New Album! Paul Kitchen | Live From the inSync Asylum: Volume 1. Watch the Trailer below, available the next full moon 8/3/20. Highlights from my recent ‘No Rhyme or Reason Tour’. It took over 40 years for me to write these songs. And it took a Pandemic for me to revisit them. I last played in a band in 1989. It took some time for my body to figure out what I was trying to do, and for me to figure out how to do it. The technology made it possible for me to perform live to some basic tracks recorded across a 36 year period. I left the mistakes in. Let me know what you think. Watch the whole album playlist here on my youtube channel https://bit.ly/2X3VkO1 Download the album here https://bit.ly/2P4qW1u
Two Live Performances and the new single In Trouble. Episode 14 of Live from the InSync Asylum!
Welcome to Episode 14 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 feature the new double single In Trouble, as well as a live performance of Put Your Love in My Hands and a performance of George Harrison’s Inner Light. Also included tracks from my recent album Magic Moon and Lost in Babylon, and the stories behind them. Music not available anywhere else!
Click here for the video of the live in studio performance of Put Your Love in My Hands. Click here to view The Inner Light video.
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Strange times indeed. After a conversation with an old friend the
other day who has contracted the Covid-19 virus, I decided to release
this double single In Trouble. My friend said the song came to him
during a feverish night. The first track will be on my upcoming album –
the 2014 version was slated for Trip Note, my 40 year retrospective.
Things change. I didn’t fret over this one – it was mixed and mastered
in a day and uploaded. Though it was written in 1983, It’s a song for
now I think. The 2014 version is actually a retread, and includes
pieces of the original 1983 eight track version. I hope to do a podcast
soon to share a bit more about that.
My new album Magic Moon is now available, and slowly showing up in stores. It’s my second covers album, and the follow up to Wheelhouse. I’ll write more about the album soon, but in the meantime check it out. If you like it, please download and share. thx PK
The second single from my upcoming album is now available. It’s one of my favorite songs by David Crosby. I was 11 years old when the first CSN album came out, and was already familiar with the Byrds hits that came before. I cut my teeth on these guys, and I think you can hear that in this track. It’s quite a bit different from the original, and takes the song in a different direction I think. Check out the CSN original and then take my version for a spin. If you like it, please download and share. thx PK
The first single from my upcoming album is now available. It’s my spin on a great recent John Mellencamp song, which stuck in my head. The arrangement is quite different from his, but to me, still sounds quite a bit like a Mellencamp tune. Let me know what you think. Please share it to your social media and with your friends, so we can see if it has any legs. And if you like it, please download. Thanks for supporting independent artists like myself… PK
Happy New Year. Here’s a quick update on what’s happening music wise. I have a pile of stuff I’ve been working on for quite a while, which will see the light of day in 2019. The first to be released will be two covers albums – one consisting of songs written by others (and the follow-up to Wheelhouse). The other is an album covering my songs (and the follow up to A Matter of Time).
Both of these albums are a by-product of my 40 year retrospective ‘Trip Note’. To be released later in the year, Trip Note currently consists of two double albums of music recorded between 1978 and 2018. Volumes 1 and 2 feature approximately 50 plus unreleased tracks.