Messin’ With The Music Part 21 – ‘Mama Told Me Not To Come’

We’re back with another cover tune for our ‘Messin With The Music’ series. This time we did our take on the Three Dog Night song ‘Mama Told Me Not To Come’. The song was originally released on their 1970 album ‘It Ain’t Easy’. The song was written by Randy Newman and was first recorded byContinue reading “Messin’ With The Music Part 21 – ‘Mama Told Me Not To Come’”

‘Messin’ With The Music’ Part 20 – ‘Monkey Gone To Heaven’

It’s been a while since we worked on a cover for our Messin’ With The Music series. We’ve come back with the song ‘Monkey Gone To Heaven’ by Pixies. It was on their 1989 album ‘Doolittle’. One style that Pixies are known for is the ‘loud versus quiet’ dynamics included in a lot of theirContinue reading “‘Messin’ With The Music’ Part 20 – ‘Monkey Gone To Heaven’”

Lather Scream Moment Cover ‘Pretty Vacant’ by The Sex Pistols

It’s always fun to buy a new guitar. The excitement of having a new instrument and the possibilities it gives you for creating new sounds. How are the sonics? How is the playability? The crew from Lather Scream Moment called and said they have a new guitar and wondered if they could check out theContinue reading “Lather Scream Moment Cover ‘Pretty Vacant’ by The Sex Pistols”

From The Vault 5 – ERP Covers The Gun Club’s ‘Ghost On The Highway’

If you’ve been following our blog for any length of time you’re probably aware of my love of The Gun Club. Their combination of punk, blues, rockabilly and old time traditional country music just hit a perfect spot for me. I don’t know that I really have one ‘favorite album of all time’, but TheContinue reading “From The Vault 5 – ERP Covers The Gun Club’s ‘Ghost On The Highway’”

From The Vault 4 – ERP Covers Social Distortion’s ‘Dear Lover’

As I was searching through files and demos of older songs for the ‘From The Vault’ series, I came across this version we did of Social Distortion’s ‘Dear Lover’. This song was from their fifth album ‘White Light, White Heat, White Trash’ which was released in 1996. Social Distortion has been around for quite aContinue reading “From The Vault 4 – ERP Covers Social Distortion’s ‘Dear Lover’”