these songs out for some samples of my playing.
One Day Closer
tune is the newest I've recorded (Labor Day weekend 2004). This
is a demo version of a song "One Day Closer", written
by Jimmy Stockstill. Actually Jimmy not only wrote it, but he
plays all instruments (except for drums) on the tune.
following two songs have just been added. They were "discovered"
by Bob, The Catch's great lead guitar player and songwriter. We
call them "Classic Catch". They were recorded back in
is a Bob Crerie original. It's a blast to play on drums and has
a nasty lead guitar part!
Different is a Bill Rose original.
It's one of my all-time favorite Catch tunes.
of the tunes following were done with The Catch, the best group
of guys anyone could ever play music with.
is a psychedelic rock tune written by my good old friend Bob Crerie.
It's an in your face guitar-fest, with special effects galore.
This was the last song we recorded on the night of our marathon
session that created the basis for the "Still Like to Rock
and Roll" CD. This is when I was tired, it was 2:00 in the
morning, but we pulled out all of the stops and created this monster.
That's Milton Bullock on Bass Guitar and Harmonies and Jimi Naccarato
on Keyboards and Harmonies.
Check is in the Mail
funky delight was written by another old friend, Milton Bullock.
Milton's forte was great arrangements and clever lyrics. This
one definitely kicks some ass with its funky beat, original lyrics,
nasty guitar, and naturally the nice drum part that Milton left
room for me to play. That's Bob Crerie on Guitar and Harmonies
and Jimi Naccarato on Keyboards and Harmonies.
jazzy one from Milton. Lots of fun putting this one together.
That's me on drums and triangle. Milton is on lead vocals, bass
guitar and claves. Bob is on guitars and Jimi throws together
the tasty keyboards.
Still Like to Rock.... and Roll
of the BEST rock songs you will EVER HEAR! High energy, great
guitar, fabulous keys, and keep an ear out for those background
harmonies! A Bob Crerie original, so you know it smokes!
you got to say is Yes
word every guy wants to hear from his girl! A Milton Bullock original
with a tip o' the hat to Little Feat, whose style greatly influenced
the sound of this tune.