Megafauna Lacrimosa

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Due to a series of unfortunate mishaps, our initial recording plan for the weekend has gone seriously awry. We did, however, have 15 minutes to write, record, and mix this little duet. Yep - another 15-minuter.
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We celebrate the passing of a great musical instrument. Hobart M. Cable, the piano lent to us this summer, is going back to his kind owner, Danny. He will be dearly missed. We hastily wrote this little ditty in his last few hours in our possession…read more
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A short piece, written and recorded by a few of the string players a while ago. Instrumentation: Resonator Guitar Acoustic Guitar Banjo Bass Light Piano 2 Clarinets Drunken Crooning
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Here's a partially-orchestrated preview of a song we're currently writing. Another big toe-tapper, this one, a lovely 6/4 piece, an ode to half-diminished sevenths, and minor ninths, wherever they may fall. The title comes from a quote from…read more
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Wrangled in the string band to a play a pleasant little toe-tapper. Instrumentation Resonator Guitar Resonator Bass Banjo Guitar Case Clapping Serrated Knife Voice
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as the name implies this is sans plectrum. as I have often done in my prerecording days I pluck and strum at a ferocious pace, executing some epic switch backs around :45. There is no distortion on this, compressed acoustic guitar track.
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Ol' Banjo Bill kept playing this riff, so we decided to make a little ditty out of it. We're thinking of actually making it a song. Instrumentation: Banjo Guitar A Comb and a Pen 2 Fairly Drunk Singers
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Here's a partially-orchestrated preview of a song we're currently writing. Another big toe-tapper, this one, a lovely 6/4 piece, an ode to half-diminished sevenths, and minor ninths, wherever they may fall. The title comes from a quote from…read more
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Here's a partially-orchestrated preview of a song we're currently writing. Another big toe-tapper, this one, a lovely 6/4 piece, an ode to half-diminished sevenths, and minor ninths, wherever they may fall. The title comes from a quote from…read more
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Very, very rough sketch (no words, just 'woahs') of a title track.
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This one's for that little black and tan, Nahannah. Lyrics: I said nahnay nahnay nahnay hey how'd you get so good how'd you get so good I said nahnay nahnay nahnay hey how'd you get so good how'd you get so good first thing this…read more
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A short piece, written and recorded by a few of the string players a while ago. Instrumentation: Resonator Guitar Acoustic Guitar Banjo Bass Light Piano 2 Clarinets Drunken Crooning
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corbinSound said

do you listen to department of eagles???

Here's a partially-orchestrated preview of a song we're currently writing. Another big toe-tapper, this one, a lovely 6/4 piece, an ode to half-diminished sevenths, and minor ninths, wherever they may fall. The title comes from a quote from…read more
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corbinSound said

:D !!

Due to a series of unfortunate mishaps, our initial recording plan for the weekend has gone seriously awry. We did, however, have 15 minutes to write, record, and mix this little duet. Yep - another 15-minuter.
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Guest said

Where are you? We deserve more.

Here's a partially-orchestrated preview of a song we're currently writing. Another big toe-tapper, this one, a lovely 6/4 piece, an ode to half-diminished sevenths, and minor ninths, wherever they may fall. The title comes from a quote from…read more
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Guest said

FNG!

Very, very rough sketch (no words, just 'woahs') of a title track.
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Guest said

Woah woah woah!

Neoclassical Country, Chamber Folk, Soul Baroque.

from San Francisco, CA, United States

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