Archive for July 2009

When I collate the masses tremble, when I send a fax the universe shudders at my fury

July 25, 2009

Great words from Alice Donut and the Bottom of the Chain. If I do the cover album version of Songs About the Office, this one would have to be there – you don’t get much better lyrics about office life than this: When I collate The masses tremble When I send a fax The universe […]

15 Seconds of Shame

July 23, 2009

Song #15 in Hardcory Mogkenstein’s 50 Song Challenge coincidentally has the number 15 in the title and it’s 15 seconds long – I present to you: 15 Seconds of Shame. I was thinking about the 15 minutes of fame that is more like 15 seconds these days and doesn’t it seem more common to get […]

I’m a Tennis Widower to Roger Federer

July 20, 2009

Roger Federer inspired this one as Wimbledon was wrapping up. I would have had it posted on the final day of Wimbledon but when you’re a tennis widower to Roger Federer you have to look after the kids instead of recording songs. I’m showing my delicate and fragile side on this one as an attempt […]

I am a Favourite Punk Rock Band!

July 14, 2009

Check this out: RockerFreak, someone I don’t know, as best I can figure out, has added me to their list of Favourite Punk Rock Bands 🙂

Pontiac Beaumont

July 5, 2009

Here’s my latest tune. This is for my nephew Joey’s 16th birthday. He bought himself a 1969 Pontiac Beaumont and I wrote him this song – kind of like one of those t-shirts that say my parents went to Florida and all I got was this lousy t-shirt. We also got him some cool Betty […]

Corduroy Does Best Motorhead Cover Ever

July 3, 2009

I’ve been thinking of doing some cover songs for a while and I just happened to come across a classic! Listen to this fine acid jazz rendition of Motorhead by Corduroy! I’m liking the Grooveshark 🙂 Now I just have to decide if I can accept cover songs into my 50 song challenge…

Beethoven’s Wig – Classics for Kids

July 2, 2009

We went camping with my Dad and he brought this CD from his library called Beethoven’s Wig. Genevieve loves it. I think it’s a pretty clever way to teach kids about classical music and composers in a fun way – check out the title track. Here’s the complete details on the Beethoven’s Wig CD we […]