describe this music is that it lives somewhere in the space between two guitar heros of mine: Bill Frisell and Ali Farka Touré. I’m playing two guitar parts and drums on this track (drums being a
I can’t resist an inconvenient pun. This is a song of mine called “Another Song”, performed and recorded by yrs truly on guitar, keyboards, drums, and vocals.
In 1875, North Carolina amended the state constitution to ban “all marriages between a white person and a negro, or between a white person and a person of negro decent”. Let’s not go back there. An Earlier Constitutional Amendment on
On a recent trip, I stayed with a couple that had grown up as next-door kids in rural Michigan. While watching 8mm films they had just digitized, we heard stories of ponds, silos, tractors, and growing up on the family
Recorded two of the tracks on the Elkbellows (i.e. Mike O’Malley) EP Master None. Added guitar and trombone to tracks and mastered the album. Bartlett Hot Bullshit Get the album: Master None on bandcamp
An ongoing project, these are the first tracks of an album by Molly Miller (formerly of Amelia’s Mechanics). As well as recording, you can also find me playing guitar, banjo, keyboards, and all sorts of things on these tracks. Zeke
Helped record and mix Martha’s album, The Goodbye Party. Played keyboards, guitar, banjo, and co-wrote the track “The Goodbye Party”. The Goodbye Party Home Buy the album: The Goodbye Party on iTunes Martha’s website: www.marthabassett.com
I had Brian Haran of Fret Sounds Guitars revamp on old Silvertone guitar, one I’d gotten for $15, some ten years ago, and I used it to record this moody texture. Early To Rise
An original song of mine, recorded at a time when this is all I wanted to do. I’m singing as well as playing guitar, banjo, and keyboard parts. Looking at the bounces, the first name for this song was “Flu”.