September 29, 2010

#031: Noodles


Noodles

Virginia, Steve, Michael: Vocals

Virginia and Steve started doing this tandem set of “doodle doodle” vocals and this almost-rehearsed sounding acapella piece came out spontaneously. We also play up the fact that Steve grew up pronouncing the word “Guitar” without the letter U.

September 22, 2010

#030: Moonshine

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Moonshine

Michael: Piano, Bass, Synth
Jason: Vocals, Guitar
Steve: Vocals
Virginia & Sarah: Percussion

One of our favorite styles: the loose acoustic blues jam, where everyone seems to play in different rooms at the same time. Steve has been travelling since he was nine years old. Been wandering down on the bayou, with the waves lapping at his legs like a puppy getting his first taste of mother`s milk. Mother`s milk mixed with Moonshine. Old Pops out in the woods would jump out from nowhere, under the influence of that moonshine. He loved that stuff.

September 15, 2010

#029: Mideastern


Mideastern

Virginia: Guitar
Jason: Bass
Michael: Vocals

Virginia has an aptitude for playing something mideastern-sounding on every instrument she touches. Time to drone.

September 8, 2010

#028: Love Me Tender

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Love Me Tender

Mike P: Guitar, Vocals
Sarah & Jon: Vocals
Jason: Percussion

An entertaining car crash of a cover, where it doesn`t seems like we`ll be able to get to the end of the song without incessant laughter or multiple re-starts. (The picture is Elvis’ birthplace.)

September 1, 2010

#027: Under The River

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Under The River

Michael: Vocals, Bass, Keyboards, Guitar Bits
Sarah: Vocals
Jason: Guitar, Vocals
Jon: Guitar
Mike P: Bass

One of our favorite songs, an epic number about the soul of a city resting under the river. Sarah goes on to list the numerous types of city workers and people who frequent this place and know of it’s worth.


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