tonight’s song dot land starts with a sad one! i find solace and friendship and compassion for suffering in sorrow-filled songs. and set to a beat, it’s a journey! may we all grow strong and resilient, like this dandelion breaking through a crayfish mound. enjoy!
welcome to this week’s song dot land! spring begins where i live even as a frost warning covers the area tonight. good luck to all flora and fauna tonight, like these daffodils.
inspiration for tonight’s music came from teachings from thich nhat hanh on breathing and noticing the present moment.
the green comet last seen fifty thousand years ago passes over us tomorrow.
i reference the solar eclipse of twenty-seventeen. and i’m not starting a cult.
new year multi-part
welcome to twenty twenty-three! this episode recorded over three days:
– 2023-01-07 full moon (+ebow overdubs) // 0:00–11:56
– 2023-01-03 new year // 11:56–41:30
– 2023-01-10 just publish it // 41:30–55:56
enjoy the episode and good luck getting through it! this show is essentially you listening to me practice guitar for one hour. thanks for listening!
i’ve returned with another winter solstice! this one has layers. “the days are getting longer / life will soon rise / it’s at it’s lowest point tonight”
the cover photo comes from an image i took where flocks of 2,000+ birds perch in trees and play together.
tonight’s episode of song dot land comes from the energy of the outdoors! “you were always something grand”. rock and roll
p.s. this podcast celebrates its fourth year of continuation this month. how wonderful and grand. thanks for listening!
this wild episode of song dot land comes to you on the day humanity witnessed galaxies formed one billion years after the big bang. i love getting to make this silly podcast and share it with you. thank you for listening.
“everything of your day shines your way in night” just as our moon turns to its full moon phase for this new episode of song dot land. for a few days, the moon cuts through the darkness and lets us diurnal creatures explore.
this episode explores nature and love, the connections between all the living. “how many spiders had spun their webs in the blades we ran through hand-in-hand?”
tonight’s song dot land is awesome. i don’t know where this stuff comes from but i love singing and playing and sharing with you. enjoy.
tonight’s song dot land brings you some multi-track vocals with a reflection of my sadness at 15 when i missed the smashing pumkins’ final tour (information from the show that actually happened in 2000). at it’s core, this episode expands on the contentment i have today when i breathe. i’ve got everything i need.
the middle is about love and the sun.
enjoy the music as much as i enjoy making it! this is a strange one! i also name drop adam grant. again.