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Doubles or Nothing

by Subbourbon

Psychedelia blues instrumentals, played on harmonica, with 80's drum machines and synthesizer bass.
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. On the Rocks
2:10 $0.50
2. Delia's
Subbourbon-With Special Guest Tess of the Herbivores
2:58 $0.50
3. Doubles or Nothing
Subbourbon-With Special Guest the Microwave Popcorn Ensemble
2:02 $0.50
4. Up Periscope
Subbourbon With Captain Coma
2:39 $0.50
5. Ripple
Subbourbon With Curves Voisier
2:17 $0.50
6. Phil's Blues
Subbourbon With Sunbeam Tyger
2:26 $0.50
7. Silver and Turquoise
Subbourbon With Lavender Enema
2:08 $0.50
8. Cold Coffeee Warm Beer Blues
Subbourbon With Death Squad Nightmare Orchestra
2:44 $0.50
9. Old Men On Mopeds
Subbourbon and Chromesthesia
2:46 $0.50
10. Clam Warden Blues
Subbourbon and the Invasion of the Alien Cake Robots
3:43 $0.50
11. Bakin' a Cake
Subbourbon and Rainbow Jimmy
3:27 $0.50
12. Rings of Saturn
Subbourbon With Dhoozh
2:03 $0.50
13. Spirits
Subbourbon With Report Your Standing Water
2:40 $0.50
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Album Notes
On the Rocks: Punk rock, Hohner Crossover harp in the key of A, played in second position(key of E). The bridge is in first position (key of A

Delia's: a love song to a beloved beer store. Hohner Crossover harp in the key of A played in third postion (key of B Minor. The beat is a 6/8 Afro Cuban Bembe beat. There's some melodica that sounds like harmmonica--the first solo is harmonica.

Doubles or Nothing: A Lee Oskar Melody Maker tuned so that 2nd position gives an A chromatic scale. The piano was an Yamaha AN1X patch designed by Richy

Up Periscope: My attempt to play dub reggae on a chromatic (a Hering 16 hole chromatic) the second melody instrument is a melodica. In the key of D minor

Ripple: My chance to mix my love of reggae, the Grateful Dead and harmonica. Played on a Lee Oskar Melody Maker.

Phil's Blues: Phil was an amazing musician and college professor who taught me everything I know about music theory. This is a jazz blues chord progression played to an R+B soca rhythm. 2nd postion on a key of A Hohner Crossover Harp. The synthesizer lead is a Yamaha AN1X

Silver and Turquoise: A love song to my wife. Lee Oskar melody Maker labeled for key of A

Cold Coffee Warm Beer Blues: Played on a Lee Oskar Melody Maker done to an Afro Cuban beat called Guaguacon.The bass is a Yamaha AN1x patch called the Crow with me turning knobs like crazy, and running everything through a phase shifter. All the floaty pads are the An1x as well

Old Men on Mopeds: In the 70s, when I lived in an old junk school bus, there were these wonderful guys who would stop by for camp coffee, all riding mopeds. This song is in the key of E minor, played in 3rd positioin on a Lee Oskar D harp to an African 6/8 Kpegisu beat. Phase shifter on the bass. Yamaha AN1X piano run through a phase shifter.

Clam Warden Blues: a 5/4 bossa nova played on a Dorian Tuned Harp (Lee Oskar Natural Minor draw reed plate labeled in the key of A minor, regular tuned blow reed plate in the key of D. The various pads are from the AN1x, the ungodly wall of noise is a delicate pad run through a fuzz and a phase shifter. This song is inspired by a gentleman who accidentally smashed the windshield out of his car, while it was going, with the clam warden's billy stick.

Bakin' a Cake: A charming alcoholic I knew well used to pour a bottle of vanilla extract into a 16 ounce can of Narragansett.
Played to a Leopard Society beat (I had at least 8 drum machines going) Dorian Harp.

Rings of Saturn: I wrote this song 35 years ago.. A reggae tune done on a Lee Oskar Melody Maker player in 4th position (B minor)

Spirits: I wrote this song in 1978 on a banjo. This was my first attempt to play a chromatic and try to play in the key of A. The piano is the AN1X--a patch designed by Richy.



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