Bad Moon Rising
I've been working on covers lately for live performance, and I don't mind changing things around some. This is my version of "Bad Moon Rising", with a faster tempo and plenty of harmonica. I'm amazed and a little freaked out by how closely the lyrics...
Kill the Doctor (that killed my wife)
This piece is about someone in particular. If you know who, you're pretty close to me. I'm playing a Yonberg Typhoon harmonica in Bb through a Bulletini mic into a Line 6 Helix Stomp running a Bassman amp model. The backing track includes me playing...
I've wanted to record a slowed-down version of the Beatles's "Slow Down" for a long time. I mean, shouldn't "Slow Down" be slowed down? Anyway, here it is. Enjoy. I'm playing a Seydel 1847 harmonica in A through a Bulletini mic into a Line 6...
The Caline Old School Reverb: Good for the (low) price
I was gifted a Caline Old School Reverb pedal for Chistmas. It's a decent reverb for the low price, and it's a useful piece for demonstrating what a reverb pedal does and what features to look for. Check out the video. You're gonna like this...
My lightweight pedal rig for playing through the PA
This is the rig I used with a Bulletini mic at the show I did last Sunday (25 September 2022), straight into the PA. All the basic harmonica food groups are here represented, but at the show I only used the Joyo American Sound and…
“Cruisin’ (Sunset Sam)” LIVE
My arrangement of Michael Nesmith's classic "Cruisin'". Live vocals and harmonica. Tech stuff: Seydel Lightning C harp in 2nd position (G); Bulletini mic; Line 6 HX stomp running a Fender Princeton amp model with a low octave and bubble vibrato. Pretty big sound. Dig. If...
“It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry” Live
My performance of Bob Dylan's song. As Jimi Hendrix said while playing "Like a Rolling Stone" at Monterey, "Yeah, I messed up the lyrics. So what?" Lead harp recorded with a Suzuki Manji harmonica in G, played in 2nd position through a Bulletini mic into...
“Why Should I Make History” LIVE
The rhythm section for this version of my song "Why Should I Make History" was recorded with a Philadelphia-based rhythm section in 2017. The version heard here is designed for on stage performance. Here I'm singing lead and playing a Hohner Crossover harmonica in C...
50 Grand live!
Live harmonica and vocal on this performance of my rhumba blues "50 Grand". I'm playing a Kongsheng Soloist in Bb through a Bulletini mic into a Line 6 HX Stomp running a Supro amp model with delay and reverb. The backing tracks was recorded for...
“On the Road Again” live
Live vocal and harmonica with prerecorded backing tracks for the Canned Heat song "On the Road Again". The harmonica is a Seydel Session Steel in C, 2nd position Dorian tuning, into a Bulletini mic and a signal chain that include delay, reverb, and a Lone...
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