I wrote I’m Still in Love With You in 1984. It was originally on a collection of songs called ‘Petty Tyrant’. In 1999 I attempted another version of the song, intended for my ‘A Matter of Time’ album, but for whatever reason didn’t include it. At that time, I was using Logic Audio on the PC. I’ve only recently figured out how to piece those tracks back together, and get them into my current day DAW Cubase. For the backing track of this live version, I used mostly the ’99 track, but tweaked, stripped, added beats, drums, guitar and keys. I then imported the Prophet 600 synth bass track from the ’84 version. I did four takes of the song last night adding live vocal and strat – two of which broke down halfway thru. This is a comp of take 2 and 4 – the complete takes.
Paul Kitchen | Petty Tyrant Live From the inSync Asylum 5-1-2020.
I wrote this song in 1984. Last time I played it was around 1988. It was inspired by Carlos Castaneda. But it sounds like Buddhist take on the ego to me know. Interesting.
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Paul Kitchen & Petty Tyrant 1988. My band of brothers back in the day.