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  • I SAID MONKEYS AND THEIR POO

:165 Marbles

Is there anything we want to say about ‘Marbles’?

Ingram wants to say ‘I love you’.

Julian wishes to say nothing.

Stella says ‘January’s fields are green’.

 

Just like Gram.

 

laughter (in the tafter)

 

The Ingram also says ‘Spell green for Gram and do everything the wrong way, like jkhdfsgfkjdgajfhbdjkabskfhgjakwbfhjaewbvfkagvwgskjfd’.

January 27th, 2017|Ambient, Electronic, Improv, JGP, Kids, Long, Podcasts, SLP, studio, TIP|0 Comments
  • for real, I mean,

:055 flay

:055 flay – feat. SLP on vocals & percussion also feat. MLP on percussion. check out the robot action in the back half. word.

February 15th, 2009|Acoustic, Electronic, Kids, Podcasts, Short, SLP, song, studio|0 Comments
  • Open Up,

:034 Do You Even Give a Fig, Pig

oh my, well will you take a look at that

February 19th, 2008|Ambient, Electronic, Podcasts, SLP, studio|0 Comments
  • SAY

:033 PPO

magnanimus,

 

 

 

 

Indiana calls, it’s snowy, come home bebe

February 9th, 2008|Ambient, Electronic, Improv, Podcasts, SLP, studio|0 Comments
  • that's right

:024 Stinky Diapers, Stinky Poop (Libba)

in the beginning:

feat. SLP and LP. recorded on vacation in wrightsville beach, nc. >. thanks to the parsley fam for the house.

September 18th, 2007|Kids, Podcasts, SLP, studio|0 Comments

:021 Synapses on Overload

no comment.

July 14th, 2007|Ambient, Electronic, Podcasts, SLP, studio|0 Comments
  • love the hair

:020 Chanson pour la Mammon

<lead vox-SLP

piano- SLP + BP

produced at studilaroche>love song to a mother, by SLP>

July 11th, 2007|Improv, Podcasts, SLP, song, studio|0 Comments
  • Basement Jesus

:005 I’m Rude

Now we’re getting to the good stuff! I think I had recently acquired my grandfather’s spinet piano and was stoked to have a ‘real’ piano in my then-home studio in Decatur.

I was looking for Japanese syllables on the internet to construct the lead vocal for this chill tune, and found what I found, which, after much editing started sounding like English to my ear. Those are reel tape squiggles in the beginning, thanks to Bret Hartley for the use of his TEAC 3340s 1/4″ tape machine.

Indeed, I’m rude. Definitely inspired by the drums on ‘Seventeen Seconds’ by the Cure.

 

more or less original description:

= two days, 48 hours.

the first cycle: the beat, bass, keys, guitars and vocal stacks were recorded, written, arranged, et al.

second cycle: other voices, editing, more editing, more editing, sax-o-phone, hammond, holophoner and the mix were achieved.

yes, there are some hard edits in there. enjoy them. kind of reminds me of the big agency up in the blue sky.

let me know what you think. thank you. good bye.
piano solo by stella laroche.

July 11th, 2006|Acoustic, Electronic, Kids, Podcasts, SLP, song|0 Comments