Riffed out for about 4 minutes on the electric guitar. Then layered and layered and cut and layered. I consider this some damn fine turd polishing.
A song written and recorded over a couple nights before Halloween. Lots to say on the matter, but I’ll let the lyrics speak for themselves.
I was called in to play some fiddle for an album project my friend was engineering. The sessions were a lot of fun because the music is heavy on stream-of-consciousness and wild experimentation was highly encouraged.
Wrote this song about the idea of absorbing any blame that people may throw around.
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Shortly before our move from Seattle, Paul Beeman called me in to play some violin on an album he was producing. I just got the link for the finished product. Pretty fun stuff. Just in time for Halloween. I originally met Paul when his band Great Waves called me in about 5 years previous. http://greatwavesband.bandcamp.com/