Dec 07 2006
I have posts all through this blog that point to and discuss various recordings I’ve made. I thought it might be useful to maintain a master list of direct links here, just in case one might be looking for things to listen to, rather than reading my blatherings and what-not. FYI, all of these tracks were written, performed, and recorded by me except as noted.
69 Bottles – My contribution to an aborted compilation project
All Is Light – Live semi-improvised solo vocal looping performance
Already Home – A studio performance by Poor Old Joe of a song I dreamed
Amanda’s Rap – A ‘gift’ rap for the daughter of a friend’s friend. She was very ill and, based on info I got from her dad, I created this for her. Hopefully it made her smile.
An Odor of Quietness – An electronic composition
Artificial Earth – A rhumba. Everybody dance!
Balcony Puzzles – The band Quiverfish, written by Chase Frank, with me on bass. Recorded live. This song RAWKS!
Bleep Buzz Ah – An electronic composition
Blues for Balah – A bittersweet multitrack rumination
CO2 – Live performance by Blue Dot of a song with lyrics by me.
Columner Filtration Pipette – Can anyone say “Bass Solo?”
Come To Me – A prayer in song
Craniundulant – Part 1 – Excerpts from a 5 hour performance
Craniundulant – Part 2 – Excerpts from a 6 hour performance
Disguise – Blue Dot, with me on bass
Dream Day – A feeling I had once
Entropic Constellation – A blessedly brief choral piece, rejected by the producers of the compilation project
Embogged – A collaboration with Carl F Off of Refrigerator Mothers
Escape Velocity – Saturated lap steel guitar pushing beyond all reason
Figure It Out – A loving tribute to an ex-band mate (Guitar help by Mike Weber (not the subject of the song))
Golden Mean – Studio performance by Blue Dot of a song I wrote (me on bass)
Grace – My contribution to a compilation project called Sloppy Seconds (17:39)
Hell – Created, but unused, with raw material from SMGSAP as a soundscape for a play
Hide Not Your Heart – One of many ‘gift’ songs I wrote and recorded for friends
Happy Song Variation – Wonderful multi-track recording featuring the guitar stylings of Mike Weber
How Fortunate We Are – Another ‘gift’ song, one for the holiday season
I Have A Song – A ‘gift’ song for my step-daughter, on her 8th birthday
In The End – Not a finished production, just a concept sketch. I really like the melody, though.
Into The Mountains – One of my early home-produced multi-track pieces
Judicious Apparitions – Whispers in the Dark
Lap Steel Tap Dance – Non-traditional tuning, and playing technique, on my Indy Rail lap steel guitar
Music for Trombone and Voice – Created, but unused, as a heavenly soundscape for a play
On Earth Through Visions – An exploration of a guitar fingering pattern
Six Dreams Divided – Remix of a track by the experimental improv Christian band, Create(!)
Sky Fall – An impressionist song made from fragments
Tilting At Windmills – Blue Dot, with me on bass
The Cost – Studio performance by Poor Old Joe of a song by me
The Dream Machine – Live solo performance @ the now defunct Sipology
The Meditative Madness of Winter – Live board recording of a May 15th performance of Ain Soph Aur, with special guest Deer Tear (aka Nial Morgan). [Note: This is a large file]
The Quality of Volition – Live room recording of an April 5th performance of Ain Soph Aur with special guest Hermit the Flog (aka Catastrophic Mermaids on Parade) at Thee Dung Mummy 5th Anniversary Experimental Music Festival
The Second State – Live at Sipology 100210 (In conjunction with the gallery reception for SoundWalk’s 6 Year Retrospective)
- Part 1: Jeremy Morelock + Sander Roscoe Wolff
- Part 2: Sumako
- Part 3: Mike Weber + Jeremy Morelock + Sander Roscoe Wolff
- Part 5: Sander Roscoe Wolff
Toward The Opposite Center – A blessedly brief contribution to a compilation project
Who Knew – An odd little song featuring mostly Lap Steel, with the solo played on the Gretsch