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  1. Here's a Christmas song written by Fiona Lunney from down under in Australia! She sings and I play the instruments. Produced at Baselines Designs Studio. https://www.bandlab.com/post/b18a24ad-fa70-ed11-9f5e-000d3a980004
  2. With the new release of the Revolver album (with alternate versions), I finally got around to covering Eleanor Rigby - I've been wanting to do it for a while. I hope you like it and thank you for listening. https://baselines.com/?p=6672
  3. All right, I know - it is the fare of those great 60s late night commercials for the cd sets. But hell, when I heard this again at 2AM coming out of my TV, I was just floored by how great an old song it was and had to try it. I had fun, but I just hope I didn't ruin it too much. https://baselines.com/?p=6599
  4. This was a tough one for me, still not sure I didn't cross the line into sentimental fluff, but oh well, here it is. https://www.baselines.com/?p=6508 Jericho Valley is in the mountains of Western Massachusetts.
  5. Here's a cover of perhaps the perfect Spring/Summer song - at least one of them. I still dig the 70s. https://baselines.com/?p=6503
  6. Here's a cover of a song from the late 70's by a Cambridge MA band called Pousette Dart band. @mojoespage from bandlab on slide guitar. https://baselines.com/?p=6495 Hope you are all having a great summer - still a bit cold here.
  7. Well, I'm apologizing because topology did the hard work here. The first 58 seconds is the inverted midi keyboard part of the song that follows. In other words, it was free, I didn't have to write it. Read here for more information and also to play the damn song. It's interesting to try to pick out the inverted vs the , um, verted. https://baselines.com/?p=6485 Thanks for listening and I hope you enjoy the freebie as much as I did. Steve
  8. Here's my cover of a great old classic from the summer of '66 - what a great time was had by all - who remembers the 60s? Not everything of course, just some hazy memories! https://baselines.com/?p=6475
  9. Here's a cover of a Steely Dan song from 1974. Jeff Baxter, who played the lead guitar on the original version is an amazing multifaceted person. https://baselines.com/?p=6470
  10. A song from 1979. Elvis Costello, from his 3rd album ‘Armed Forces’. Inspired by the rise of the National Front and the Quisling Clinic in Wisconsin. Elvis recorded his vocal after a “night of carousing”. Original Produced by Nick Lowe. This version performed and produced by Steve Keith at Baselines Designs Studio. https://baselines.com/?p=6466
  11. Here's a song I wrote on my new piano I got for Christmas, the first one! It's maybe supposed to signify the relationships you form throughout your life, the happy and sad moments and then alone again till the end. 😮 https://baselines.com/?p=6395
  12. Here's my version of an old King Harvest hit from 1972. https://baselines.com/?p=6444 Here's a quote by Sherman Kelly, who penned the song: On a trip to St. Croix in 1969, I was the first victim of a vicious St. Croix gang who eventually murdered 8 American tourists. At that time, I suffered multiple facial fractures and wounds and was left for dead. While I was recovering, I wrote "Dancin In The Moonlight" in which I envisioned an alternate reality, the dream of a peaceful and joyful celebration of life.
  13. Hello fellow production and music aficionados. Hope this brave new world is treating you as well as can be expected. I finally gathered together a bunch of the cover tunes I have done with some very talented Bandlab people, and released it on an album called Cover Story. I don't think I will be posting it to all the usual places because it'll cost me $15 a song to get the rights to release it (ridiculous). Anyway, here is the link and I hope you like it. These are some of my favorite songs over the years. https://baselines.com/?p=6387 Stay strong and keep posting your material here. You are making the world a better place. Steve
  14. Here's my version of a great old Duke Ellington Song that was redone by Steely Dan on their Pretzel Logic album. Accompanying this audio is a video of select Buster Keaton clips. Buster was a comic genius way way way ahead of his time. Both Audio and Video available here: https://baselines.com/?p=6373 Video on Youtube available here:
  15. I don't want to make light of childbirth, because I know what's involved. However, getting this album out took almost as much energy! Thank you for all the support I got on this forum, I really appreciate all of you who listen to my stuff and offer me feedback. You are the best. https://stevekeith1.bandcamp.com/album/the-instrumentalist Best wishes to all for a happy and enjoyable Christmas season (or whatever else you may celebrate). Steve
  16. Here's another from the upcoming album, The Instrumentalist. https://baselines.com/?p=6355 (For those who don't like videos, just the audio is available here)
  17. Released on the new album the Instrumentalist. https://baselines.com/?p=6350
  18. I built this one again from the ground up. I think it is more on point now. I hope you all agree. TIA for any input. https://baselines.com/?p=6344 Happy Thanksgiving to all of you that celebrate it. Steve
  19. Here's a slightly pumped up mix of a song on the album The Instrumentalist. https://baselines.com/?p=6336
  20. I owe a great deal of thanks to the people who helped out along the way. Some truly great ideas which I hope I implemented properly. Thank you Eric Parsons, mark skinner, antler, Wookiee, jack c.! Here's the video of the final product: https://baselines.com/?p=6319 (I changed the audio on the mp3 file, but I couldn't upload the new audio to YouTube. This link has a player for just the new audio - I bumped the bass up a little and cut some high end)
  21. This song is an interpretation of the whole String Theory idea, pretty much just made up from what I have read. The video is from various sources on line and the music was written, performed and produced by Steve Keith at Baselines Designs studio. Come to http://www.baselines.com to find more free music.
  22. This is the 7th song off my upcoming album, The Instrumentalist - Last Stand https://baselines.com/?p=6230
  23. This is the 4th song on my new LP, The Instrumentalist. It is called Fighting Entropy. (Link to just the audio included below the video) https://baselines.com/?p=6227
  24. This is the third song on my new compilation, The Instrumentalist. It's called Foreverland. Thanks for listening and any feedback. Video: Website Post: https://baselines.com/?p=5954
  25. steve@baselines.com

    Bounce

    Here is the second song on my upcoming album, The Instrumentalist. It's called Bounce. My feeling is that the universe will eventually stop expanding and collapse upon itself, only to bounce back again in another Big Bang. Luckily, none of us will be around to see it happen. I also think this has happened before, but who really knows for sure? It's good to be alive. http://baselines.com/?p=5949
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