I opened a house concert for my old friend and tourmate Michael Holt. This is the warts and all document, sneetched from Facebook Live. Super rough around the edges and straight from the heart. All new songs except for the opener and closer, this is “what I’ve been up to”, sort of.
Played pianorgan on this sweet little King Radio song not long before my dad passed away. Not a song about grammar.
I almost forgot about taking part in Durham’s delightfully eclectic Pop Up Chorus a few years back, gleefully conducted by my old peep (and Pop Psychology hornsmith) Seamus Kenney. I never actually make it on camera (look for my striped blue short sleeve shirt from behind) but you can definitely hear me in there. It was a great time, but the next morning I got a brutal kidney stone. Damn you, salty delicious barbecue.
Archive dive for Theme Music One-Word-Titles: “A”
Footage from a solo show at the Empty Bottle, Chicago around 1998 or ’99. Never bothered to write the damn date on the VHS tape. No later than 2000 anyhow.
Yes, THAT one. “The letter U and the numeral 2.” A cover for Theme Music by my tremendously amorphous side project Virgins and Philistines. Enjoy until it gets content ID’ed out of existence.
A duet with the charming Zoenda McIntosh of the fabulous b-side of Ian Whitcomb’s N-N-N-Nervous! (Also covered to remarkably different effect by Linda Ball, strangely also on a b-side.) Featuring the estimable guitars of Torbjörn Petersson. For Theme Music‘s Breaking Up theme. Enjoy!
Video for an unfinished song, made for Theme Music‘s Lost (unreleased song) and Found (the footage) themes.
Original video source
Aaah, the spoils of youth. Classic photobombing by Danny Michel.
The song that started it all, now in glorious 480p.