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 | 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
Life Forces. From the upcoming album Trip Note: 1978-2018 Vol. 2. Written 1982. Recorded Live, Direct to 2-Track, June – November 1988. Originally from my 1982 collection of songs Silent Tears, and inspired by the China Syndrome move. This performance recorded after the Chernobyl Disaster. #paulkitchen #yinandwack #lifeforces #chernobyl #chinasyndrome #tripnote #liverecording
Paul Kitchen | Crazy Wind Live From the inSync Asylum. The 17th date on my ‘No Rhyme or Reason Tour’. I wrote the song Crazy Wind 38 years ago. It was included on an early collection of songs of mine titled ‘Silent Tears’, which I finished in July of 1982. It took me a bit of time to figure out how to play this song now. The recordings from back then are in tune with themselves hopefully, but not so much my digital tuner today. If you want to hear the earlier recording, check out Episode 11 of my Podcast. For the backing track for this, there was nothing from the 1982 recording I could use, so I recorded Guitars, Keys, Drums and Percussion for this prior to doing the live take yesterday. It’s a quirky catchy tune – be sure you want it in your head before listening…