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Black Hole Sun - 3string version

A rough take of a 3string instrumental approach to Soundgarden's classic "Black Hole Sun".

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Things That You Need

Rough sketch. Short original snippet. Needs home. Dramatic repeat/fade ending preferred.

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Trysted / I Sold Ye

Rough sketch. Alternating motifs. Original. Incomplete. Unclean.

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Like Tragedy, but Pointless

Rough sketch. Original snippet. An emotionless funerial procession moving in reverse, pulling the celebrant out of the ground and carrying him solemnly to his home, where he will awaken old and sickly but soon he will begin growing younger, less wise, and slowly forgetting all his skills and abilities. In distant lands, people live their lives in the other direction - that sounds backward to you and me - but no one can tell which is sadder.

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Open Water - 3string version

A 3string arrangement, with vocals, of the hypnotic song by Thrice. Still rough but sounds neat with the flangy echo effect, no?

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Wheel in a Wheel

Rough sketch. Original 3string song. Generic rock athem. Needs a rhythm section.

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Don't Really Know

Rough sketch. Original Garage Rock Classic ;-)

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My Right A.R.M.

An interpretation of the haunting piece by the incomparable Alison Moyet. Arranged, performed and engineered by Tod Foley, aka "Nancy Meathook".

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Real Life

A poppy little rocker about the realities of growing up and growing down. Written, performed and mixed by Tod Foley.

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Miranda - 3string version

A rough unaccompanied 3string interpretation of "Miranda, That Ghost Just Isn't Holy Anymore" (The Mars Volta)...

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Burning Beard - 3string version

A 3string instrumental interpretation of "Burning Beard" (Clutch). This is a work in progress - I think I added a couple 16ths in there - but hey - this song is hard!

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Internet Success Story

Inspired by the death-throes of the music industry as we know it, this song explores the hopes and fears of the digital artist in the age of plug-in media content. Running Time: 3 min 22 sec. Instrumentation: Ovation Acoustic Guitars, Shure Microphones, and way too much reverb. Written, performed and digitally mixed by Tod Foley.

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