Almost all the music that I have posted was recorded with my old band The Dubious Capture which features John Bryan on Guitar, Mark Stevenson on drums, and me on bass and keyboards. I wrote most of the songs over a span of about 20 years and in 2013 this line up brought them to life. The band also came up with a few collaborative numbers which either made it on this cd, or have been floating around in the "can" for a while. I put a few of the "canned" tunes on Drooble as well. The band went its separate ways a little over a year ago, but our music lives on. The non "Dubious" cuts are musings and cuttings from my home studio. Thanks for giving them a listen.
The overture to living life.
Today, a new band.
A stiff drink and a dream.
Teacher-Jethro Tull. Although it was other bands of the time that really peaked my interest in Music. Zappa, Return to Forever, Robin Trower, Santana, to name a few.
Level 42, Wojtek Pilichowski, King's X, Scott Kinsey, Human Element, Ranjit Barot, Gary Willis, Rush, Slawek Semeniuk, Marcus Miller, Alain Caron, Slaughterhouse 3, Morphine, Stanley Clarke, Chic Corea, Matt Garrison, Jean-Luc Ponty, Ralphe Armstrong, Mark King, Geddy Lee, Bryan Beller, The Aristocrats, Etienne Mbappe, Coltrane, Miles Davis, Pino Palladino, Rocco Prestia, Oingo Boingo, Wayne Krantz, Garaj Mahal, Porcupine Tree...
The pursuit of the groove.
Message? Message? No message.
Happy and rather sweaty.
Through rose colored glasses, I'm afraid. Well, these rap artists could stop with all the glorification of violence for starters. Don't mind the booty shaking though.
Interesting. Confusing. Enlightening.
Not as much as I would like to.
Talent. Groove. Hook. Platform.
Slawek Semeniuk, Wayne Krantz, Uncle Moe's Space Ranch, Slaughterhouse 3, Garaj Mahal, Human Element, Marbin, Audric Jankauskaus, Wojtek Pilichowski Band.