New double album out Dec. 7th. Check out the new single. Download or stream now https://bit.ly/36yHiI6 #paulkitchen #youdefinemystery #definemystery #potshots #newmusic #newsong #newsingle #bandcamp #itunesmusic #gibsonguitars #melodymaker
The ancient Chinese consider Friday the 13th to be lucky. With that, I’m releasing a new single from my upcoming double album, out Dec. 7th. This is a special album to me. Something I’ve been working on for a number of years. A reimagining of some of my best ‘unreleased’ music, from what I now understand to be my prime. Check this track out – the basic track was recorded in early 1988, with overdubs from 2014, 2018 and 2020. I’ll explain the technicalities as we get closer to the album coming out. Let me know what you think….
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
Google Play: http://bit.ly/2Kzdcf6
New Music and a New Podcast. Episode 11 of Live from the InSync Asylum!
Welcome to Episode 11 of my podcast. Let me take you on a tour of 40 years of words and music, Live from the InSync Asylum. Featuring rare and unreleased music as well as live performances. This episode includes an unreleased track from Trip Note, recent releases, and a tribute to Skip Groff of Yesterday & Today Records. Also included are tracks from Wheelhouse, Living with Fiction, A Matter of Time and the stories behind them. Music not available anywhere else! Follow me on Spotify!
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Hope you enjoy it,
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
Google Play: https://bit.ly/2WIVs32
I’ve been busy working on several projects simultaneously, and thought it was time to start releasing some stuff. With my current plan to release 6 albums worth of material, and 4 or more singles this year, I felt I better get to it. First off is a remix of When You Tell Me You Love Me, first released last year on Blue Tattoo. This is also currently the last track on album 6, for those keeping score. It’s pretty much the same performance from last year, with a lot of stuff removed. I did add some cajon and one shots, as well as a couple new tracks near the end of the song. I like it and currently prefer it to the album version, and hope you do too. Thanks for supporting Independent music, and please download and share it if you like it!
All the best,
Google Play: https://bit.ly/2Dgkb7g
I put this out for the first time the day after Prince passed, two years ago. After his estate had it removed from a couple streaming outlets, I took it down. Today I put it back up – let’s see if it sticks this time… Recorded a little short of 34 years ago in late 1984, on half-inch 8 track tape. I’d love to take that Oberheim DX drum machine out, but its in there. I guess it’s a vintage sound now. Only five minute guitar solo I’ve ever put on tape…Started to remix it recently, but decided to leave it alone.
Google Play: https://goo.gl/Vit45t
This past January, I released the And We Dream remaster. I decided not to license and include the three covers originally recorded for that album. One of those covers was It Ain’t No Use, which I had heard on Gregg Allman’s ‘Playing Up A Storm’ album released in 1977. The song was written by Bernie Baum, Bill Giant, and Florence Kaye. I wanted to remix the track, to include the drums keys and strings the original mix had, but was unable to (which I explained here when I released the remaster). But I was able to do a remix using just the analog 8 tracks that I transferred a few years back. So here you have a very stripped down version. I hope you enjoy it.
I loved Gregg Allman’s music from the moment I first heard the Allman Brothers Band. Some of the first songs we ever jammed on in high school were Allman Brothers songs. This was originally recorded as a tribute to him on Feb. 12, 1992. Thought this a good time to share it, as he passed away last weekend.
Google Play: https://goo.gl/kPx5Uf
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