Perhaps the most passive-aggressive break-up song ever written, it's also one of my favourite songs by Bob Dylan. He'll be performing here in Vancouver in July so he's been on my mind.
I teach this song to a lot of my guitar students because it's a common fingerstyle pattern everyone should learn.
I recorded my own cover of it and posted it to YouTube. Hope you like it.
A few weeks ago I got to play guitar for a video by Elza. We had a film crew come to my Vancouver studio to film her cover of the Cranberries "Zombie." I'm playing acoustic guitar on the track. Elza wrote the arrangement. I'm pretty impressed with what this film crew did.
cover by Elza recorded live off the floor
Elza - vocals and arrangement
Iván Fernandez - drums
Blue Morris - guitar, Franki Lemon - cello,
A new live video is up. We're playing another one of my original songs from the Unlikely Rockstars album. This is "Love Love Love You."
We recorded this at the Anza Club in East Vancouver.
A few weeks ago we rented out the Anza Club in Vancouver to do some rehearsing and to video a few songs. Here's the first of what I hope will be three or so.
Kryptonite is from the Unlikely Rockstars album. The lyrics are intended to capture how all of us feel at times -- totally unable to succeed at whatever it is we have to do that week.
In the video:
Blue Morris - vocals, guitar
Red Heartbreaker - vocals, guitar
Alex Kelley - vocals, bass
Franki Lemon - cello
Eric Rasmusson - drums
Thanks to Jeanette Wilkinson for helping us film this, and the Anza Club for having us film on a Sunday afternoon.