23 tracks by Project X

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This was just a twisted and warped little extra I threw on to "The Dark Side of the Moo." Another remix because the original was not the greatest. Some people will sit down at a piano and duet on "Heart and Soul." In our high school and college…
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My wife used to have a Paint horse named Dandee. When I originally recorded the song, we both said it gave us a picture in our heads of Dandee running along a beach. Originally recorded in February, 2019 for the RPM Challenge album, "The Dark…
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Recorded for a one minute demo video for Jasper Guitar Company, LLC, an startup boutique guitar manufacturer in Green Bay, WI. Matt Hayes is on the lead guitar using the Jasper Mana-TRM. Check out Jasper at jasperguitarcompany.com.
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Originally recorded for my 2019 RPM Challenge album, "The Dark Side of the Moo." This is how I cry musically. I added some verbs, an additional minor organ line, tweaked the bass, and remixed it on 09.05.20.
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Tim Chandler was a tall man with a big heart and a great sense of humor. He was the bassist for a number of bands including Daniel Amos, The Choir, and The Swirling Eddies. He also played bass on sessions and tours for Phil Keaggy, Randy Stonehill…
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Originally recorded for my 2019 RPM Challenge album "The Dark Side of the Moo." I was never really satisfied with it (listen to the original version), so I decided to add some strings and remix it. Much better.
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A new twist on an old favorite (or two!). During Wisconsin's shut down orders, I have been involved with a Facebook group called Jump Around Wisconsin. For those who don't know, between the third and fourth quarters at Wisconsin Badgers football…
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I wrote the backing track a couple years ago after watching the documentary “It Might Get Loud.” It somehow evolved into a li’l tribute to Bob Dylan (Bob really deserves so much better). The words allude to a number of Dylan’s songs: “Like a Rolling…
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When I made my demo of this song, Nancy said she really liked the melody of the chorus and that overall it was her favorite tune of mine to date, hence the title. I thought the first section of the song would be ideal for a sitar, however I…
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This one is pretty much your basic bad day. I mean hectic, frantic, crazy, pull-your-hair-out, everything’s going wrong, Junior puked in class and I crashed the car on the way to get him days. Really bad but survivable. Make yourself the main…
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A track over twenty years in the making. I came up with it sitting in front of the TV with an unplugged borrowed Rickenbacker 360 (thanks, Mark). The Santana vibe just happened. I made a four track cassette recording of it just to get it down…
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Swamp Thing is a custom built guitar by Tony Louscher at Luthier’s Workshop in Green Bay, WI. I wrote the main riff three years ago and it sounded “swampy” to me. For the 2020 RPM Challenge, I dusted off the little riff and created this tune…
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When I made my demo of this song, Nancy said she really liked the melody of the chorus and that overall it was her favorite tune of mine to date, hence the title. I thought the first section of the song would be ideal for a sitar, however I…
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The story behind this one is almost the same as "Swamp Thing," only this one spawned lyrics to boot. Major props to Erika for her fabulous vocal! Jon and I played the leads. I bookended the track and Jon did everything in between.
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This one is pretty much your basic bad day. I mean hectic, frantic, crazy, pull-your-hair-out, everything's going wrong, Junior puked in class and I crashed the car on the way to get him days. Really bad but survivable. Make yourself the main…
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Is it surf music? Exotica? Both? Neither? Did Jacques Cousteau have anything to do with this? Percussion on this one by Cyclops Cow and Sum Gai.
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Conceived in the shower in mid February with the backing track fully recorded less than an hour later. Who doesn't like the Ramones?! Just a fun track to celebrate RPM's 15th anniversary. The lyrics lean toward being tongue-in-cheek. I don't hole…
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I wrote the backing track a couple years ago after watching the documentary "It Might Get Loud." It somehow evolved into a li'l tribute to Bob Dylan (Bob really deserves so much better). The words allude to a number of Dylan's songs: "Like a Rolling…
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I love surf music complete with Fender guitars dripping in lots of spring reverb. This one came out of the clear blue and somehow developed the double-naught spy thing in the process. Matt plays lead. He's got the surf thing down pat!
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A track over twenty years in the making. I came up with it sitting in front of the TV with an unplugged borrowed Rickenbacker 360 (thanks, Mark). The Santana vibe just happened. I made a four track cassette recording of it just to get it down…
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