brings back memories :-)
Thank you so much Justin, for your kind comment! w;-)
Justin, The drum on STEPPIN' ON SOME TOES is just poking the bass drum and the snare drum keys on my midi keyboard. Then I quantize it to the 1/16, because I'm lousy at playing on the beat, add some reverb to it and then pull the volume down until it sounds like it's way back there somewhere.
You did a little Marlin Manson like cover.
You got the touch.
You & gene both.
Always loved this song. The strange buzz is perhaps gonzo attempting to amply the doctor.
How much fun it must be to recreate this old chestnut. What a time that was!
This is groovy.
Such a cool texture.
Old Hank! just a head! LOVE IT!!!!!
Nice rendition of an awesome song!
cool version man!
Dig this a lot - again very earthy, organic quality in what you do.
Nice cover with a sense of your own thing. Nice earth in this Justin.
Have y'all checked out the video?
Great version mate. Dig the guitar.
exploding the jet stream.
Nice one and thanks for your comment.
This is my first listen to this one, and it's good stuff, like '60's beach music with a little psychedelica and grunge added in. What is it with you -- don't you ever write a bad song?!
Fabulous! Love the banjo! Y'all did a fine, sweet job with this old Irish jig -- Rock on!
I really enjoyed the colorful composition of sounds and the panning effect of your mix-down. Really delicious. I was indeed entertained!
I dig the slip=sliding rhythm. You're not only out of the box but several yards away from it. Digging the fresh view. Maybe Madonna wouldn't, but I would! Groovy -- Rock on!
This one really works for me. Far out, SciFi-ish fun. What you generated here is definately a groovy journey -- very choice colors and flavors!
This song tears me up. The picking is gorgeous but the lyrics are so emotional, it really pulls on my heart strings. One of the very best Political Folk songs ever.
A prime representative of what a Main Street Blues is and should be about. Very powerful lyrics indeed. So moving, and the music penetrates the heart. Your vocals are so real -- one knows you mean what you're singing!
FABULOUS! I dig the guitar, the harmonica, the lyrics, the vocals, but the handling of the drums was especially clever. You're just too cool. Rock on, Blues man!
One of the best songs I've ever heard! I love everything, from the bass to the lyrics. You are a fabulous songwriter and musician -- Rock on!
The most beautiful, gorgeous Sea Shanty I've ever hear. So haunting, chilling, gripping... I'm in awe. The instrumentation, the melody -- you're a marvelous talent. Too real! Wow -- just wow!
A grunged up Main Street Blues. I hope you don't mind me saying the vocals should be louder than the guitar, but such lyrics shouldn't be drowned -- I want WallStreet to make no mistake about what's being said here. You're tearing up the fretboard -- fabulous!
From the first second of this song I was digging it. I love the instrumentation, the arrangement, the style -- very tasteful indeed! Great job -- Rock on!
Reminds me of some drugs I took in the mid '70's. Your sound experiment produced interesting results. Wondering what Lincoln would sound like.
Not many have the talent to improv with lyrics! Powerful, moving. You are certainly gifted and know your way around the keys. Great job -- Rock on!
Your poetry is very good -- reaching, touching, penetrating. I dig your unique vocals. Your have a sweet, talented way with the guitar. Nice mix-down of sounds.
I think this would be perfect for the BG music of a scene in a Japanimation film, a scene of people rushing about on foot and passenger train, going to and fro across Tokyo. It's lively and has a hook. Rock on!
A groovy compilation of sounds. Melodic enough even for those who are not House fans. It would add spice to any rave.