Self-taught musician & ethnomusicologist, Tom Tracy paints with sound.
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Imagine Ben Harper meets the Beatles. Or maybe Cat Stevens meets Jellyfish?
First song from "an acoustic evening" at CoffeeWorks in Voorhees, NJ Nov 10, 2011.
Peak position #5
Audio demonstration of the electric harp guitar.
Peak position #14
This is a mono audio demonstration of the TeleSitar - an electric sitar.
Peak position #18
Written in the style of James Taylor, in rememberance of 9-11. No overdubs on the Taylor guitar track.
Peak position #10
Peak position #4
A new take on the "if you live in a glass house, don't throw stones" concept.
Peak in sub-genre #13
Irish instramental, using cittern, synth and guitars. The entire song was created, recorded, and mixed in 1 hour.
Peak in sub-genre #22
Ruff mix - demo recording for band members to hear. Eventually, will go on a future recording.
Peak in sub-genre #47
Live concert performance Aug 10, 2005. Solo voice and Chinese Guzcheng. A song of praise.
Accapella - in the style of Ladysmith Black Mambazo. All voices are me.
Peak in sub-genre #41
Tongue in cheek lyrics, recorded with a classic George Martin-style mix.
Peak in sub-genre #8
Feeling alone, and seeking God's presence, this song is a crying out - like many of the Psalms.
Peak in sub-genre #48
What is the purpose of life? World mix arrangement featuring: Uilleann pipes, Cajun accordian, mbira, ukulele, guitar bass and drums.
Peak position #90
Demo version that was done quickly for musicians to learn the song. This is what was used for reference for the CD recording. I've heard that some like this bare bones version better, so it's here for your enjoyment.