The Best of Andrew’s Vocal Recordings

 

 

Audio Recordings (Click song titles to link to mp3’s)

 

Originals

Havoc.  The top gem from the Seattle improv sessions

Delirious.  Gem #2 from the Seattle improv sessions.

Give it a wide berth.  An original.  I wrote the lyrics and composed and recorded the song. 

Veneration.  Gem #3 from the Seattle improv sessions.

Down from the Sky.  Gem #4 from the Seattle improv sessions. 

 

Covers

Hallelujah.  My rendition of the first three verses of the Jeff Buckley classic. 

Rock and Roll.  My cover of the Led Zeppelin classic.  Sung to a karaoke recording. 

What Child is This.  A swanky rendition of the classic spiritual.  Recorded on my iPhone in a stranger’s basement.  Not fine production value, but great attitude. 

Johnny B. Goode.  A high-energy rendition of the Chuck Berry classic recorded in the same session as “What Child is This

 

Parody

Imagine.  I wrote and sang the satirical lyrics to the goofy John Lennon classic.

Twitter Prison Blues.  I found some satirical lyrics online and sang them to the tune of the Johnny Cash classic “Folsom Prison Blues.”  I don’t know the author of the lyrics. 

 

Spoken Word

My Country ‘Tis of Thee.  I rapped the traditional lyrics of this classic American Patriotic song to a funky drum beat.

 

 

Video

My Darling Nellie Gray.  A Civil War era song performed at my college recital. (Video hosted on Rumble)

Star Spangled Banner.  Sung at a political rally.  (Video hosted on Rumble)

 

 

 

Last updated June 6, 2022