Yes folks, ER Salo Deguierre lives! I don't know if anybody has noticed, but I've uploaded some 13 new tunes to my home page in the last month (all of which are on the right hand side of this page). Some of these are songs I had previously posted elsewhere, including MySpace. But most of it comes straight out of the archives--a mix of old songs and new. There are things I wrote 18 years ago (like the folk song "Hemingway," one of my first compositions), things I recorded three years ago but never showed anybody (like "New York Christmas, 1945,") , and a few ditties I rattled off in 2010 (like "Window Train Movie.") I've got a couple of other items in the hopper, but you should probably expect less music from me for a while as I turn my attention to fiction projects that badly need my attention.
If you like any of the stuff here, please comment! I'm very proud of some of these songs, though they may indeed betray the steep learning curve I've faced with the recording process. I hope the amateur passion of my kitchen table rock will help you overlook some of my admitted sloppiness.