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Hank49 - Original words and music in a variety of styles including Americana, Country, Folk, Blues, Indie, and Rock. Facebook mirror: http://www.faceboo
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Peak in sub-genre #13
"Built for Comfort", recorded by Willie Dixon, Howlin' Wolf, and more. Roll with it. "I'm built for comfort, I ain't built for speed." A little experiment tonight, recording of the cuff practice takes on the multi-track, microphones rearranged so
Peak in sub-genre #19
Another newer live take of my original from the "Plain And Simple" jam of September 24, 2016 with me on acoustic guitar and main vocals, Robert Darlington on acoustic guitar, Ronald Clark on bass and Dakini on percussion.
A second pass at this great John Hiatt cover. From our "Roughnecks" jam session of February 4, 2016. Michael Redding: Guitar and main vocals Robert Darlington: Guitar and second vocals Geoffrey Welchman: Bass Dakini Keene: Percussion
7 tracks - all me. Johnathan Byrd and Diana Jones' great song.
Peak in sub-genre #30
Three solo tracks off the cuff in 25 minutes, testing the new gear, trying to get used to it. Great song by Shawn Colvin and Steve Earle - precious lyrics - my humble privilege.
Peak position #61
Memphis Slim's "MOTHER EARTH". Michael Redding: Electric guitar and vocals Robert Darlington: Electric lead guitar John O'Hara: Acoustic guitar and harp Geoffrey Welchman: Bass Dakini Keene: Percussion
Solo cover of Dylan's classic.
Peak in sub-genre #23
Brand new original song (BMI) as of early August, 2016. Just me and acoustic guitar. RUNNING AWAY FROM HOME 'Hope you like it.
Peak in sub-genre #28
A new original for Mother's Day, 2016. Just me doing vocal and guitar on a single take.
Hey There Mandy (BMI) Brand new as of February 23, 2016 - for all massage therapists and anyone else who actually physically touches other humans, especially strangers (or various critters) with intent to heal. Rough Solo Demo - just me and acoustic
Peak position #78
Peak in sub-genre #30
From February of 2011.
My neighbor is an older man than this old man, and he is near his end. With help he has moved back into his own home next door now, and I am reminded of this song I wrote about him close to seven years ago now, about his life and our interaction as n
Peak position #67
Remastered mix! Written during the heady and optimistic days of the Arab Spring and Occupy USA. Will it be love or murder, the song asks. We marched for love, but we got murder.
Peak in sub-genre #53
My song The Machine, based on the "studio big production" version's tracks, but completely remixed with new lead by Robert Darlington.