Posts Tagged "Crier"

Periodical acoustic podcast: “All Along The Watchtower” (Bob Dylan/Jimi Hendrix) and “Pieces” by me

December 4th, 2009

So I finally have returned to my promise of two podcasts a week.  🙂  Not sure how long I’ll be able to keep it up, but it is how it is.

The songs this week are “All Along The Watchtower,” written by Bob Dylan, perfected by Jimi Hendrix (Yet another song I happen to be singing for Town Crier), and “Pieces” off of my Two Sides Of The Same Soul album.

Files:

podcast.0013-Jeremy Tharp-Pieces
podcast.0014-Bob Dylan-All Along The Watchtower

The usual — no editing, me on my acoustic, recorded on my Sony ICD-SX700 voice recorder.

Recordings from Town Crier 10-27-09 band practice now available

October 28th, 2009

Last week’s recordings have been replaced by this week’s.

Download the songs here: http://listapp.ciesurplus.com/jeremy_temp/

Remember, these will get deleted after we practice next week.

This week we practiced sets 3 and 4, and they are as follows (the original artist is in parentheses):

Set 3:

  • The Man (Town Crier)
  • Why Me (Delbert McClinton)
  • Smokin’ Gun (Robert Cray Band)
  • I’ll Be (Edwin McCain)
  • Ride Captain Ride (The Blues Image)
  • Higher (Creed)
  • Homesick (The Atlanta Rhythm Section)
  • One (U2)
  • Bad Boy (Beatles)

Set 4:

  • Foreverman (Eric Clapton)
  • I’m On My Way (The Proclaimers)
  • Remedy (Seether)
  • Heartbreaker (Grand Funk Railroad)
  • Can’t You See (Marshall Tucker Band)
  • I Know [Which Way] (Town Crier)
  • Past The Point Of Rescue (Hal Ketchum)
  • Wonderful Tonight (Eric Clapton)

We just started set 4, so there are two tracks still not recorded (track #8 “Kansas City” (Wilbert Harrison) and track #10 “Lightning Crashes” (Live).  Set 4 is very rough … so don’t judge!  😀

Recordings from Town Crier 10-20-09 band practice now available

October 21st, 2009

Last week’s recordings have been replaced by this week’s.

Download the songs here: http://listapp.ciesurplus.com/jeremy_temp/

Remember, these will get deleted after we practice next week.

This week we practiced sets 2 and 3, and they are as follows (the original artist is in parentheses):

Set 2:

  • Texas Flood (Stevie Ray Vaughan)
  • Something To Hold Onto (Jeff Healy Band)
  • Whiskey Rock And Roller (Lynyrd Skynyrd)
  • Rain (Town Crier)
  • Careless Whisper (George Michael, Seether)
  • Don’t Tear Me Up (Mick Jagger)
  • All Along The Watchtower (Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix)
  • Fortunate Son (Creedence Clearwater Revival)
  • Help Me Up (Eric Clapton)
  • Born To Be Wild (Steppenwolf)

Set 3:

  • The Man (Town Crier)
  • Why Me (Delbert McClinton)
  • Smokin’ Gun (Robert Cray Band)
  • I’ll Be (Edwin McCain)
  • Ride Captain Ride (The Blues Image)
  • Higher (Creed)
  • Homesick (The Atlanta Rhythm Section)
  • One (U2)
  • Bad Boy (Beatles)

(These are even less polished than usual … mostly because I was sick, but there is definitely some good stuff in here!)

Recordings from Town Crier 10-6-09 band practice now available

October 7th, 2009

I’ve decided to try recording my band (Town Crier) each week at practice and publishing MP3s.

These will be temporary — once I get a new batch each week, I’ll remove the old ones.

At any rate, this week’s recordings are currently up at http://listapp.ciesurplus.com/jeremy_temp/ and include:

  • Boni Maroni
  • Running Down A Dream
  • Unsigned Letter
  • Have You Ever Seen The Rain
  • Hot Number
  • Angel Eyes
  • What If I Came Knockin
  • Just Got Paid
  • Mr. Jones
  • Foreverman

Keep in mind of course that they’re practice recordings — there are mistakes, and there is no editing.  It’s just a live recording.  The whole idea is just to have new music to listen to.  Enjoy!

Periodical acoustic podcast: Remedy by Seether on acoustic

October 2nd, 2009

This week I chose to play Remedy by Seether.  We are playing this in Town Crier (my band), plus the song pretty much epitomizes modern rock.

File:  podcast.0003.Seether-Remedy

As usual, this is just me on my acoustic, in my studio, recorded on my Sony ICD-SX700 digital voice recorder, no modifications other than trimming at the beginning and end.