Continental Drifter was written in the cold, snowy winter of 2010. Its pretty easy to lock ourselves in the studio during the winter months and write. This song contains an eclectic mix of sounds that we felt could be considered native to specific parts of the world, hence the name “Continental Drifter”. Enjoy!
Courtesy of Ducks Deluxe – Some of these teeter on the edge of reality…. What’s the difference between a fiddle and a violin ? – Who cares. Neither one’s a guitar Did you hear about the guitarist who was in tune ? – Neither did I How many drummers does it take to change a lightbulb?Continue reading “Musician Jokes”
The pressures of life had me a little low today. As I was driving to meet a friend for lunch, I recalled a disc (yes I still have CDs) that was in my car with a mix of acid jazz/electronic songs on it. I threw it on and could almost feel the stress melt downContinue reading “The healing power of music”
Phil recently made this comment in reference to his retirement from music: “I’m sorry that it was all so successful. I honestly didn’t mean it to happen like that. It’s hardly surprising that people grew to hate me.” As far as the music is concerned…..What a career! I don’t know that I’m sympathetic towards hisContinue reading “Phil Collins – A great contribution and a bitter end”
Despite his success with arguably the most popular band in music history, Ringo has been criticized as being a bad drummer. I must attempt to change some minds on this opinion. Simple? Yes. Ordinary? For his time, probably. Boring? I guess he’s not the highlight of most Beatles songs. BAD? Songs like Love Me Do,Continue reading “Why Hate Ringo?”