Tag Archives: mandolin

Heart of Glass by cortex

Heart of Glass is an awesomely eclectic cover of the 1970’s disco Blondie tune: it features “acoustic guitar, ukulele, mandolin, piano, jazz organ, vibes, panflute, synth vox, drumset, a couple of bean shakers, tone blocks, clapping-and-stomping-in-the-bathroom, kazoo, and at least three vox takes.” It manages to perch just on the edge of falling apart, which is a really fun and interesting place for music. It sounds like a party, though it’s all by one guy.

You Got It by cortex

You Got It is a raucous bluegrass Roy Orbison cover.

Enemies by sredefer

Enemies is an indie pop song – accordion and mandolin – about the ancient dispute of cat and mouse.

Grand Illusions by sredefer

Grand Illusions is a pleasant indie pop song, with a guy singing with an accordion and banjolele.

We Close Our Eyes by askmeaboutLOOM

We Close Our Eyes is a pretty well-done one-man indie pop cover of an Oingo Boingo song.

Edit, 2013-10-05 – Whoops, attached the mp3, finally.

The Plan by Baby_Balrog

The Plan is an upbeat bluegrass song, which sounds like it was an utter blast to record.

This Town by kingbenny

This Town is a moving and melancholy folk song.

Supergirl by chuckdarwin

Supergirl is an uplifting, harmonizing, & poppy song, a father cheering on his daughter.

This song is from the fourth Mefi Music Challenge, “superhero.”