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RECORDINGS/DEMOS

Dinner with Jane Austen, John Keats, William Shakespeare, Toni Morrison - and my brilliant daughter. And interactions with Jim Morrison and the devil. Peter Hay on bass, second guitar, back-up vocal.

Recorded and mixed by Ethan Dussault at New Alliance Audio and mastered by Nick Zampiello at New Alliance East.

@2021 Tom Anderson

Song about possible witches in my DNA. Torryburn, Scotland, 1704. Disease, conspiracy theories and mass hysteria, echoes of 2020. Peter Hay on bass, back-up vocal. Recorded and mixed by Ethan Dussault at New Alliance Audio and mastered by Nick Zampiello at New Alliance East.@2021 Tom Anderson

Teen club, Hullaballoo, and teen angst in late 60s! Nuns, ghosts and astral cars. Peter Hay on bass, back-up vocal. 

Recorded and mixed by Ethan Dussault at New Alliance Audio and mastered by Nick Zampiello at New Alliance East.  @2021 Tom Anderson

Grab those hot sneakers while you can! And keep running.

 

Thanks to Ethan Mackler on Bass and Ariel Bernstein on Drums. Recorded and mixed by Ethan Dussault at New Alliance Audio and mastered by Nick Zampiello at New Alliance East.

 

©2020 Tom Anderson

About a brilliant singer/songwriter, Kathleen Edwards, who left singing for 8 years, and came back.

 

Thanks to Ethan Mackler on Bass and Ariel Bernstein on Drums. Recorded and mixed by Ethan Dussault at New Alliance Audio and mastered by Nick Zampiello at New Alliance East.

 

©2020 Tom Anderson

Black Stockings: about the rise and fall of a rock band from Brittany, France, in 1973, for Alain Massot,

 

Thanks to Ethan Mackler on Bass and Ariel Bernstein on Drums.Recorded and mixed by Ethan Dussault at New Alliance Audio and mastered by Nick Zampiello at New Alliance East.

 

©2019 Tom Anderson

On a bullet train from Kyoto to Tokyo in 1982 I ended up sitting with a Japanese rock band and having pudding and beer all the way to Tokyo. Their fans kept bringing gifts. Thanks to Ethan Mackler on Bass and Fabio Pirozollo on drums and Yulia Price on Violin. Recorded and mixed by Ethan Dussault at New Alliance Audio and mastered by Nick Zampiello at New Alliance East.

©2022 Tom Anderson

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1925 my mother won a "best baby" contest at priest's 50th Jubilee celebration in Boston with 30,000 Catholic Immigrants. Became more than that celebration. Thanks to Ethan Mackler on Bass and Fabio Pirozollo on drums and Yulia Price on Violin. Recorded and mixed by Ethan Dussault at New Alliance Audio and mastered by Nick Zampiello at New Alliance East.

©2022 Tom Anderson

MBTA Song! From South Station to Davis Square, with stops at the Iron Curtain, DMZ  and Taj Mahal. Thanks to Ethan Mackler on Bass and Fabio Pirozollo on drums and Yulia Price on Violin.Recorded and mixed by Ethan Dussault at New Alliance Audio and mastered by Nick Zampiello at New Alliance East.©2019 Tom Anderson

Saw a photo of a bombed out bar in Kiev, saw a photo of lovers parting at a train station, saw an email from CEO of Wix which I use for my websites, with 500 Ukrainians part of the Wix team. ©2022 Tom Anderson

New song. Unequal relationships. Pilgrims chanting, shadows writing, Mona Lisa saying: Love Begone! ©2022 Tom Anderson

For friends dealing with Love and Rejection in the pandemic age.

 

©2020 Tom Anderson

Did we really lose 2 years? Pandemic love. 

©2019 Tom Anderson

Helvetica Light is an easy to read font, with tall and narrow letters, that works well on almost every site.

 

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BIO

Was hopelessly lost

in the Catacombs

of St. Agnes in Rome.

Prayed to Bob Dylan

and the Ramones.

Heard Gregorian Chant,

early Stones, Jade Bird,

Julian Baker, Kathleen

Edwards, PJ Harvey.

Exposed bones shook!

 

The only way out, songs. A lover lit a lamp and I found my way, with vestiges, remnants. Am finally back on the streets of Boston, and loving the warm sun.

A wonderful singer/songwriter, and teacher, Danielle Angeloni, said my songs were "punk folk" which, well, yes! Thanks to all who have helped inspire, coach, record, accompany and encourage somewhat late blooming, including Catherine Capozzi, an extraordinary musician and teacher, and Tali Freed, the same.

Never imagined I'd be doing this: open mics, porch festivals, gigs, songwriting, studio work. 

Thanks for visiting, listening!

 

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