"Why Not" - Q Sessions - Recorded August 4, 2019
Josephine Moore - Guitar and vocals
Evan Hickman - Guitar
BJay Moore - Bass guitar
Bryan Moore - Drums and vocals
"Why Not' - written and performed by Only
Showcasing the cynicism of a Capricorn and the detachment of an Aquarius,
"Why Not" is a tale of exploitation and power told by a girl on the cusp. - Jo
"Josh Gibson" - Q Sessions - Recorded July 14, 2019
"Josh Gibson" is about the 1930s baseball hero. But it's also a song about racism. Josh was a great player who some ranked better than Babe Ruth, yet he never got the acclaim he deserved because he was African-American and was limited to playing for the Negro League. It's a simple story, and while Josh is obviously long gone, this story is still with us, bring written again and again in America every day.
Ted Drozdowski: vocals and guitar
Sean Zywick: bass
Kyra Curenton: drums
Ted Drozdowski"Josh Gibson" from Coyote Motel, the 2019 debut album from Ted Drozdowski's Coyote Motel
Songwriter: Ted DrozdowskiDolly Sez Woof Publishing/BMI
Tape Deck Mountain
"Screen Savior" - Q Sessions - Recorded June 30, 2019
"Originally titled 'Go to bed' inspired by a close friends late night music industry and political Facebook rants. You could say 'Screen Savior' is my late night Facebook rant, drenched in reverb and guitar squeals. Currently unreleased, the studio version will eventually find it's place on an LP." - Travis Trevisan
Travis Trevisan: Guitar, Vocals
Greg Harp: Guitar
Sully Kincaid - Bass, Vocals
Andy Gregg - Drums
The Tom Pappas Collection
"Cyanide IV Glue" - Q Sessions - Recorded April 7, 2019
"Cyanide IV Glue was written and played in my punk band The USED in 1993 in Knoxville, TN ( before the Used from 2000.) It was later revamped and recorded by WHiP in 2007 on the Hellavator EP.
I missed the song and since the Hellavator EP is out of print and I don’t have a copy I thought we would record it once more. TPC gave the song a go at the illustrious County Q in Nashville, TN.
The Song was recorded on the day one of my best friends was put to rest. So we gave him a proper tribute at the end.
We really Miss Scott Ballew - May his memory be eternal in sight of All Mighty God. - Tom Pappas
April 7, 2019
The Hollywood Horses
"Heavy Rubber Gloves" - Q Sessions - Recorded May 25, 2019
The Hollywood Horses perform "Heavy Rubber Gloves" - Live at County Q Productions.
Breely Flower - Drums, Vocal
Andrew Hollywood - Guitar, Vocal
Michael Hollywood - Bass
May 25, 2019
“A psychopomp is a deity who's responsibility is to escort newly deceased souls from Earth to the afterlife. The theme of the song is inspired by imagery of the Valkyries, the Grim Reaper, and the character Death from Neil Gaiman's "Sandman" series. The lyrics play with indistinct phrases and double entendre to lighten the theme to match the more optimistic feel of the tune; and ultimately leave the meaning up to the listener. The juxtaposition of darker concepts and lighter tunes has been a running motif for us going back to our first LP "Malefactors". It's always a fun angle to try and romanticize maleficence and the supernatural.” - Cayce Keller
"Soft was a song that, when I wrote it, kind of set the tone for the rest of the record. I felt surrounded by so much masculine energy in the world, which felt so harmful and unproductive. I don't really think about what I'm writing totally consciously when I write it, but when "Soft" came out, I felt a spark that let me know I was headed in a direction I wanted to be headed in. Right now, we're 5 white dudes singing a song about making our bodies and love soft. It feels like I good way to make ourselves vulnerable enough to really engage with others." - Bill Eberle
When I wrote this song, I’d be out with friends and suddenly feel like I had no business having left my house, so I’d panic and try to figure out how to slip away and go home unnoticed. I’d be stuck at home, trying to reason with myself why I deserved better thoughts than what I had floating around in my mind. It’s kind of scary to realize you have something gnawing at you, always forcing you to think bad thoughts–about yourself, about what could happen to you, about…everything. Every day you have to go about your regular business, and people have no idea there is this crazy inner battle happening. Hence people always saying things like, ‘Why ‘Sad‘ Baxter?’ or ‘For a band with ‘Sad‘ in the name, you seem anything but!'” - Deezy Violet