Paul Kitchen | When I Fall Apart | Live From the inSync Asylum Video

Paul Kitchen | When I Fall Apart Live From the inSync Asylum. The 27th date on my ‘No Rhyme or Reason Tour’. I chose to do When I Fall Apart, originally from the 1987 album ‘No Poetry Allowed’, and later from ‘A Matter of Time’ – the guy in the video has the year wrong!. The song was written under the influence, and that’s all I’m going to say – but it’s a cool song, and one of those you have no idea where it came from. 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.

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Paul Kitchen | You’re Still My Baby Tonight | Live From the inSync Asylum Video

Paul Kitchen | You’re Still My Baby Tonight Live From the inSync Asylum. The 26th date on my ‘No Rhyme or Reason Tour’. I chose to do You’re Still My Baby Tonight, originally from the 1993 album ‘And We Dream’, and later from ‘A Matter of Time’. Written during the the first gulf war, desert storm. It’s a tough song to sing for me, and one of the more emotional songs I’ve written. 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.

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Paul Kitchen | Just a Matter of Time | Live From the inSync Asylum Video

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.

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Paul Kitchen | Some of Shelly’s Blues | Live From the inSync Asylum Video

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.

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Paul Kitchen | Spin | Live From the inSync Asylum Video

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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Paul Kitchen | Sign of the Times Live From the inSync Asylum

Paul Kitchen | Sign of the Times Live From the inSync Asylum. The 18th date on my ‘No Rhyme or Reason Tour’, and the first one since July 2020. This time around with a Northern flair from inSync Asylum Studio B. I wrote Sign of the Times in 1991, and it originally appeared on ‘And We Dream’. The past few years made the song feel fresh again and very pertinent. I also like playing it on an acoustic. So here you go. https://bit.ly/3EAYcFA

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Podcast Episode 22. Paul Kitchen | Live from the InSync Asylum

New Music Update & Carlos Castaneda. Episode 22 of Live from the InSync Asylum!

Welcome to Episode 22 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 a new track from the upcoming album Trip Note: 1978-2018 Vol. 3 as well as tracks inspired by Carlos Castaneda.  Check it out…

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Put Your Love in My Hands Video

New Single out today. Put Your Love in My Hands was written and recorded in 1993 and originally released on the ‘And We Dream’ album. When I first gave that album out to my friends way back when, this was the version on the album. When I remastered the album and put it out to the streaming sites years later, I put another version of the song on there. Like many of the tracks on And We Dream, I cannot remix those songs. At the time I was using my Tascam 38 8 Track connected to a sequencer via SMTPE time code. I have the audio from back then, but not the sequencer tracks – where they went I don’t know. Taken from the upcoming album Trip Note 1978-2018 Vol. 3. I hope you like it. #NewSingle #NewMusic #NewMusicFriday #paulkitchen #tripnote #putyourloveinmyhands https://bit.ly/3eZ6rzX

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