Welcome to Live From the Kitchen Table!

Welcome to Live From The Kitchen Table. I wanted to be able share my creative process and found there was a real beauty to the stripped down, spontaneous recordings I make on my iPhone and other hand held devices. The idea germinated when I was playing a friend some songs I had been working on and she suggested that I share them on my web page. I hope you enjoy hearing the intimacy and spontaneity of these low-fi recordings.

Here are some links to some recent recordings. Just click on the song title and enjoy!

Lines on the Wall Here is a song I wrote to my wife about life and seeing our son grow up. This is a rough mix, and a more polished recording should be done soon, but I wanted to share this relatively raw recording as part of my "Live From the Kitchen Table" series of stripped down songs.

Holes in My Shoes Here is a blues song I wrote years ago. I recorded it and shelved it because I wasn't ready for prime time. I was looking at some of my old songs and decided I really liked the groove on this one and decided to try a re-write. Here's what I came up with. 

Death Don't Have No Mercy This is a tune by Rev. Gary Davis. The first time I saw him do this song on YouTube I was blown away. Over the years I have played with different arrangements of this song I and feel like I may be onto something with this one. Let me know what you think.


Simple Twist of Fate Here is a nice version of Bob Dylan's "Simple Twist of Fate," one of my favorite songs of his. I started playing around with this arrangement a while ago, but it started taking shape a few months ago and I decided it was a perfect addition to my Live From the Kitchen Table series of stripped down songs. Enjoy!

Boogie Guitar Here is another song from the Kitchen Table series. It's just a little boogie boogie I was messing around with. Enjoy!

 

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Live From the Kitchen Table Podcast 003  

Here is the third podcast of Live From the Kitchen Table dedicated to my good friend David Ian Robins who passed away unexpectedly. In spite of feeling the sadness of his loss, I didn't want to dwell on the negative. He was one of the most positive people I have known and lived his life without regrets and purely on his own terms. Enjoy this podcast!
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