- 1. Telling them to Mean a Thing 3.04 42 plays
- 2. Hear when we return 3.22 42 plays
- 3. The Dying Second 4.15 36 plays
- 4. Get Me Home 3.33 46 plays
- 5. War Poetry 3.53 60 plays
- 6. Needn't Leave them Alone 5.44 66 plays
- 7. Mobius' Wedding Ring 3.24 49 plays
- 8. Do Them Up (version 1.22) 4.15 41 plays
- 9. Picking Daisies 3.51 74 plays
- 10. If the Beat Lied 4.41 53 plays
- 11. Pity Me... (somewhat heavier version) 3.30 91 plays
- 12. The Wall in the Door 3.54 11 plays
- 1. I Think... 3.56 166 plays
- 2. Is he Great? (modified version) 4.21 88 plays
- 3. Reason to Complain 3.17 99 plays
- 4. Guess it's a Tribute 3.14 71 plays
- 5. Something to Stand On 4.26 60 plays
- 6. So Near, So Far (collab Carolyn Burnette & Pleudoniem) 3.40 89 plays
- 7. Cinderella in Twilight II (collab with Oorlab, and Regina on the flute) 4.17 85 plays
- 8. Pity Me... (somewhat heavier version) 3.30 91 plays
- 9. If the Beat Lied 4.41 53 plays
I am a bass player who likes to compose songs as well. It is quite fortunate that I also play the guitar and that I can find my way on keys, so that I can't ever be bored when I am in the studio. I usually take great care of the lyrics, because I feel a song is more than just a set of sounds, it also conveys a message.
I have been influenced by many artists, but when I ask who frequently return, people mostly mention Steely Dan, King Crimson, Weather Report, Duran Duran, Jimi Hendrix, Roxy Music, Tower of Power, Niacin, James Brown - how is that for a salad? That is not to say that I try to mimic them, the influences just sneak up on me when I am not paying attention.
I play in projects with other musicians as well when they need a bass player or a guitarist. These are mostly soul & funk based, but I can mostly find a way in rock, jazz and folk as well.