from Basement Demos by Melissa & Paul. from Basement Demos, released November 4, 2011 Recorded in Melissa's basement by Melissa & Paul during a weekend in the winter of 2010. basement demos distractions goin' home melissa & paul rock blues garage punk Oak Ridge. Melissa & Paul Oak Ridge, New Jersey. Garage/Punk/Blues duo from Northern NJ. Melissa sings and plays guitar and Paul plays drums.
100 Blue (Gruff Beard Exclusive) 100 White (Melissa & Paul/Bedside Manner Exclusive) 100 Black. Other Versions (3 of 3) View All. Cat. Live Hard (10", EP, Whi).
Say a lot with a little.
Melissa" is a song by American rock band the Allman Brothers Band, released in August 1972 as the second single from the group's third studio album, Eat a Peach. The song was written by vocalist Gregg Allman long before the founding of the group. It was first written in 1967, and two demo versions from those years exists, including a version cut by the 31st of February, a band that featured Butch Trucks, the Allman Brothers' later drummer.
What is this thing in life that persuades me to spend Time away from you? If you can answer this, you can have the moon This is the place to be, anyway you can see There's a lovely view Why are there always so many other things to do? Distractions, like butterflies, are buzzing around my head When I'm alone, I think of you And the life we'd lead if we could only be free From these distractions.
I wound up making twooo versions of the album. Originally I'd wanted a lot of the songs to transition right into each other but I found that with gapless playback being hit or miss on most media players (and especially on my this site) the transitions between the individual tracks sounded pretty choppy. I wound up re-rendering the individual tracks to have definitive starts and ends as a compromise, but I also rendered a 103 minute MP3 of the entire album with the original transitions left intact