In this episode, I sit down with singer/songwriter Cody Butler (aka The Boy and His Dog aka Cody Francis). He plays some tunes and we talk about his musical endeavors and life. We also collaborate on a song together called "Moving Forward," which is about a father watching his daughter grow up.
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I'm joined by two guests, Dawn Red Sun and Audrey Olivier, originally from Germany and Switzerland, respectively. They share 3 songs they collaborated on and talk about the process of how the music came together.
Songs produced by Adam Basedow.
Visit their youtube pages for more music:
Dawn Red Sun: https://www.youtube.com/user/DawnRedSun
Audrey Olivier: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7PAbUqikduGjfrJOcBmUdA
In this week's episode, I highlight a song from my "50 Songs in 50 Weeks" series, influenced by the gloomy sounds of Nirvana's unplugged performance of "Something In The Way."
In this podcast episode, Mike McClellan and I get together and collaborate on a song. We use the "track and hook" method, which is an approach to songwriting and production used extensively in pop music. We came up with this catchy dance pop tune called "Man on the Moon."
This is a love song I wrote for my wife and put on my latest album, Good Grief. Influenced by The Lumineers.
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This week, I'm sharing an acoustic cover I recently recorded of the Frank Ocean song, "Thinkin Bout You."
For this episode, I break apart a modern disco song I recently collaborated on with Dawn Red Sun. The sound is influenced by Leon Bridges' tune, "You Don't Know."
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In this episode, I share a mellow indie rock instrumental used for podcast theme music.
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For this episode, I break apart a recent song of mine called, "The Last Waltz," which is influenced by Arcade Fire.
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