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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Paul Kitchen | And We Dream | Live From the inSync Asylum Video

Paul Kitchen | And We Dream Live From the inSync Asylum. The 25th date on my ‘No Rhyme or Reason Tour’. I chose to do the title track from the 1993 album ‘And We Dream’. The lyrics are a bit different here, and more the way they were, prior to my changing them at the last minute for what is now the album track. 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.

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Paul Kitchen | Waiting to Fly Live From the inSync Asylum Video

Paul Kitchen | Waiting to Fly Live From the inSync Asylum. For the 19th date on my ‘No Rhyme or Reason Tour’, I chose to do this song from the ‘And We Dream’ album. In all honesty I had a hell of a time getting to something I could share, and after many takes this is what I came up with. My hair did not survive, as I apparently tried to pull it out.. I started with the 8 track tape recording, detected the tempo, and ended up keeping only one guitar track – my melody maker recorded in ‘1992 or so. I added keyboard bass and keys, as well as banging out the beat on my desk – my new Cajon! Also due to my issue with headphones, tinitus, vertigo and the rest, I had to just play along with the speakers. So as Elvis said, “let it bleed”. All in all, this is one of my favorite songs that I’ve written, and hopefully you will enjoy it.

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Paul Kitchen | Sign of the Times Live From the inSync Asylum

Paul Kitchen | Sign of the Times Live From the inSync Asylum. The 18th date on my ‘No Rhyme or Reason Tour’, and the first one since July 2020. This time around with a Northern flair from inSync Asylum Studio B. I wrote Sign of the Times in 1991, and it originally appeared on ‘And We Dream’. The past few years made the song feel fresh again and very pertinent. I also like playing it on an acoustic. So here you go. https://bit.ly/3EAYcFA

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Paul Kitchen | Trip Note: 1978-2018 Vol. 4 Out Today

My new album Trip Note: 1978-2018 Vol. 4 is out today. Volume 4 Starts where Volume 3 left off, focusing on the albums ‘And We Dream‘, ‘A Matter of Time‘, ‘Living with Fiction‘ and ‘Blue Tattoo‘. Trip Note ended up taking me 7 years to curate, and 40 years to record. The four-album set features 66 tracks and over 5 hours of unreleased music. I think there is some good stuff in there, and hope you check it out. https://bit.ly/3xBMG92 

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Paul Kitchen | Sign of the Times (Acoustic)

Paul Kitchen | Sign of the Times (Acoustic) was recorded in 2007 and first appeared on the album ‘And We Dream’ in 1993. I could have written it yesterday – clearly about finding the truth somewhere ‘in between the lines’. At the time I had the intent to record my first all acoustic album, and for the first time ever had learned to play a handful of my songs. Several of those recordings are showing up for the first time now. Taken from the upcoming album Trip Note 1978-2018 Vol. 4. #NewSong #OldSong #NewMusic #NewMusicFriday #paulkitchen #acoustic #soloacoustic #taylorguitars #tripnote #signofthetimes #inbetweenthelines http://bit.ly/2VHi9W5

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