Chris Sabatini

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Recorded in 2004, in an old cabin in rural NC. I don’t know why the fake accent.
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Recorded in 2006 in Ashland OR. This was meant to be the backing track for a more complete song, of which all I can remember is the line “All I want to do / Is get stoned and read Harper’s”. Recorded in an airstream trailer.
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Recorded in 2006 in Ashland OR, in an Airstream trailer I lived in for a summer. I barely had electricity so it’s a miracle I even got this much recorded.
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Recorded in Denver in 2002. I sound like I’m pitching a song to Bread, but I don’t know how I would have liked that comment at the time.
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Recorded in Denver in 2002, but I don’t remember it.
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This is my 3rd home recording. I dug it out again and cleared the moth balls. "Tart it up a bit" as Sis would say. I found out that if you rub a strat the wrong way, it will talk back to you. I tried many times to re-create this guitar work…
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I really like the guitar interplay in this song. And I love the riff at the end.
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This is my attempt at doing some kind of "dance" rock.
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One of the first songs I wrote. Electric guitars come in at the middle and then disappear; pretty random, not sure if that's a good thing.
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Solo guitar alternates between wistful and sour.
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The opening cue to the score of an audio documentary following a pregnant woman in Gaza over her last months before delivery.
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For a dark scene, when flyers fall from warplanes, forcing people to flee.
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I’ve been making lo-fi home recordings since 1996, mostly on my Tascam Porta03 Ministudio, which is a four-track cassette recorder. I write songs and play banjo, guitar, ukulele, and sometimes accordion. For reasons unbeknownst to me I’ve chosen to release some of these recordings in a very limited manner under fake band names; Curb Your Dog, The Annenberg Fund, Ersatz, etc. I’m going to attempt to group them all together here, under the banner of my actual name.

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