NOTE: The embedded music player we used to have has been discontinued and along with it all the play arrows that used to reside just left of all the song titles have gone bye-bye. You can STILL listen to the music, albeit one song at a time - by clicking on the song title you want, and by hitting your BACK button to return here. It's not what we've wanted, (we really do miss the old YaHoo Media player we used to have) but until we get this fixed it's all we've got.

As always our music is all free - but please do consider donating to help us keep this going - thank you!

Updated January 7, 2017

Mirror Land Doggy Poo Just Passing Pictures Of Matchstick Men Congratulations I Was Made To Live So Sorrowed Traces
Heart Of Soul Mashed Potato The Inner Light Woman I'm Your Man snippet 1 B1 Bomber Sun King
Lying Bonanza Skit Just Back Away The Flying Dream Time Mind Cry Baby Cry I Will Love Her
Analyzing Pink and Blue Be Done She Sang Hymns Out Of Tune Earthbound Feeling Blue Here In My Arms
Hey Mr Sunshine snippet 2 I Yam What I Yam Blue Sky I Love My Horse She's Got The Devil in Her Heart Please Don't Ever Change
PS I Love You Rebel Mon Unicorn Song Wendy Will Die Beautiful Sunday Wonder Boy Unicorn Song (demo)
You Took My Breath Away She's Gone Don't Go Jzero Thank You Girl The Sun Will Come

snippet 3

Monkberry Moon Delight

Wonderin' Aloud Jacob Shotwell Always Late Mister Pleasant I Don't Have The Time Say It Isn't So (demo) Lonely Girl
Pray For The Dead

May Just Be The One

Ruby Tuesday

Misty Patch

All The Young Dudes

Zombie Jamboree

You'll See (intro)

You'll See Her Standing There

(She's Got) Angel Eyes Heaven Yellow Submarine The Robe Soldier Of Love Younger Girl

On and On

Another Saturday Night

I Wonder Big Bird's Death In The South Bronx Bring It On Back To Me Dawn Of My Friend
The Man Who Sold The World The Magic Garden Superman Waterloo Sunset All You Need Is Love Should I Stay or Should I Go? Blanket For A Sail

Listen To The Mayor

The Minstrel Man Home Multi Media Theme Say It Isn't So Beautiful Boy Wake Up In The Morning
Day Shift As Tears Go By In My Garden I've Just Seen A Face Hey Jude

Beautiful Sun (live jam)

Those Were The Days
I Love My Suit Ba Ba Song Dirty Maggie Mae Daylight All The Time Never Never Land The Dream Glowing Pearl
Hee Haw Improv One Ton Tomato Rockin' G Mon Obladi Oblada Like A Circus Clown Melody The Mighty Superheroes
Mull Of Kintyre

The Giant

Nobody's Child Willow Popeye The Sailor Man Real Love She Looks Like Sun
Sweet As Candy Rutlin' Around Atlantis Suzy's Parlor

New Blue Moon

When She Smiles

Piccadilly Circus

(Here I Am) In Japan

Dear Prudence

Do You Believe In Dummies?

Hey Mister Moonlight

It's Better To Stay

Jumpin' Jack Flash

Follow Rollow

Satan's Boat

20 Little Pinheads

My Little Runaway

Lonely Clown

My Blue Eyed Girl

Travelin' Man

My Way Home

I Can See You Miles Away

Brain Damage

Roll Over Beethoven

I Can Live My Life Upon A Stream

Abbott Better Stop (Your Pickin' On Me) An OOBy Christmas Voodo XMas Happy Holidays Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer Frosty The Snowman

The Show Is Over

A battered four-track recorder sits on a fold-out table with a unidirectional fostex microphone nearby, perched erect by a bundle of questionably off-color socks. On the wall hangs a mysterious curiosity which can only be described as a crayon drawing depicting circles, one inside the next, of varying colors. Like a child's rendering of a tunnel, the directional rotations of the planets around the sun, or psychedelic ripples in a pond. The only place to sit appears to be on the bottom half of a bunk bed, the top permanently cluttered with trays of cassette tapes, pieces of loose-leaf paper torn from a binder, and endless boxes of unstored clothing and books. Against the wall is a large metal locker with a little mirror on it. A television glares in the corner with the sound turned down.

Near the bed is a large electronic keyboard covered by a towel. On the floor is an acoustic 12-string guitar with an electric one laying against the wall. Under the bed sits another guitar case with a bass guitar on permanent loan. On the end of the room is a large bare apartment window, facing a concrete yard 14 stories down, and a little to the left, the roof and terraces of the connecting tenement building. The police sirens and traffic noise from the Bronx River Parkway are constant, barely muffled by the closed window. It is almost always hot in this room - frequently stuffy. Just a mere half hour or so in this room can change you in a myriad of ways - deservedly earning it's nickname "the house of pain" it will drain you of your bodily fluids, leaving you parched and thirsty. Your nose will become simultaneously stuffed up as your back and legs cramp up from sitting on the bottom half of a bunk bed with it's caved in mattress.

This room also served as the main recording studio of the Out Of Bodies....

Like minds brought together by strange happenstance - the Out Of Bodies have probably never assembled all at the same time in the same room - although it's been documented at least once they've merged in a group of four. More often they'd meet in threes and twos. But when they'd meet, however sporadically, sooner or later a guitar would find it's way to Dan - for without Dan there is no Out Of Bodies - and spontaneous happy combustion would ensue. Never ever in a studio or organized settings, but in bedrooms, living rooms, kitchens and once or twice a bathroom.

For the most part written lyrics were never on hand, and it was seldom that the OOBs ever came prepared. When Dan's 4-track recorder wasn't available for a session Donald would usually substitute with a boom box - which the guys affectionately referred to as the "wheezer" do to it's excessive tape hiss. But the preferred recording method was always 4-track, which Dan worked like a mad scientist - especially when he worked on his own recordings. Overdubbing and mixing that would make even George Martin woozy!

The tunes selected here run the gamut from raw to elaborate, with any number of OOBs involved - recording by any means and instrumentation available at the time - both cover songs and original compositions...

We believe, a little something for everyone!

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