Here are some older nostalgic songs I worked on with other people from 1986 to 1990.
- No More, No More – Shawn Beckman wrote this one. He sings and plays flute on this recording of it in our old 4 track studio. Westchester, Ohio. 1988.
- She’s So Dangerous & Don’t Fall in Love – Sean McGary wrote and performed the guitars. Rick Wichmann wrote and performed the lyrics and vocals. I played drums. Sean played bass on Don’t Fall in Love, and I played bass on She’s So Dangerous. Reading, Ohio. 1990.
- House of Bricks & Gentlemen of Poverty – Tom Harmon wrote and recorded these two songs on a four track. We went in to a 16 track studio to add my drums. Both songs are property of NovaLite Music. Reading, Ohio, 1990.
- Sean’s Spawn – Guitars were written and performed by Sean McGary. We did this one on a four track with me playing the tiny buttons on a chinsy drum machine by hand. This one is really rough, but his solo around 1:20 is worth the time it takes to click. I’ve got a little guitar solo towards the very end, but it pales by comparison. Fairfield, Ohio. 1986.
- Missing in Action – This song was written by someone whose name I don’t remember. He directed me on the rhythm guitar, and then I added drums and bass. Another guy whose name I also never knew came in later and added another rhythm track, vocals, and lead guitar. Reading, Ohio. 1987.