An old, old folk song – first recorded in 1909. Covered by the likes of Pete Seeger, Bob Dylan, and Jeff Buckley over the years. My favorite version is from the soundtrack of Inside Llewyn Davis (which I haven’t seen) – beautiful harmonies by Oscar Isaac and Marcus Mumford. Here’s my attempt at beautiful harmonies by me and me.
This was supposed to be for our stake’s Easter Cantata, but a family funeral changed our plans. Here it is for YouTube. Happy Easter!
It’s Christmas Eve! For the past few years we have recorded a song – this time it’s We Three Kings, featuring The Melody Harp, a snare drum practice pad, bells, and the usual guitar.
John Mayer cover, featuring aloe vera –
This song has been stuck in my head since I first heard it in college. I love playing the descending bass line on the guitar and had intended to record a version with a melodica or accordion for the organ part. But it’s too beautiful to mess around with. So, here’s my take using a cheap Yamaha keyboard hooked up to GarageBand with the “Lighter Shade” midi organ sound.
If you are somehow not familiar with the amazing original, give it a listen: