to a song or sample. All files are in mp3 format.
Down Guitar riff like John Lee Hooker on crystal
meth, backed by Bonanza's merciless tom attack.
Guess Tony should have received a lead vocal credit,
too...sorry brother. [Download
Your Life Away "I'll be the mascara on your
wedding gown/A stain you just can't remove." [Listen
Was Crooked Life during wartime in Cleveland,
as seen through the eyes of my father and grandfather.
Junking cars, raising chickens, hauling coal, hustling
gas rations, and working the night shift in the
woolen mills. Like Grandpa said, "Son they're cheatin'
us more than we can ever cheat them." [Download
Clothes Lost luggage and misplaced innocence.
I Had Your Love Smokey Robinson wrote this one
for Marvin Gaye. Killer groove and a faux Asian
guitar lick. [Listen
I Run Forgive us, Rev. Green. How about Sheinin's
keyboards, huh? [Listen
to Lose Every Barn Burners disc needs one flat-out
honky-tonker. Thanks to Beltway Jay Filippone for
the big twang. [Listen
with Viola (at the Laundromat) I've been afraid
to play this for Miss Viola. If she doesn't like
it, I don't know where I'm going to do my laundry.
song in mp3 format]
in My Eyes Paranoia, alcohol and indecision,
but Paul's guitar really tells the story. [Listen
the 7 to the 11 The last deal gone down, fair
or otherwise. Thanks to Jason Tinney for the lyrics
and inspiration. With apologies to the Who for the
the Blues Surf's up, Hank! Bonanza's bongo debut?