Tag: late model humans

  • New York City

    I wrote this song when I had only lived in New York City for a couple of years. I was already deeply in love with the place. I’ll be performing it this Friday, July 15 during my 8PM set at Exile Above 2A on the corner of 2nd Street and Avenue A in Manhattan. The […]

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  • Surrender

    I wrote this song in the lead-up to the latest war in Iraq. It felt strange to me that rather than being exhorted to war with rally cries we were being lulled with assurances we would be greeted as liberators in a quick and easy war. Now that bigotry and moral cowardice are back in […]

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  • The Little Things You Do

    I wrote and first recorded this song in 2009 with my band Late Model Humans and included on our Fallen Angels album. I’m very happy with that version as it shows off the talents of my bandmates nicely. It’s hard to believe that was six years ago. Apparently time flies even when you’re not having […]

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  • Eiffel Tower

    I wrote this song a couple decades ago and recorded it a few years ago with Late Model Humans. A recent trip to Paris has brought it back to the forefront of my memory. It’s been so long since I held you in my armsIt’s been so long since you held me in your heartAnd […]

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  • Remember, This Is Supposed To Be Fun

    This is a reggae-ish twist on the song Fun that I wrote and recorded with Late Model Humans last year for our album Ain’t No Good. Remember thisRemember thisRemember this is supposed to be fun Just ask any little boyLife is meant to be enjoyedAnd sometimes it makes sense to lose your mindTo be a […]

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