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Prelude

A jazzy instrumental. One of my first attempts when I took up music again in 2010

Price Tag

I know, this one got played to death when it first came out in 2011 - but rightly so. It was an anthem that Summer. It's long overdue for revisiting those happy memories,

Pussy Riot

This track is for every musician who has done something dumb - like those Russian girls!

Put it Where You Want It

Classic Crusaders groove. Great (and uncomplicated) to play over. Also features my vocal debut!

Rainforest

No guitar on this one, well minimal. I thought it evocative of a Rainforest, hence the title.

Rather Be

My version of the 2014 hit by Clean Bandit

Red Baron

This was one of the breakout track when the album Red Baron was first released. Of course that had the late Tommy Bolin on, and Jan Hammer. It's a popular track to cover.

Reelin' In The Years

Michael Herndon (Moody Mo) and I have already done one version of this so we thought why not do an acoustic version too! This time I sing vocals on the verse and Michael does those cool harmonies on the chorus. Steely Dan Trivia... This song is about recalling times with a girlfriend and a romantic breakup. It's one of the most popular Steely Dan songs, but also one of their least favorite. In Rolling Stone, September 17, 2009, Donald Fagan said, "It's dumb but effective." Walter Becker added, "It's no fun."

Relentless (album)

An album of guitar mayhem Featuring Mwah, Relentless, 3rd Stone, Dubstep blues, F-Bomb and more...

Relentless (track)

Industrial grade rocker with 3 drum tracks!

Revelation

A gospel style groove by my fave band to listen to, Yellowjackets.

Rio Samba

Rio Samba is one of Larry Carlton's seminal tracks. It was track number five on his first solo album and remains a firm favorite in his live sets.

Rock with You

The classic MJ track from the Off The Wall Album

Rockit

The classic Herbie Hancock track that invented Hip Hop!

Room 335

Room 335 is Larry's seminal track. It was track 1 on his first solo album. It remains a firm favorite in his live sets.

Ruby Baby

Not strictly a Steely Dan Track this is from Donald Fagen's Nightfly album. It's as close as he gets to classic Steely tracks. I always thought Fagen wrote it but it is actually a cover they did of a Liber Stoller song. They know a good song when they see one. My approach is to jump genres with the beats; there's Dubstep and Disco there! Some horns and a clavinet bassline later and - Voila! It was actually written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, not Fagen. It was originally recorded by The Drifters. Their version was released on a single by Atlantic Records in 195

Schooldays

Schooldays - the best days of your life!

Second Strings (album)

A collection of smooth jazz tracks. I was getting more confident on keys by the time I recorded this, which is why I feature more keys!

September

the classic Earth, Wind & Fire track. Written by Allee Willis/Maurice White/McKay It's the first of two versions I have of this track. It's not much like the original but worth a listen.

September (2015)

New version of the classic Earth, Wind & Fire track. It's a lot more like the original. LATEST OF 2 VERSIONS
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