A fav track by Canadian artist Bruce Cockburn, performed last year during a rehearsal for a live stream from my apartment (at the time) in the old Hood’s Sarsaparilla Factory Lowell, MA.
under the cold and darkly sky / you trip the light and go…
the cars were my fav band growing up. in my high-wire suburban teenage days, their records and lateral solo projects not only were desert island discs, they were my desert island.
the band (driven by ric ocasek’s all-lowercase, overdriven-jangle, and quirky-jerk writing) catalysed my adolescent desire and urgency to learn guitar and to write songs.…
Tom Petty’s “You & Me” played to Luna, our 5-month old Westie, intercut with footage from a few of her first trips to Prospect Park, Brooklyn.
Record your own cover version of the “song” sung/emitted by Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko.
The comet’s rhythmic oscillations took me to a droning arpeggiation space. With this “cover,” wasn’t replicating the comet so much as evoking its spirit.
Copyright Notice: Original Data Credit: ESA/Rosetta/RPC/RPC-MAG.…
an evolving project since 2006.
1: The Psychedelic Furs
2. Neil Young
3. The Sonics
4. The Grateful Dead
5. The Cure
6. Credence Clearwater Revival
7. The Replacements
8. George Harrison
9. Kris Kristofferson
10. The Postal Service
11. Tom Petty
12. Landon Pigg
more to come…
inside you the time moves and
she don’t fade
don’t you go it makes no sense…
Inspired by the version on the Psych Furs’ Beautiful Chaos: Greatest Hits Live.
And I just turned twenty-two
I was wonderin’ what to do
And the closer they got
The more those feelings grew
There’s sometimes nothing more fun – or necessary – than channeling Crazy Horse.
there are too many people
who can’t see we’re all the same
George Harrison’s Isn’t It A Pity. Recorded Halloween 2006.