Posts Tagged "Sides"

“Hope (The Nightmare)” – Weekly Podcast Episode 16

April 30th, 2010

This week’s podcast is the pseudo-countryish-rap ditty from my Two Sides Of The Same Soul album called “Hope (The Nightmare).”  It’s a catchy tune, but overall, quite simple.  The subject matter is sacrificing to get what you want even given that constant, nagging caveat that nothing is for certain.

You will also notice this is my first week back to the acoustic in a while.  It is a Yamaha APX-500 thin profile E/A cutaway, and I really like it.  You’ll also notice the audio quality sucks.  That is because I accidentally deleted the file from my voice recorder, so I had no choice (unless I rerecorded the whole thing).  I think it is still tolerable though.

Direct link to video on YouTube:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SAw_64UPvjQ

Weekly Acoustic Podcast Episode 10 – “All Along The Watchtower” and “Pieces”

March 19th, 2010

This week’s podcast consists of the great “All Along The Watchtower” by Bob Dylan, immortalized by Jimi Hendrix, and “Pieces,” one of my favorite tracks from my Two Sides Of The Same Soul album.  I sing Watchtower with my band, so this is an acoustic take on it.

Direct link (All Along The Watchtower): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xUVIhy7ds_s
Direct link (Pieces): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wgT2mftVZ2Y

Weekly Acoustic Podcast: Episode 6 – “Irrational”

February 19th, 2010

This week’s song is “Irrational” from my Two Sides Of The Same Soul album.  This is a pretty dramatically introspective song (go figure) with a general free form, and it’s one of my wife’s favorites.  🙂

Direct link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vHiUv2Ws6-w

Periodical acoustic podcast: Irrational by me on acoustic

October 30th, 2009

This week at the request of my wife, I played my own song “Irrational” from my Two Sides of the Same Soul album.

Files:  podcast.0007.Jeremy Tharp-Irrational

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.

JeremyTharp.com News Archive > December 28, 2005

December 28th, 2005

Lots of people are asking me about “Two Sides Of The Same Soul” and when it will be ready. Well, I just can’t settle on it. Honestly, I dislike about 85% of the lyrics just because they are mostly prose and way too open for my normal style. I like the fact that I’ve said what I’ve said, but the way I say it seems so contrary to my style.

Nonetheless, I hopefully will begin recording soon. Maybe that process will lead me in a direction more suitable to my style, even with the new kinds of lyrics. I’m in the mood to record newer versions of older songs, so I may post of few more of them soon. Also, check out my Audiostreet updates.

JeremyTharp.com News Archive > December 20, 2005

December 20th, 2005

I went ahead and made and uploaded demos of “Dissolve” and “Reflected” from my Two Sides of the Same Soul project. “Fall Away” is another new one, but it has too many vocal parts for me to make a one-man demo, so it’ll have to be a surprise in the final version … if I ever make it that far. 🙂

JeremyTharp.com News Archive > October 29, 2005

October 29th, 2005

I finally decided to split “Jeremy Tharp” into a two CD album, and I’ve renamed it “Two Sides of the Same Soul,” reusing a lyric from “Love is a Hole.” Also I have posted a new song for that album (no recording yet though) as well as a song for “Sneaky Whisper.”

Enjoy.