Thanks RG & Dane,.
I am really thankful that a few musicians found this raw mix acceptable!
It was fun recording this one. I am going to do over the vocals and try a different EQ so I can add a bass line to one version. These vocals were a bit rough because I was distracted between reading them, singing them, and playing one of the guitar tracks at the same time. I hadn't had the time to even learn the lyrics as I just wanted to get this idea down so I that wouldn't forget anything. As is, I like just the two guitars tromping all over in the background. I am rockabilly by nature and that genre usually lives in my head. I'm really glad that someone liked it. I had a lot of laughs over it while I was putting it down on the DAW.
My best friend and bass player / singer of 38 years died on the last day of Dec or the first day of Jan during the middle of the night of this year. I would love to have had him around to sing this song.
Speaking of flipping Vinyl... I put a spoken "Please turn CD over for side two". on the end of my CD.
I also made a CD a while back that had a needle clicks and pops from the beginning of an LP and at the end where the needle skated to the center and just kept clicking as they do when playing a LP. A disk jockey friend of mine recorded those FX for me. I'm sure it makes the "purists" feel a bit better to stir up fond vinyl memories.
My onions ended up in a chicken taco meat mix this last time because my daughter prefers chicken to beef.. I also used hind quarters. Finger pickers must think alike at times
Today I get to chop more onions for beef. But I'm going to try not obsessing over my food this time around.