"Back in the mid eighties, I wanted to write a song but I didn't know how. I was just doing John Prine and Neil Young covers. Then one night I was watching SCTV (Second City Television, remember that?) with the late, great John Candy. He walked…"
"The great Nashville songwriter, Chuck Cannon told me "nothin' takes the shine off of a new song better than writing another song". So this is the newest song that I need to take the shine off of cuz I'm really enjoying it. Prolly…"
I just listened to all the songs you have posted here and boy am I gald I found them. Great picking and clever writing. Maybe it's just me but I hear a little Leon Redbone there. I look forward to hearing more.
I just posted a song on Songwriters ( http://www.acousticguitarcommunity.com/group/songwriters/forum/topics/the-county-library-check-it ). I've had this one for awhile, but you inspired me to record/produce it this week, in my case in front of a "virtual live" studio audience.
Chris, you might want to post your copyright, etc. question in the new Group Leanne has started, Songwriting Business Resources. I know a little about copyrights, but not much about the other stuff, so I, too, hope some kind soul will provide some advice!
I've listend to your songs. They're great! As a dutchman, my sonds are dutch. And as a dutchman, I couldn't hear/understand all the words you sang.
Can you give me the lyrics of Spotless? I'll promise I'll make you a dutch translation.
Enjoy and good luck,