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More Old Songs!

By , 26 July, 2010, 5 Comments

Part 2 of the Secret Music of Yesteryear!

I started messing around with a 4 track when I was 19 or so (a Yamaha MT1X). I probably used it for 10 years and even though I’m pretty useless with mechanical/electrical/real items, I got to where I could fix it when it broke – replace the bands and fix the gears or troubleshoot whatever.


After the Yamaha, I got a Roland VS-840 because I had started to write a very important musical that demanded new equipment. The musical, by the way, is called “The Pardon of Eden” and it’s about an island full of monks and nuns who are told that everyone on earth has perished in some apocalypse – and they have to decide whether to continue the human race, or stay true to their vows. Maybe I’ll post some of those songs in a later post, but it’s pretty embarassing. Eek.

Anyway, here are some more songs, recorded on the Roland, from 2002-2004.

Everything Has Got to Go!
[audio: http://radioghost.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/Everythinghasgottogo.mp3]
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Bombs Away
[audio: http://radioghost.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/bombsaway.mp3]
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Everything That I Do
[audio: http://radioghost.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/everthingthatido.mp3]
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On Your Own
[audio: http://radioghost.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/onyourown.mp3]
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Never Before Heard Music from My Old Days

By , 25 July, 2010, 1 Comment

Old Music, Part 1

I wanted to put some music at the end of the The Unreliable News video, and I had just stumbled on a folder of old songs, so I put one in, kind of at random (Noonday Sun, which is the first song below). A couple people have asked about this older music and I thought I’d post some of it.

These songs were done probably around 2003 on my digital 8 track. All of them were recorded just behind the glass of the upper window of the pictured green house (in Rumney, NH). I don’t think they’ve ever been heard by human ears. Which, in my mind, makes them the audio equivalent of copper ingots from the Franklin Mint.

Noonday Sun
[audio: http://radioghost.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/noondaysun.mp3]
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UFO to Me
[audio: http://radioghost.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/UFOtoME2.mp3]
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Roof Breaks
[audio: http://radioghost.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/roofbreaks.mp3]
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My Job My Heart
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