Jim Rodrigues and Randy Tobin turn a legendary radio jingle into a beautiful Golden Gate single. J. Rod claims a San Francisco birthright. His dad helped build The City's historic bridges.
Just One Thing
"Ya gotta dance" to this love-rap contract. The standard for love should be: "I love just one thing better than your body and that just one thing is you."
George "Garfield" Edward is more like a tailgunner than a drummer in a song that creates the genre, "Wild Rock." "...We blamed him for the mess we made and we nailed him to a rod."
Suicide Is Painless (Theme from M*A*S*H)
Q.) Why does a hummingbird hum? A.) Because he doesn't know the words! One of the most listened to tunes ever, reunites with its amusingly poignant, anti-war, Mandel-Altman lyrics. Tobin builds the tracks and J. Rod sings the song.
Can a star be icy? Find out in this one-of-a-kind performance featuring Robert Hernandez on flute.
Randall Michael Tobin knocks out an incredible keyboard solo in this lovely yet somehow haunting lullaby for girls from ages 1 to 91.
"Is that rib sauce on your gorgeous fangs or is it my dripping blood?" Rodrigues Rap? Amazingly, you can understand the words and they actually mean something profound (or at least fun). Props to James Brown for the soulful assist.
Sand in My Shoes
A Staten Island inspired adventure. "I watch, you look, brown eyes meet blue. Me being me and you being you."
The funniest football song ever as aired on The Doctor Demento Show: "My green-eyed honey knew I hadn't played, she had the nerve to tell me, 'Only starters get laid.'" Destined for Monday Night Football jukeboxes everywhere.
Sunday Morning Dream Song
J. Rod asked Tobin: "Can flute and harmonica be blended?" Parnum and her flute doubted it. Then Tobin pulled out his magic harp and...
Just a Child
Just Big Rod and his antique Yamaha.
A Lake Tahoe song. The Tobin piano and lovely Parnum flute make you smell the smokey pine-filled air and feel the evening mountain chill.
Hard Rock So Cal from a No Cal point of view. Tailgunner Edward opens fire again. "Freeway City L.A. - Air is thick enough to eat."
The Nature of Things
Something ultra mellow for those who can imagine the possibility of past lives and past loves.
Check out the artist's website:
1. Sound of the City
2. Just One Thing
3. Magic Hat
4. Suicide Is Painless (Theme from M*A*S*H)
5. Icy Star
7. Vampire Deluxe
8. Sand in My Shoes
9. Gridiron Lament
10. Sunday Morning Dream Song
11. Just a Child
12. Touching You
13. Freeway City
14. The Nature of Things