I found this meme over at Heather's blog and decided to give it a go. Here's how it goes:
You are about to have your own band's CD cover. Follow these directions to the letter.
1. Click here for a Random article
The first article title on the page is the name of your band.
2. Click here for a Random quote
The last four words of the very last quote is the title of your album.
3. Click here for a Random picture
The third picture, no matter what it is, will be your album cover.
4. Use your graphics program of choice to throw them together.
The original meme is over at Mimi Writes if you want to grab the code. Consider this a tag if you want to play.
Cover art photo by Matt Abinante
Who is Ryan Craig?
Well, in my mind he looks like Jonas Armstrong from BBC's Robin Hood. We'll make him an East Coast musician from the Halifax area. Since I'm supposed to be in this band, I'll be back-up vocals to his lead vocals. We've also got a guitarist, a bass player, drums and keyboards. We've got a classic east coast sound - celtic-flavored rock with an alternative spin.
Let's make a dream band for Ryan Craig, shall we?
On back-up vocals - yours truly.
On lead guitar - Charlie A'Court.
On bass - Andy Patil
from Matt Mays and El Torpedo
On drums - Murray Downey
from The Carson Downey Band
On keyboards - Peter Elkas
from Joel Plaskett Emergency
I've decided to take this a little farther and make up a list of tracks that would be on the CD. After twenty years together, we're going a little nostalgic on this CD, re-doing the covers that were a staple of our early bar scene years. Enjoy!
1 - Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want - The Smiths
2 - Show Me - The Pretenders
3 - Behind The Wheel - Depeche Mode
4 - Tunnel of Love - Bruce Springsteen
5 - Only Happy When it Rains - Garbage
6 - I Can't Be With You - The Cranberries
7 - Don't Look Back - Fine Young Cannibals
8 - Love Street - The Doors
9 - It's Good to be King - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
10 - Dolly Dagger - Jimi Hendrix
11 - What You Need - INXS
12 - Milgram's 37 (we do what we're told) - Peter Gabriel