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Songs

(as yet untitled): I wrote this instrumental around July of 2001. I didn't do a real recording of it until recently. It's still not a really real recording since it uses fake bass and drums.

Acoustic Saturday: July 2004. The first in a series(?) of acoustic songs recorded while Rosemary was away in New York. :(

Acoustic Sunday: July 2004. The second in a series of acoustic songs recorded while Rosemary was away in New York. :(

Acoustic Monday: July 2004. The third in a series of acoustic songs recorded while Rosemary was away in New York. :( This song just wouldn't work with 2 guitars. I'm sorry. I gave up.

Acoustic Tuesday: July 2004. The fourth in a series of acoustic songs recorded while Rosemary was away in New York. :( And now we move into 3/4 territory.

Acoustic Wednesday: July 2004. The fifth in a series of acoustic songs recorded while Rosemary was away in New York. :( I believe 3/4 territory has now been sufficiently charted.

Acoustic Thursday: July 2004. The sixth in a series of acoustic songs recorded while Rosemary was away in New York. :( Now we're in staccato country.

Acoustic Friday: July 2004. The seventh in a series of acoustic songs recorded while Rosemary was away in New York. :( We have come full circle, but alas, there shall be at least one more song!

Acoustic Saturday II: July 2004. The eighth in a series of acoustic songs recorded while Rosemary was away in New York. :( This may be the last in the series, depending on how much time I have tomorrow. This also "may" have had some recording difficulties no thanks to that "time drift" problem that occasionally crops up when recording with Cool Edit Pro. :/

Grunge Song: This is a more recent song recorded around October 2003. It's very "grunge." Thank you.


Other

If you're interested, look at my MP3 collection. It's generated by a Perl script, and now it's all XML based! This should make writing a search script easier and more accurate, if I ever get around to it.

Here's a very strict and unnecessarily formal "standards document" for my MP3 collection. It's a bit ridiculous, but I like having a well-organized collection!