Paul Kitchen | It Can Happen to You | Live From the inSync Asylum

Paul Kitchen | It Can Happen to You Live From the inSync Asylum. The 29th date on my ‘No Rhyme or Reason Tour’. I chose to do It Can Happen to You, originally from the1982 collection of songs ‘Silent Tears’, and to-date unreleased. Pretty cool doing a song 40 years later. Like many older songs, I have no idea what was on my mind at the time. As on the other videos from this series, I did the take sans headphones or monitoring the guitar, which contributes to the stripped down mood. If you like it please share, and check out the studio versions on my website. https://bit.ly/3KXIt7s

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Paul Kitchen | Middle of Nowhere | Live From the inSync Asylum Video

Paul Kitchen | Middle of Nowhere Live From the inSync Asylum. The 28th date on my ‘No Rhyme or Reason Tour’. I chose to do Middle of Nowhere, originally from the 2015 album ‘Living with Fiction’ – one of my favorite albums! As on the other videos from this series, I did the take sans headphones or monitoring the guitar, which contributes to the stripped down mood. If you like it please share, and check out the studio versions on my website. https://bit.ly/3KrnARL

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Paul Kitchen | When I Fall Apart | Live From the inSync Asylum Video

Paul Kitchen | When I Fall Apart Live From the inSync Asylum. The 27th date on my ‘No Rhyme or Reason Tour’. I chose to do When I Fall Apart, originally from the 1987 album ‘No Poetry Allowed’, and later from ‘A Matter of Time’ – the guy in the video has the year wrong!. The song was written under the influence, and that’s all I’m going to say – but it’s a cool song, and one of those you have no idea where it came from. As on the other videos from this series, I did the take sans headphones or monitoring the guitar, which contributes to the stripped down mood. If you like it please share, and check out the studio versions on my website.

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Paul Kitchen | You’re Still My Baby Tonight | Live From the inSync Asylum Video

Paul Kitchen | You’re Still My Baby Tonight Live From the inSync Asylum. The 26th date on my ‘No Rhyme or Reason Tour’. I chose to do You’re Still My Baby Tonight, originally from the 1993 album ‘And We Dream’, and later from ‘A Matter of Time’. Written during the the first gulf war, desert storm. It’s a tough song to sing for me, and one of the more emotional songs I’ve written. As on the other videos from this series, I did the take sans headphones or monitoring the guitar, which contributes to the stripped down mood. If you like it please share, and check out the studio versions on my website.

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