This one went down pretty easily. I wrote in alternate tuning (Nick Drake’s “Pink Moon” tuning: CGCFCE), and I believe I used the Guild D4. Single guitar pass and vocal, one take for each, with a fix or two. Rich […]
This song had it’s start under bogus circumstances. Learned through the Grapevine that LeeAnn Rimes was looking for material. At that time I was still toying with the idea of expanding my craft to write for other artists. I thought […]
Guilty pleasure: I am a fan of the BIG DUMB ROCK. True, I love smart writers and smart music, Aimee Mann is it in my book, Leonard Cohen, Red House Painters, John Prine, Me’Shell Ndegeocello, Nick Drake get lots of […]
This was the first track we recorded. We worked at Rich’s apt in Hollywood. It was a while ago so details are a bit sketchy. I had been overworking the song, playing it in a folky, Roger McGuinn-like, Byrdsy drawl. […]
WEREWOLF ON MY NIGHTSTAND © 2009 Words & Music by Chuck Lee Bramlet There’s a Werewolf on my night stand He watches over me I bought him for a dollar The dread I got for free I painted him with […]
EYES OF A KILLER © 2002 Words & Music by Chuck Lee Bramlet Red winged blackbirds sitting on a fence Both of ‘em talking just one making sense Can’t see ahead through the delta fog Sacramento river’s deep and long […]
I’ve recorded this album 4 times, hence the title. Not all songs that are present in the final, but most. After Murder of Crows in 2004, I kept recording original stuff at home, but tracks were either too raw, too […]
Finishing up this album. Long time coming, and a lot of sacrifices. Kind of hard at this point to let it go. This is the third solo album, and the first with an outside producer. The fact that he was […]
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