listening to "Phony" again Tom, so much emotion and originaly it makes me sick, you are awesome in everyway, you deserve world recognition.
Phony - haha what are you saying at the start of this song? it's funny :) love this old style! your voice is really unique.
I'm saying, "Hit me, hit me, hit me, band! Hit me, band! Go dog, go." A little nod to Alex Chilton, who was known to say that on his demos when he wanted the band to kick in. Thank you for your kind words! :-)
wow truly blown away by "Uppers And Downers" what a great song, amazing vocal performance. You got all the goods my friend.
Thank you, Albert! Although I wrote this song, the recording is by The Pants, a Rochester, NY band. (I played bass in this group and sang some of the songs). On this version, my friend Karl Olson sang the lead vocals and played rhythm guitar. I'm on bass and backing vocals. Greg Hassett is playing that super lead guitar, and also is on backing vocals. My late, dear friend Rick Kusminky is on the drums. We had a great little band for a while before I moved to California.
The Big Press tickled my ears! hahaha so cool to listen to the relaxing sounds :)
Thank you! :-) Very "elevator/dentist chair music", yes?
Hitting up a sixpack of your songs. Wow, this is really diverse! My current fav is For You, Pixie - an awesome piece.
Thank you so much! :-)
Great style! Really dig Pretty Little Hate Song.
Thank you!!! :-)
Crossing Alamo is a total blast!!!!Love the Zappa/Beefheart mood,this freedom/anarchy in songwriting.Love how it crosses pop-rock and experimentation.Puts a smile on my face!!!!!
Greatly appreciated, Vincent. You know how much I admire your music!
just had the time of my life listening to "Cough Syrup Shuffle" full of humor, and loving the jazz style music, original and captivating, a real talent you are Tom.
diggin "The Big Press" tonight. very progressive.. . great job ...!!!!.....BTS
Your music is amazing Tom....so diverse with your styles!! I love that blistering lead at the end of "Crossing Alamo" reminds me a little of Roger McGuinn on eight miles high...that Coltrane inspired stuff!! Amazing!! Cheers cobber
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