Music Time

“A tambourine in the wrong hands…is a dangerous weapon”

So as I’ve been re-embarking on this whole playing in a band thing (which is a head trip in many ways), I’m rediscovering tunes that I wrote that I barely remember. Here’s one of them. It had been sitting on a cassette and I hadn’t heard it in 18 years or so (thanks to Dan Westrick for ripping it to digital so I could listen. Who has a cassette player any more? Not me).

Strange for me to hear it again. The musicianship was really solid–hearing Tony and Todd just made me happy. I don’t think Dana was on this tune for some reason — it sounds like me doing the backups (which is too bad, because I always liked the way our voices blended and balanced).

As for the song, it made me sad because it was about sad stuff, and it’s a sad song.

On the other hand, it’s very…musical. Like what’s the next TV show that wants to do a musical episode? Call me.

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