“Can we see, what they don’t want us to see? Look at me. I’m somewhere in the middle. Of life forces, and the nuclear dream.” I wrote this song in 1982, inspired by the China Syndrome movie. This performance was recorded after the Chernobyl Disaster in 1988. Awful that it’s in the news again today. Full video on my YouTube channel. https://bit.ly/3lX9MTd https://bit.ly/3v3fdTD
New Music Update. Episode 25 of Live from the InSync Asylum!
Welcome to Episode 25 of my podcast. Let me take you on a tour of over 40 years of words and music, Live from the InSync Asylum. Featuring rare and unreleased music as well as live performances. This episode features tracks from the new album Black & Grey, Potshots From Over the Hill, Trip Note: 1978-2018 Vol. 3, and an unreleased song from 1982 that’s not available anywhere else. Check it out.
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Paul Kitchen | You’re Still My Baby Tonight 2022. From the album ‘Black & Grey’. I wrote this song over 30 years ago, and recorded this version on New Years day of this year. This is a reworking of the previously released version from the ‘A Matter of Time’ album in 2000. I’m disturbed that I finished this new video on the day Russia invaded Ukraine. My thoughts go out to all the people who will be affected by this war – by any war – on any side. But today I stand with the people of Ukraine in the face of Russia’s unprovoked attack. https://bit.ly/33Nj67q
I love this album, and am excited to share it with you. Black & Grey | Live From the inSync Asylum Vol. 2 is unlike anything I’ve ever released. I revisited 10 songs written over the length of my career that are of a mood, and recorded them live in a stripped down setting. I wanted a laid back record, and I think I got one. All of the songs were recorded sans headphones, with no monitoring of the live vocal and guitar – just letting it bleed as Elvis would say. That in itself contributed to the mood, as what I was hearing from the studio monitors could not drown out the guitars. Thanks to the many wonderful audio tools at my disposal, I was able to rein the recording in, and the finished product sustains the mood from start to finish and doesn’t sound half bad. I hope you check it out, and please let me know if you enjoy it!
if you’d like to watch the recording of the individual tracks, you can find them in the video section of my site.
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
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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