Music

Coming April 2015: Gentleman Caller, my first album in a decade!

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My first album in over a decade, full of uplifting ditties about the culture wars and the impending end of mankind, among other topics.

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Tentative Track Listing:

  • Number 43
  • Bury the Bones
  • Key Deposits
  • Cities on the Make
  • Tinder Dad Rock Sextravaganza
  • Tickertape Parade
  • The Great Divide
  • The Robot Dog Accompanied Her Every Moment of Her Day, Even Once She Passed
  • In The Pines
  • Water at Night
  • Keeping Count
  • Take Me On Home
  • Bitter Almonds
  • Pages of History
  • Trouble and Games
  • What Can Be Broken
  • Fiery Death
  • The Non-IRL Readers' Guide to the Human Experience of Exploitation and Slavery, In Under 300 Characters
  • Dusty Old Books
  • Gentleman Caller
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Listen (older recordings; demos of new tracks coming soon!)

In the mid-aughts I was the lead singer and guitarist for the Bay Area-based country-punk band Mule Train, which released the 2005 full-length Be On Your Way. I also organized three complications of emerging West Coast underground folk, country and punk, Tastes Like Burning, Someday Coming Down and Someday Coming Round under the banner of my DIY record label Warning Sign Records. My solo and band work was featured in publications including Punk Planet, SF WeeklyAMP Magazine, Zero Magazine, the Metro Santa Cruz, and Good Times Santa Cruz. More about my past musical projects:

Mule Train – Be On Your Way

Someday Coming Round: Deviant Twang Revisited

Someday Coming Down: A Deviant Twang Sampler

Paul M. Davis – No Shoes, No Shirt, No Skinny Ties

Lonesome Brothers: Live at the Poet and Patriot

Tastes Like Burning Compilation

Jam Her Like Jelly

Vienen – Silent Partner

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VIDEO: "Weapons"