The ninth cut on my album BIG TOWN is a song about a dancer who was years ahead of her time…
There are terrible, senseless murders every day that often go unnoticed. Sometimes it’s a high profile murder that gets people to focus their attention on the problem.
“I don’t mind, really…I don’t mind.” Sometimes it’s just part of a person’s charm.
The fifth track from my album “BIG TOWN” features melodeon, mandolin, acoustic guitar, bass guitar, vocals and drum programming.
MAYBE A WITCH
“I wish I had a dime for every time I thought to call you. I would never work again…”
The fourth song on “Big Town” is a remorseful ballad. There are plenty of smug inspirational quotes about eschewing regret or remorse…but that’s not realistic if you are an adult in this world
DO IT TIL YOU BLEED
There are personal events so strong at the time that the resonate into the future. This song is about one such event. A bajo quinto and a tres cubano drive the rhythm for this song.
The second track on my new album, Big Town, is an echo of songs on my eleventh album, Noir, where I took and title of a noir movie and riffed on it. It’s not about the movie, it’s about the title.