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CARPET CRAWLERS
Disk One
Lilywhite LilithLilywhite_Lilith.html
The Waiting Room
AnywayAnyway.html
Supernatural AnaesthetistSupernatural.html
LamiaLamia.html
Silent Sorrow in Empty BoatsThe_Lamb_Lies_Down_on_Broadway.html
SlippermanSlippermen.html
Ravine
Light Dies Down on BroadwayLight_Dies_Down.html
Riding the ScreeScree.html
In the RapidsIn_the_Rapids.html
Disk Two
itit.html

Probably the one song on the album that had traction on commercial FM stations for the longest period of time.  This song sounds like Mr. Banks had a difficult RMI piano part to play but the real hero of this song is Mr. Rutherford.  Mike’s 12 string electric part is played as arpeggios as complex as Tony’s keyboard arpeggios.  I will tell you that this song is a lot easier to play on the keyboards than that of playing Mike’s twelve string part. Some confusion over the years on whether Steve used an Ebow on this track.  When the album was recorded, Steve did not have an Ebow nor do I think they were yet available.

The Lamb Lies Down on BroadwayThe_Lamb_Lies_Down_on_Broadway.html
Fly on a WindshieldFly_on_a_Windshield.html
Broadway Melody of 1974Broadway_Melody.html
Cuckoo CocoonCuckoo_Cocoon.html
In the CageIn_the_Cage.html
The Grand ParadeGrand_Parade.html
Back in NYCBack_in_NYC.html
Hairless HeartHairless_Heart.html
Counting Out TimeCounting_Out_Time.html
Chamber of 32 DoorsChamber_of_32_Doors.html
Carpet Crawlers

Update July 2014


Another victim of the great computer hard drive crash of 2012 where I had quite a bit of the song MIDI-fied but another one to start from scratch.  From the demo above, you can tell that I have worked out pretty much what I need to for this song.  Just a matter of time.