THE SEASICK MIDDLE…

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In 1983 I left Crayon and San Francisco, to return to Sacramento and begin work as a solo artist. For six years I recorded countless songs—most of them lousy—that were never released. No band, no live gigs, just me—trying to work out what kind of songwriter I wanted to become. This rectangular little track featured David Houston adding the noisy bits, and Lyle Workman the guitar solo.

6 thoughts on “THE SEASICK MIDDLE…

  1. Hey Caron, beautiful piece! I always thought the music you came up with was pretty awesome. It was great to be able to be at Luna’s and see your always fun concerts! Wish you had a live album out.

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  2. Thank you, I appreciate that! I don’t know why, but for some reason we didn’t often film or record our live performances. There are a few things out there, but I think their sound quality is poor. If I can round something up, I might put it up here someday. But, unfortunately, no live album. Thanks for asking though!

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    • Ya know.. I have a vidow from Luna’s on vhs I shot that is actually pretty good. If I can find it and get it put on a dvd, I can sent it to you.

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  3. The world needs to hear more of your voice! Do you still record these days? Your voice reminds me of one of my favourite Australian singers, Wendy Matthews. Have you heard of her song, “The Day You Went Away”? It brings tears to my eyes every time I hear it.

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  4. Thank you, Merryn,
    That’s a lovely thing to say! No, I haven’t recorded much of anything lately. Though, I am considering (at some point), finishing up a CD I began working on some years back. I’m not familiar with Wendy Matthews, but you’ve peaked my curiosity, and I’ll have to go search her out. Thank you, again!

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