Bad, bad boy! And on 9/15/2021 even!
"..but can we make the guitars sound bigger?" Yes. Yes we can.
The drums (Frank Sarcia), some of the guitars (Ken Shano) and keyboards and vocals (me) were recorded at the No Muse Is Bad News Spring 2015 Music Series finale with a pandemic-ready bass added by Jim Fabiano and guitar and vocal overdubs by your's-truely in 2020.
Check the DistroKid landing page for the song for purchase options and to preview.
New music 8/20/2021.
Another great recording from a No Muse Is Bad News show at the Billerica Elks. This one features a Mr. Ken Shano on guitar and harmony vocals, Frank Sarcia on drums and bass (after the fact) by Jim Fabiano. The keys and vocals are your`s truely. It`s worth mentioning that the only overdub on this recording was Jim`s bass, the rest is live.
Like all of my recent releases, you can find this on Spotify, Amazon, Apple Music, iTunes, TikTok or your other favorite music source. The DISTROKID landing page for the song also contains links for the song on major outlets. As I've mentioned before, these landing pages tends to lag the actual release so it`s best to search your music service if you don't see it.
I'm pleased to announce the worldwide release of my song "Pay" featuring Frank Sarcia and Brian Templeton.
To have and to hold (in your playlist) for all time, we bring you the legendary recording of "Pay" featuring Frank Sarcia on drums and Brian Templeton on harmonica, piano and backup vocals. My contributions include authorship of the tune, lead vocal, acoustic guitar, bass guitar and guitar-synth-generated-brass as well as recording, mixing and "mastering" the recording. After some troubled attempts recording the song with electronic drums, Frank took on the challenge and delivered the masterful performance we recorded at his studio in Medford. I was in touch with Brian who had the time and inclination to work on a piano part which we ended up recording the same night as the harp and background vocals. A long but productive night indeed. A final pass with some guitar generated brass (GR-33) we were good to go. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
Search for Bob Sellon on Spotify, Amazon, Apple Music, iTunes, TikTok or your other favorite music supplier. The DISTROKID landing page for the song also contains links for the song on major outlets. It`s worth noting that this page tends to lag the actual release so it`s best to search your music service if its not listed.
You can now get a minute of surf for your media collection for beach-sound-emergencies.
A search of your music service for "A Minute Of Surf by Bob Sellon" will yield a [sound] song that you can have in your phone or other media device when you need to convince yourself that you are at the beach.
It's worth noting that this recording ends out my version of Haitian Divorce on Sing For Your Stew and that the recording was made at Camp Ellis in Maine though the picture is of Magnolia beach in Manchester-by-the-sea in Massachusetts.
A new worldwide release: Bob Sellon's song "Fourth Of July"
AND the new (cover) song "Sunny Afternoon"
..with Frank Sarcia on drums, Ken Shano on guitar, Jim Fabiano on bass and Bob on piano and voice.
Both now available on Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes, Instagram & Facebook, TikTok, Amazon and many, many more.