Robert Palomo

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While wiring up a new FX processor in my studio I was messing around with this classic traditional sea shanty. Probably because at this time last week I was playing at the Harwich (UK) International Sea Shanty Festival. Anyway, while messing around…read more
It has long been the role of the troubadour to challenge and lampoon Authority through music. This is one such piece, written following a speech by the U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), in which he spoke of African slaves…read more
Where I live, International Women's Day is a big holiday and has been for decades. I write in a genre where the traditional songs are pretty much BY men, FOR men, and ABOUT men. If they're about women, it's a certain sort o' wimmen, if you gets…read more
Ahoy, shipmates, it's that there time of year again, when yer ready to hang over the lee rail on account of all them insipid Christmas songs they've been blatting at you everywhere you turn ever since Halloween, if not before. Well, I've got…read more
I set out to make this lyric a sea shanty, but it didn't work. So it became more of a bluesy Negro Spiritual type song (if it's not a social faux pas to name that genre that way these days). This will not be the final cut of the song. I was…read more
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Written for a Minnesota Homebrew Halloween Song Challenge ____________________________________ Sweet Tooth Geezer Wandering thru the backyards on a cold and hallowed night When I saw the little children all dressed up with eyes so bright…read more
Here is my contribution to Carl Unbehaun's, Minnesota Homebrew Radio Show, song writing Challenge: Write a song about Minnesota ... Anything goes.
This song is the result of exchanging "One Line Zingers" with my friend Tom last Saturday while playing a little music. He challenged me to write a song about him and he would do the same at my expense. The funiest song wins. ___________________________________________…read more
The circling of life The ability to find your way Like a compass in the night And the coming of another day It’s like when the stars align You’ve been given just a glimpse of truth And you think that you might find The Optimism held in…read more
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Performed with National Baritone Guitar, Martin D-28, Morris Mandolin and Hohner EchoHarp. ______________________________________ D Down at the station Em waiting for a train, G Try to find a brand new start D leave behind the A pain D…read more
Love is where you find it.
Another tune about an inappropriate school teacher
Well here's my contribution to the Pirate challenge from Robert Palomo. I think you'll agree it was time to call it a night on this one, but it was a lot of fun writing and recording it! Hope it gives you a chuckle or two. Why Do Parrots…read more
Here is my contribution to the Pirate Song Challenge offered by Robert Palomo. Find The Pirate Challenge Here: http://alonetone.com/forums/making-music/topics/challenge-pirate-some-music _______________________________________ I once…read more
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While wiring up a new FX processor in my studio I was messing around with this classic traditional sea shanty. Probably because at this time last week I was playing at the Harwich (UK) International Sea Shanty Festival. Anyway, while messing around…read more
Robert Palomo said

@valsvil - Just me. No, I lied. There was also a bottle of rum involved.

While wiring up a new FX processor in my studio I was messing around with this classic traditional sea shanty. Probably because at this time last week I was playing at the Harwich (UK) International Sea Shanty Festival. Anyway, while messing around…read more
vaisvil said

Is this all you? In any case impressive vocals!

I had another version of this Stan Rogers tune up here before. But I recently decided to invest in some nice plugins for my recording setup (IZotope). I used this tune as a learning project and it came out so much better than what I had before…read more
Guest said

Cool music

It has long been the role of the troubadour to challenge and lampoon Authority through music. This is one such piece, written following a speech by the U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), in which he spoke of African slaves…read more
vaisvil said

Someone needs to take the Dr’s prescription pad from him. I think Gobbels would appreciate this bold rewriting of history. Its sweep is asphyxiating

It has long been the role of the troubadour to challenge and lampoon Authority through music. This is one such piece, written following a speech by the U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), in which he spoke of African slaves…read more
fudgetusk said

Jolly good stuff

I am an American of Hispanic descent living in Russia playing and writing music that often involves the banjo, an instrument of African origin.

It doesn’t get much weirder than that, folks!

Styles include Americana, folk, and bluegrass, with influences from lots of things. And there’s often a banjo in there somewhere, though not necessarily yer grandad’s hillbilly sort of banjo.

Lately my focus has been on creating original maritime folk music after the style of traditional songs, but with my own variety of salt added.



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