"Music is the only religion that delivers the goods."
~ Frank Zappa
I was stuck on this song for months. But my guitar slapped my face and straightened everything out.
Probably Never, Always Will
My bro Dean Sottile turned me on to this lyric a few months ago and the melody came to me in one sitting. I finally recorded it. Enjoy!
Ode to Robert Hunter
The first song I wrote with Dean Sottile. A beautiful tribute to lyricist Robert Hunter. I knew there was music in those words.
As the price of gas goes up and up and up...
A minimalistic guitar improvisation by Russ Foreman and Larree Hollywood.
YEEEOOOOOOWWWWWWWWWWWW! A blues trio featuring Alan Waxman on the drums and Eric Fliegel on bass backing me on a song I wrote in the 1970s. This version was recorded at Eric's Studio in 1991. It's kind of... loose.Golden Kayak winner - Best Song Blues - 2019
With Duct Tape
I called Russ on the phone one morning and said, "Dude. We need to make a guitar say I can kick your ass on guitar with the two middle fingers of my left hand taped to my palm with duct tape - in Chinese." And we did it!
Composed, created, and recorded on a Tuesday by Russ Foremen and Larree Hollywood at Russ's studio.Golden Kayak winner - Best Song Guitar Instrumental - 2006
All copy and paste and no live jams make Larree a dull boy. Composition created by Russ Foreman and Larree Hollywood
NEVER GONNA WORK
I wrote this song for my mom. The first time I sang it for her she chased me around the house with a rolled-up Better Homes & Gardens magazine. it eventually became one of her favorites.
1987 demo record. Russ Foreman - keyboards and drum samples; Larree Hollywood - guitars and vocals.
More Than Friends
1987 Demo record. Bill Berry - piano; Larree Hollywood - guitars, vocals; Greg Kage (of Canned Heat fame) - drums, bass.
Classic 50s style rock song featuring Bill Berry on piano and Greg Kage on drums and bass. I'm playing the guitars and harmonica and singing the lead vocal. Tribute to Chuck Berry - the REAL king of Rock 'N' Roll!
Nobody For President (Original)
The original demo recording of the classic 1988 protest song featuring Peri Traynor on lead vocal; Greg Kage (of Canned Heat fame) on drums; Larree on electric guitars.Golden Kayak winner - Best Song Comedy - 2006
Jefferson Airplane-Starship vibe. Demo recorded in 1988. Features Peri Traynor on lead vocal and flute; Greg Kage (of Canned Heat fame) on drums; Larree on electric guitars, bass, and Danelectro electric sitar.
Jamming psychedelic surf trio featuring Alan Waxman on the drums and Eric Fliegel on bass. Recorded at Eric's Studio - 1991.
What Kind of Fool?
Even Larree has a "sensitive" side.
Don't Move Your Kids to L.A.
The official unofficial first song to ever mention Fatburger. Yes, I was first - before all those rappers!
Your Love is Like a Pizza
I wanted to take this girl out on a date who worked at the Numero Uno on restaurant row in Los Angeles so I wrote this song and walked into the joint with my guitar on a Saturday night and started singing it. I got the date!
Blue Jay Way
Demo of a 1970s song recorded in the late 1990s.
A good neighbor left a note on my car. I was inspired.
2/1/2021 2:35:54 PM
So what song you want to do so i can learn it for this weeknd. The songs which is quite popular with me is Lonley freedom and The man who sold the world. See if you could do better than me on lonely freedom. The man who is what we sign off with.
2/16/2020 2:30:46 PM
Congratulations - You have been awarded a 2020 Golden Granny Award for your contributions and outstanding achievements in Indie Music
2/15/2020 7:27:55 PM
Big Congrats Man! Much Respect!
2/13/2020 2:10:37 PM
Congratulations Larree! Earthquake Blues is now "The News"!!! -M-
1/12/2020 4:15:47 PM
Thank you, Neil! And right back at you!
1/8/2020 11:55:44 AM
Congratulations, Larree, on your Golden Kayak nomination.
Best wishes and good luck.
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