This is one of my favourite songs by You Am I, a sweet ballad about a kid who just trying to figure out the rules.
A quick-and-dirty cover with minimal instrumentation I made this afternoon. I’m experimenting a bit with harmonies. I have loved this song (by Beck, from Sea Change) since the first time I heard it at Doctor Dave’s house about 10 years ago.
Cover of a really great song by Counting Crows from August and Everything After. In the early 90’s I was absolutely mad for these guys. Yes, I am absolutely showing my age.
Made this to celebrate the marvellous merging of a wandering Australian, his Californian wife, and the wintery capital of Wisconsin.
I drew a picture of my Dad (traced from some photos) for Father’s Day, 2013.
My mother in law is the sweetest person in the world, except perhaps for my wife. That’s what makes this so damn funny.
I made this for our going away party when my wife and I moved from New York to Madison.
A song I felt compelled to write about the American Apparel billboards that blanket the inner east of Los Angeles.
I recorded this song a few months ago. It was a second attempt after I tried to sing way too loud in the first. Turns out good microphones are sensitive, and good singers are supposed to know that 🙂 Also, that’s (Brent Strahan)[https://www.facebook.com/brent.strahan] guitar-soloing over the piano solo. International collaboration!
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