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play hi-fi  Autumn
play hi-fi  Spinning
play hi-fi  Garden Seduction
play hi-fi  Friendship
play hi-fi  Friendship (instrumental version)
play hi-fi  Love is a Hunger
play hi-fi  Son Song (from the heart...)
play hi-fi  Almost Winter (featuring Cameron Pierce)
play hi-fi  Be Still My Soul
play hi-fi  Quitting Time

The Objecks dabble in a wide variety of musical styles, from garage/psychedelic to acoustic folk to New Age to classically influenced pieces.

Band History:
Back in the sixties, on a visit to my grandmother’s house in New Orleans, my family stopped in Lake Charles to visit some of my cousins. One of my cousins, Mike, showed me his guitar and showed me how to play a few chords. I happened to have with me a little 3" reel-to-reel tape recorder that I used for recording songs off the radio. I had even written a few songs, although I had only written words, no melody. Mike played some chords, and I made up tunes to go with the words. We recorded a couple of my songs under the name “The Amatures.” (We purposely misspelled our band name… like the Beatles and the Byrds.)

(Original Amatures recording. One of only two copies made.)

When I got home (California at the time), I got a guitar and formed a band with a couple of my friends. We called ourselves the Objecks. We made up all kinds of musical instruments, trying our best to get psychedelic sounds. One song, for instance, included the sound of a toilet flushing. I invented an instrument called a wobblebob, which was a spring attached to a microphone. When you plucked the spring, it made a scratchy sound kinda like “wobblebob.” I also learned that if you put a piece of adhesive tape on one side of the capstan drive of my tape recorder, making it turn the recording tape unevenly, you could get some pretty weird sounds – kinda like “Wild Honey Pie” on the Beatles’ white album.

(1967 photo of the original Objecks, left to right:
John Holahan, Charlie Comberrel, and Jim Wallace.)

Now, almost forty years later, technology has provided the kind of equipment we could only have dreamed about in the sixties. We've resurrected the name “The Objecks” and have begun to record songs both old and new. Join us for a walk through our magical, musical childhood.
Your influences?
Yardbirds, Rolling Stones, Beatles, Byrds, Bob Dylan, Simon & Garfunkel, Lovin' Spoonful, Grateful Dead, Moody Blues, Gordon Lightfoot, Emmylou Harris, Kitaro, Ossian, François Couperin, Dan Bern, and many, many others.
Equipment used:
- Rickenbacker 360/12 (12-string electric)
- Epiphone Casino (6-string electric)
- Guild GAD-JF30 (6-string jumbo acoustic)
- Seagull S12+ (12-string acoustic)
- Hohner HC-30 classical guitar
- Warwick Corvette standard (5-string electric bass)
Sequencing software:
- Anvil Studio
- Tascam Pocketstudio 5
- Behringer B-1 microphone
- Roland GR-20 guitar synthesizer
- Digitech RP-100 effects box
- Hohner Blues Harps in various keys

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You may still follow my latest hair-brained and incomplete musical ideas on my new page:

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Some of the music I've been listening to lately:
Radio Objecks
Focus on Bass - (multi-part series)
AAA Top 50
Jimmy Cliff: Roots
Elizabethtown: The Hidden Playlists
Songs With Mellotron / Chamberlin - A History
It's a Psychobilly Freakout!
Joe Jackson: A Musical Pilgrimage

All of these playlists, and hundreds more, available at:
The Radish

Objecks songs available for podcast: