- our mutual misunderstanding, a nice descending minor ballad instrumental (10-29-06)
- another driving song, two acoustics strumming, tele in the middle, foot keeping the beat (10-19-06)
- krishna's put out, an instrumental with raga guitar, synth, and leslie (10-3-06)
- A short happy instrumental, 2 acoustic guitars and clav (9-30-06)
- Everything always works out that way , a short instrumental with ruvrey guitars (9-26-06).
- What you can't live without, Another Saturday Morning Pop Jam (9-16-06). 5 guitars comping away, synths, two drumkits.
- Rummy, a song (9-12-06)
- September sketch (9-2-06) the start of a nice song, minor key, alt-pop-countryish, was listening to World Party's great new cd/dvd set just before.
- New and improved (If You'd Go There Tomorrow) Why Don't You Go Today? (9-1-06).
- Why Don't You Go? (8-29-06) A pop song based on the previous track. 4-part vocals.
- A Temporary Stop to All Things (8-26-06) An anthem for the end of an era.
- Harvest Moon (8-16-06) (Neil Young) It's a hot August here in Dallas and the moon is melting away.
- Mister Shmutopia takes a Wizz (8-9-06) The title says it all. Synths & horns over a jam groove.
- Waiting (7-25-06) a 12-string interlude
- The Lost Day, opus 1 (7-10-06) , a little chamber music jam
- Pursuit of Happiness Soft Mix 2 (7-7-06), bigger horns, different guitar treatments.
- Pursuit of Happiness (7-4-06) Happy birthday A.
- Punk anthem (6-27-06) A new mix today. Better ending swell.
- Memorial Day Weekend Opening Raga (5-23-06 ) - yup, sitars, tablas, and a double-delayed lead with twin track a fifth up. Fire up the grill! too wild? here's a "drier" lead.
- Liquid Sweet Waterfall - First track done in Garageband after 6 years in Performer. For some reason this $19 app (part of iLife) is an instant songmaker - equal parts drum machine, sample library, multitrack recorder, mixer/masterer, and MIDI sequencer. Every time I sit down to it I get a good track. This one had actual variety in the drum loops, a goofy guitar break, and swell synth doodles.
- Jackola - Guitar riffs stacked on synth blips with alternating cool/hot sections. Another interesting fx intro.
- Down Here - A nice shambling combo with acoustic guitar rythym and an outtasight happy accident with a banjo sample break.
- Yes I Know - First use of canned piano chord progressions from the GB libraries, but works great with wailin' Les Paul/marshall lead over the top.
- Number 5 - Dual 12-string guitars for rythym, a swell poppin' bassline and strings on the sinking chorus. Garageband really makes doing the basslines DI easy.
- Someday - Quick cover of a new ballad from Jan 06. All real, no samples.
- Number 7 - Uptempo crunchy acoustic rocker with a software guitar setting on a dry electric lead. Who could tell the difference?
- #48 - Very happy dual acoustic guitar melody with a driving beat. The 3rd, electric guitar lead track was dropped.
- In a Mood - Interesting experiment with 2 Les Pauls into a Fender Deluxe, bass taking the melody lead. Lots of chiming in a low register - no loops on any guitar parts here.
- Hpop Diddle - Back to all real guitars. Les Paul on left and center, center guitar doing the bassline. Very nice sounding clean strat on the right, result of new micing technique.
- Little Elm - A strong acoustic rythym git plus blues and rock sections and synth leads and washes. Nice opening near the end.