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I’m Only Sleeping – Fiona Silver

Produced by Roger Greenawalt at Shabby Road Studio, Brooklyn
Fiona Silver – Vocals
Roger Greenawalt – Mele Tenor Ukulele

I’m Only Sleeping is my favorite Beatle’s song. So celebration of sloth. I have to go walk now.

Fiona Silver is an old soul. At just 23, her youthful pixie appearance plays divisive to her dynamic sound and passionate delivery. Born and raised in NYC, Silver’s influences range from Billie Holiday to Courtney Love (old jazz to rock and roll) and Portishead to Aretha Franklin (trip-hop to soul). A unique song writer and multi-instrumentalist, performing mainly on ukulele and guitar, Silver’s performances are captivating in their honesty and have the power to transport you to another time. Named one of Curve Magazine’s Most Desirable Women, and recently endorsed by Luna Guitars, things are just getting started for this rising star.

Photo by Roger Greenawalt at Shabby Road Studio.

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Love You To – Andrew Vladeck

Love You To – Andrew Vladeck

Love You To

Roger 3.0 Version recorded March 27, 2011; original version recorded April 11, 1966.

Andrew Vladeck: Vocal, Slide Banjo, Lead Guitar
Roger Greenawalt: Ukulele, Bass, Drum

Produced by Roger Greenawalt at Shabby Road Studio, Brooklyn.

Essay by Roger Greenawalt

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Here, There, and Everywhere – Carole Rowley

Here, There, and Everywhere – Carole Rowley

Original version recorded June 14, 1966.
Roger 3.0 version recorded February 14, 2011.

Carole Rowley: Vocals
Roger Greenawalt: Ukulele

Produced by Roger Greenawalt at Shabby Road Studio in Brooklyn, NY.

Essay by Roger Greenawalt

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She Said She Said – Jeremiah Birnbaum

She Said She Said – Jeremiah Birnbaum

Recorded on April 30, 2010, original version recorded on June 21, 1966.

Jeremiah Birnbaum: Vocals, Bass, Guitar, Organ
Kathena Bryant: Backing Vocals
Roger Greenawalt: Ukulele, Banjo, Drums

Produced by Roger Greenawalt at Shabby Road Studio in Brooklyn, NY

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For No One – Lee Feldman

For No One – Lee Feldman

Recorded on December 8, 2005, original version recorded on May 9-19, 1966.

Lee Feldman: Electric Piano, Vocals
Roger Greenawalt: Ukulele

Produced by Roger Greenawalt at Shabby Road Studio in Brooklyn, NY

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Tomorrow Never Knows – Declan Zimmerman

Tomorrow Never Knows – Declan Zimmerman

Recorded on December 15, 2008, original version recorded on April 6-7, 1966.

Declan Zimmerman: Vocals, Acoustic Guitar
Nathan MacCormack: Cello
Roger Greenawalt: Ukulele

Produced by Roger Greenawalt at Shabby Road Studio in Brooklyn, NY

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