I wrote this song during Desert Storm in 1991. This version is from my 2001 album ‘A Matter of Time’, and the video was originally released in 2007. This remaster improves video and audio quality, but the message remains the same. PK 5-27-19
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
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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,
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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.
The Live from the InSync Asylum Podcasts will resume with the release of new music. Till then…
I’ll release my August 2018 music update sometime early next year. But for now, here’s a quick video discussing the no longer upcoming Paul Kitchen album Blue Tattoo and other trivial things…
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