We played live in the studio on Martin Hodge’s Common Ground show on Phonic FM in Exeter. A good time was had by all. You can listen to the show here.
Here are a few outtakes from the show. Kind of low-fi, but good rhythm.
Here’s a waltz by the great Hank Williams, recorded live, one mic.
Here are two classic bluegrass tracks and a Scottish reel.
Another live, one-mic recording. Earl wrote this one, which explores Miltonic ideas of theodicy, classical references, and puns.
This is a waltz. It’s about a Blakean theophany in the early morning London exquisiteness, while all those City zombies were rushing to make money so they could . . . what? Even they didn’t know. Never lose your inspiration, folks.
Another Hank number done live, one mic; kind of a slow version. Features our bass player, Doug Kyle, on bass, vocals, AND harmonica.