I present: Every single day in the life of a little kid… in just over a minute.
Well, looky here! Or even better, listeny here! ‘Cause it’s a new song!
It’s a tribute parody about the geek-themed variety show “w00tstock“, which is itself a geek-themed tribute to the Woodstock festival, created by Paul and Storm, Adam Savage, and Wil Wheaton. (I’m very lucky to have been invited to perform in several of them. They really are little love-fests, like Woodstock, minus the mud and with more “On” buttons.)
A few months ago, friends and fellow comedy-musickers, Riki Lindhome and Kate Micucci (“Garfunkel and Oates”, respectively) asked me if I’d be up for producing some songs for their first full-length album. I checked with everyone at Phirmilab (computers, instruments, service droids, &c.) and it was a unanimous “1″! So, between September and December of 2010, we recorded about eight songs, six of which are on their new album…
It’s a fun record that I strongly recommend you add to your collection of albums with the word “face” in the title.
(And see if you guys can guess which song I sing back up vocals on it’s “Weed Card”.)
NOTE: The other tracks on the album were produced by excellent musician, producer, and great guy, Eban Schletter. (He’s made music for Mr. Show, Spongebob, Drunk History, and most recently, he’s been the audio architect behind the brilliant Paul F. Tompkast.)
I made this song on a 4-track in 1997. I’m posting it because… why have it on just my computer when there’s ONE Star Wars super fan out there who NEEDS TO HEAR IT?!
Download it by right-clicking HERE.
As of today, you are welcome to rack up some EASY POINTS in ROCK BAND 3 (or 2) by playing the role of last-minute-concert-substitute, LOLLYTOWN!
Haven’t heard the song, “Lollytown”? Fix that now!
You probably know how to get it, but if not, here you go:
Get it for XBOX (about $1)
VIDEO PREVIEW (someone’s already mastered it!)
(Come on—who doesn’t love a song you can master in, like, 10 minutes?!)
A few weeks ago, I was lucky enough to have 100 billion of my favorite comedians come through Phirmilab to record some songs for the 2010 Comedy Death Ray Christmas Album. This was the biggee. Hope you like it!
I love and admire pioneers like Reggie Watts, Jon Brion, Andrew Bird, Theresa Andersson: artists who can build a song, right there in front of you. So, I wanted to try that. Here’s how it went.
Filmed at the UCB theater, Los Angeles. June 15, 2010.
Order up! 13 tracks, weighing in at just over 32 minutes, I give you my first solo album:
“The Very Last Songs I Will Ever Record (Part 1)”!
Click the link and START MEMORIZING IT NOW!
I love my job.
(I recommend setting it to 480p—sounds way better)