Paul Kitchen | Just a Matter of Time Live From the inSync Asylum. The 23rd date on my ‘No Rhyme or Reason Tour’. I wrote this song when I was 25. It was heavier than I remember, singing it nearly 40 years later. Originally from a collection of songs from 1983 titled ‘Common Ground’. As on the other videos from this series, i did the take sans headphones or monitoring the guitar, which contributes to the rather somber mood – exactly what I wanted it turns out.
Paul Kitchen | Some of Shelly’s Blues Live From the inSync Asylum. For the 22nd date on my ‘No Rhyme or Reason Tour’, I chose to do ‘Some of Shelly’s Blues’ – a song written by Michael Nesmith, who passed away a couple days ago. I was a long time fan, and this is from one of my favorite albums of his – ‘Pretty Much Your Standard Ranch Stash’. This was definitely a spur of the moment thing for me – I downloaded a lyric/tab sheet off the web, and didn’t bother to listen to his version first. I see a couple things i did wrong now, but the vibe is there. Hope you like it. RIP Michael Nesmith.
Paul Kitchen | End of the Line Live From the inSync Asylum. For the 21st date on my ‘No Rhyme or Reason Tour’, I chose to do another song from the ‘Lost in Babylon’ album. Written in 1989. Once again I recorded the song without monitoring the guitar or vocals, with no headphones. Interesting to do it that way, but i have to listen carefully. Interesting side note: I bought this IYV guitar a couple weeks ago from the Amazon warehouse for $125 I think. Someone had returned it, supposedly scratched up. I tuned it up and started playing it – nothing else. So far so good.
Saw the posts this morning, reminding me that it has been 20 years since George Harrison’s passing. it reminded me of this video, which I noticed was a little out of sync. In March 2020 I took Dhani Harrison and Olivia Harrison up on the Inner Light Challenge . This a quickie, but a slightly different spin on a cool George Harrison song by The Beatles. It was also the very early days of Covid-19. What do you think?
Paul Kitchen | Spin Live From the inSync Asylum. For the 20th date on my ‘No Rhyme or Reason Tour’, I chose to do this song from the ‘Lost in Babylon‘ album. My PC struggles with recording two webcams and a Cubase session all at the same time. So, to conserve resources I didn’t monitor the guitar, just hearing my voice and the IYV Guitar in the room – monitors, no headphones. Interesting to hear it later when run thru my processing. This has always been a special song to me. So cool to be playing it for the first time in over 30 years. Hope you like it. https://bit.ly/3p6UD3y
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