92 tracks by Greg Albrecht

This song was performed live at the Waikerie Club. Waikerie is a town in the Riverland, a rural region of South Australia. Guitarists included Jakam Kourasanis and David Christie, and Russell Burgess played drums.
Reverse speech can reveal the unconscious truth. Go to reversespeech.com.
I have tried to capture that "stabbing"feeling that comes when someone says, "You were really pissed last night! Do you remember what you did?" And of course you don't remember! So you don't know whether you were a dickhead, or an arsehole or…read more
Contains an example of Reverse Speech, or a speech reversal that appears on the voice of Truman, namely "Mad! They must have dropped it before the whirlwind." This appears where Truman says, "'The world will note that the first atomic bomb…read more
For theological students and Vincent Price fans, featuring Johnny Stone on the organ!Especially constructed for your edification.
This one is for the doomsday merchants.
Better, stronger and more balanced sound. (I think?)
I've attempted to get the sound of garden clippers in an offbeat with the associated music, sorta like the offbeat of clapping sticks in traditional Aboriginal music.
This is a song that I wrote several years ago. It is dedicated to John Howard, Australia’s previous conservative Prime Minister. AJ Davis performs the vocals and music. He is an excellent musician. You can check out his web site at - http://www…
This is a song that I wrote several years ago. It is dedicated to John Howard, Australia’s previous conservative Prime Minister. AJ Davis performs the vocals and music. He is an excellent musician. You can check out his web site at - http://www…
This is a song that I wrote several years ago. It is dedicated to my Guardian Angel who has been very busy looking after me. I am often quite apologetic to this poor angel. AJ Davis performs the vocals and music. He is an excellent musician. You…read more
I have reinterpreted a free to use composition of the French Medieval piece entitled 'Allon Gay Gay Bergeres' by Jon Sayles. (See http://www.jsayles.com/familypages/earlymusic.htm)
No vocals on this track ... Voice coincidence? Don't listen before beddy byes!
Longer and with a better ending. Deary deary, I am tired now ... Must rest!
I touched this up a bit with a stronger and better sound.
In 1987, with David Oates, I co-authored 'Beyond Backwardmasking: Reverse Speech and the Voice of the Inner Mind.' (Check out www.reversespeech.com) This song has an unconscious speech reversal on the voice of President Truman.
My friend John Rigney sang this song with my nephew Alexis. 'Keli' is an Australian Ngarrindjeri Aboriginal word for dog.
This is the first song that I recorded, with my good mate John Rigney, in 2002. I have given it justice with a stronger sound.
John Rigney does the vocals on this track. His passion is Reggae and he has his own Reggae band called 'Kineman Karma.' "Kineman' is a Ngarrindjeri Aboriginal word meaning black or brown. Visit John's website at 'Kineman Karma.com. It's well worth…
I often apologize to my Guardian Angels, so I thought I'd compose something nice for them!
This is a song that I wrote several years ago. My partner, John Rigney, does a brilliant job with the vocals.
On this song I share the vocals with my two brothers, Mark (Aub) and Terry (Tex) Albrecht. The song is dedicated to our Dad, Kingsley Albrecht, as well as his 2/48th mates from World War 2.
I wrote the lyrics and constructed the basic tune for this piece. The vocals and music are performed by my good mate, John Rigney.
This song is dedicated to the awesome achievements of my Australian Indigenous students.
In remembrance of Paul Hey, a lovable and dedicated alcoholic.
Antichrist USA (2002) could also be entitled 'Fascism' USA.