77 tracks by Farfetched Tangmo Band

South-Asian influenced mellow piece. There is a less-produced version elsewhere, but this is the better mix, imo.
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Short for Truncated Funk. You may describe it any way you see fit. I "hear" this as soundtrack under the right "scene"--rhythmically interesting but not musically over-busy. Kind of strange Elevator Music, but you shouldn't try to dance to…
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Mid-tempo, loud, and sans vocals. You want to sing (or play) on it? Drop me a line. EDIT: I may have a taker on turning this into a proper song. If he does, this is "off-the-market", but if he doesn't, then I'll put it back on or do my…
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Easing my way back into music production. This is a work in progress, but I have so many ideas floating I don't know how long it will take to make progress. I do like the way this turned out so far. Enjoy.
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An instrumental rendition. You want to sing over it? Feel free.
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Just a thing.
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Music by Trevitte Brown. Lyrics by Me. I tried to sing it, but it was too high, so Trev did. An old-fashioned Christmas hymn-style song. Lyric: Even though it's christmas Doesn't seem like Christmas Money's always tight here round…read more
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Never been happy with the original mix as it butchered Phil's drum work. He did an amazing job, and deserved better. So this is better...not as good as his playing, but better than it was. Lyric: I was doing a search there on Yahoo Reading…read more
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I was trying to compose a piece for guitar students to introduce Diminished chords, along with other chords learned to date in the lesson plan. This came out. I'm pretty happy with it.
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All sounds via a Kurzweil 2000 Synth Module. I love Jethro Tull, and this song is a large part of why. I did not want to simply recreate Aqualung...Ian and JT do the best possible version. I just wanted to pay homage to it. This follows the…read more
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A brief visit back to the hemisphere should be accompanied by a brief visit ti ye ole alonetone. So here it is. Hi.
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Another from the deep archives, ne'er released. In 11/8 (sort of) just because.
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From the dusty archives. Will it go round in circles? Stay tuned to the end and see.
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A slower and perhaps dreamier version of the Simon and Garfunkel classic.
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More from the archive. This was intended to have vocals, but that collab never happened. Anybody here want a stab?
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If the left don't get you, then the right sure will. A lost FTB track recovered from obscurity.
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"Some years ago, the good folks at The Acid Exchange took up the challenge to make a different kind of collaboration...an experiment in the unity of music. Each of the participants submitted one or more renditions of verses of this familiar song…read more
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Tang paid for the rights to use this on a CD, but never did. If the publishing rights holder wants it back, he'll accept refund. Tangmo himself is gone and there ain't no sunshine in more ways than one. Uploading for him. Enjoy.
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One of the joys of listening to music on the internet is encountering music that sets off chimes of inspiration in our own minds. This holds especially true when the one doing the inspiring is a friend. Bruce Lesisko uploaded a song called Flyfinger…read more
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Pretty much the only song completed by an attempt at another internet band we called Teh Mighty Poianos. Took my old lady to the mall dropped her off out front "Be back in an hour, baby getchu whatchuwant" Going shopping with your woman…read more
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More on the "Freak" end of the Orphans and Freaks designation. Most of the time I'm making music for myself, and this one just makes me happy, no matter how hard I try to resist.
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Conceived and inspired by the 24 and 1/2th birthday of a loved one.
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Pastichio Rocker aka PDOA wrote and performed/programmed this electronica piece and asked me to write and sing a lyric for it. Despite (or maybe because of ) my accent, we considered it a success. It got some college-radio airplay. I've made…read more
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Our entry into a compilation CD for the Acid Exchange International Music and Arts Guild double-CD. I wrote the music and cowrote the Lyric with Scott Graves, and sang the song. Other players are Jay P Lindsey, Dave Bell, and Steve of Asymetric…read more
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The Dutch musician Paul Corduwener wrote the music for this. I wrote and sang the lyric, inspired by a guitar lick near the end which seemed to be 'saying' to me "Chicky, go Home". Paul passed away New Years Day of this year. Love to his…read more
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Music written and played by Trevitte Brown. Lyric written and sung by me. I can stop my Honda on a dime I can stop this smoking anytime Knock on wood I can stop at four If I could I would stop the war When I was young I could stop a train…read more
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Easy jazz...I reckon.
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It makes me want to stay curled up under the covers, anyway.
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An ernest attempt at progressive rock.
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This was a large, somewhat unwieldy internet-based blues collaboration from several years back. I wrote and sang the lyric. AE pub collaboration!....lyrics and vocals by Tangmo harmonica by Tony(T.D. Brown)...bed by Scott(Riffmaster)....guitarst…read more
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Just a mellow, sensitive piece despite my blushing uncomfortability showing "that" side. Or something like that.
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This is the demo version of what was to be a full-on internet band thing. The instruments are place holders (but not bad in part). Just pretend the lead guitar player got into the wine early. Sadly, it will likely never get beyond 'demo', but…read more
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This is a jam intended to follow on the heels of "Dance, Little Sister" as it uses roughly the same progression. Sort of a mongrel, style-wise.
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Co-written and performed with William Liggett. Tried to make it a 'duet', but not being in the same state--much less studio--made it too hard to match phrasing.
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My old buddy and collaboration partner Phil Close joined me on what is at or near the last song for my last album. I wrote the song and sang--Phil did everything else you hear. Dance in the New Year. Dance, Little Sister. Dance till you…read more
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Written and performed by Tangmo and Jay Jackson. If my voice sounds a little sickly, it's because it was. I went into the hospital with life-threatening heart and respiratory problems days after laying vocals for this song. It remains a 'spiritual…read more
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Written and performed by Tangmo and Steve Blizin. Saturday night I'm gonna put on a tie take my truck for a whirl flow down the road across three county lines to see my pretty little black-haired girl Mom will be in the kitchen fixing…read more
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Written and performed by Tangmo and JC Kercheval. Lead Guitars by Thom Polimeros.
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Written and Performed by Tangmo and JC Kercheval.
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Written and performed by Tangmo and Frank Teidemann.
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Written ad performed by Tangmo and Lee Cusenbary. Electric Guitars by Thom Polimeros. A rather sexy song about my guitar.
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Written by Tangmo. Arranged by, and performed with, Phil Close. When this man was a little boy though sick and frail her pride and joy Mamma give him all he need Till he start to shoot up like a weed. He want to stay close He want…read more
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Written and performed by Tangmo and John Kerruish. Tony Blair inspired.
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Written and Performed by Tangmo and Phil Close
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Written by Tangmo and JC Kercheval. Performed with JC and Thom Polimeros.
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Written by Tangmo, arranged by (and performed with) Trevitte Brown.
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Written and Performed by Tangmo and Trevitte Brown.
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Written by Tangmo and Skip Moore. Performed by Tangmo, Skip, and David Brimlow.
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Written by Tangmo. Arranged by, and performed with, Phil Close. This is my song-sized response to the Boxing Day Tsunami in SE Asia.
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Written and sung by Tangmo. Arranged and performed by Phil Close. Additional guitars by Karl Cutruff. Hey everybody, come out in the streets now Hey everybody, let's have a good time Bring along your cooler, there's good food to eat now…read more
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Song written by Tangmo and Lance Lindley, arranged by, and performed with, Thom Polimeros with Phil Close on drums and perc.
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Song written by Tangmo. Arranged by and performed with Thom Polimeros.
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Written by Tangmo. Additional instruments by Trevitte Brown. A song about writing songs that isn't really about song-writing, and knows it is being written.
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Written by and performed by Tangmo and Ron ___________.
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Written by Tangmo for the RPM '07 Challenge, but held off of the official release of that album to include this updated version here on NPNS. Arranged and played by Thom Polimeros. The anti-lullabye.
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Written by Tangmo. Hey, Laken!
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Song written and performed by Trevitte Brown and Tangmo.
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Song by Tangmo. The one track written for my ill-fated RPM'08 attempt.
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Written by Tom Bordenkircher and Tangmo. Bar-room to Courtroom in just over 2 minutes.
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Written by Tangmo and Jay P. Lindsey with additonal vocals from Trevitte Brown and Karl Cutruff.
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Written by Tangmo in a fit of MOR'dom.
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Song written and performed by Phil Close and Tangmo.
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Song written by Tangmo. Additional instruments by Jay Lindsey. Inspired by a more-or-less true story concerning that storm known as Katrina
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At last, my secret is out. What I really want to be is a Jazz composer. ;)
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Instrumental. Not as angry as the title sounds. ;)
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Another instrumental "bonus". Sort of a tribute to Danny Elfman, whose soundtracks I'd been listening to quite a bit at the time.
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An instrumental "bonus" track for the official release of the album "Thou Shalt".
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This song was honored by peers at RPM in '07 by being voted into inclusion on an all-RPM compiliation originally intended for HEAR! music. The lyric is about the inevitability of bad times. It's good to live optimistically, but let's face it…read more
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This track replaced the one in this position which was on the orginal RPM album. Based on some tales from real-life Houston Bail-bondsman (and frequent collaborator) Jay Lindsey.
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I co-wrote the lyric with Bill Liggett, and the music with Michael Kardoff. Don't do business with Ms. Calamari.
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Additional instruments and arrangements by Thom Polimeros.
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Thou Shalt not Kill. Stripped down Tangmo.
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Everybody loves the Good old Days. Instrumental and production help from Phil Close
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Instrumental assists from Michael Kardos, overall arrangement by Phil Close, additional vocals from Lee Cusenbary. Envisioned as a cheesy Costa Rican Tourist Board jingle framing a love song.
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Don't call me the dog's name.
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With Phil Close on multiple instruments/production. A song mainly about my disrepect for celebrity culture.
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The Intro track for my/our RPM '07 album.
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