After getting Music Center Pro (Data Becker) and recording a couple of tunes with it, I felt pretty confident. The family was going off on vacation for 2 months, and I spent the time on this album.
From beginning to end, this was a successful time period, and the best album I’ve created to
I had wanted to redo POB with better lyrics, and this is it. The number of subtle jokes and funny ending makes this very appealing to me. Not sure this should have been the lead track, since I put an animated vocal on top, but the performance is solid.
More of a standard pop song – not bad, but not
the lyrics dramatically and put on a decent vocal delivery.
lyrics were developed while I was on a train in Peru traveling around
Cuzco. There had been an explorer,
traveling by llama or alpaca, who was lost while looking for gold. I modernized the story somewhat so that he
had been in a car instead and came up
with a wandering bass line that seemed to fit and really made the song
Lyrically and sonically, this is my favorite on the album. The chord structure is unusual and, combined with the smooth vocal, sounds really disturbing. Going in to the end, there’s a real cacophony of sound with dissonant guitar drones amid general hysteria. Way cool.
A final remake of the Kilroy rocker. A bit more solid and sports a more compelling chorus. I think I’m finished fooling around with this song now.
A great story falling on a pretty heavy riff. I like stories that use analogies to mirror sinister aspects of real life.
this track from WRS that was missing the vocal. I redid all the bed tracks and put on some high vocals at 2am
one fine morning. When I took the
headphones off, all the neighborhood dogs were barking.
Another solid story of broken promises over a guitar based rock song. The guitar sound reminds me of “Fingerprint File”, by the Stones.
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