Might Could Have
Born in Mississippi. Weaned on Elvis. Discovered Black Sabbath, Lead Zepplin, Blue Oyster Cult and Neil Young in highschool and started writing songs. For a while thought New Wave was the coolest ever. Moved to North Carolina got into indie alt-rock...pixies, violent femmes, replacements and a host of Chapel Hill bands. Formed Mudluscious and after 4 gigs and favorable reviews in Alternative Press and Billboard magazines it folded. Fell in love with electronica...chemical bros, future sound of London. Bought a bunch of analog gear and created soundscapes. Got in a band called Astronauts of Antiquity....groove, dub bass, pads and samples with an Indian flare with tablas and sitar. Moved to NYC to find myself. Not recommended. But I got into Beck, Elliot Smith, Nick Drake, Wilco, and early Dylan. Through all of what I went through in this NYC experiment this CD 'might could have' popped out. Back to the roots....acoustic guitar, piano and a lot of instruments that I've learned how to play over the years and ones I discovered while recording it. It's the culmination of a life of fickle influences.