A song for the unemployed.
An extended take on an old favorite.
1 guitar, 2 looping pedals, 3 amplifers and an invisible drum overdub courtesy of Scott.
Thanks for the music and memories.
Click the HD/HQ button for a higher quality stream.
It’s slower to load, even on a fast internet connection. So hit the pause button, go wash the dishes, and by the time you come back it will be caught up and ready to go.
There’s also an option to view the HD version at my YouTube page.
My brother turned me onto this record. 80s/90s R&B cat reinvents himself as a Motown-inspired hybrid of Smokey Robinson & Stevie Wonder with a dash of Sam Cooke, a foot in the present and an ear to the future.
Buy this thing and let yourself go. You’ll dance, you’ll sing, you’ll smile. You might even choke up a little like me.
I keep playing this cut, “Sometimes”, over and over and over and over lately.
I think about this coming Tuesday and I pause …
I’m excited yet guarded. I’ve got a feeling of cautious relief. There’s embers of hope but still ..
such a long .. long .. long way to go.
and announce that we’ll be posting new material will arrive soon.
A brand new song will be uploaded in a matter of days (there’s a sly out) here and to iTunes, a batch of videos will arrive, and we’ll be tweaking the layout here to focus more on the stacks of wax, relocating the blog portion to the periodicals section.
But let’s spin this one to let the day begin:
“Let The Day Begin”
Let The Day Begin
“Sun Is Shining”