Than it Seems
(Written by Gary Boren/Pam Boren)
Me / Like You
(Written by Boren / Peters)
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(Written by Gary Boren and Sean McDonough)
I produce, Sean anti-produces. Hopefully, weíll have this Trent
Rezor-esque folk song ready for the first album. Yes, the drum
loops are a big problem. We know. We got people on it.
(Written by G.Boren / B.Weber / P.Boren)
Originally demoed by European artist, Daniela Petkova, Jamie
Green sings this version which we hope to place with a Faith
Hill/Shania Twain type artist.
(Written by Albert Polito/Gary Boren/Donnie Hackett)
This falls under the category,"if you canít beat Ďem."
Albert and I wrote this song, but when we realized that it sounded
"boy bandish," we called in pro writer, Donnie Hackett
to help polish it, who then handed it to Andy Duncan to produce
it in that style. Tim Davis is the perfect singer for this.
the Letter (song) 1:57
I produced this track for Leapfrog Toys. Jeanne Parson is the
writer, Joe Retta is the singer. David Diggs did the wurly type
Than it Seems (song remix) 2:17
(Written by Gary/Pam
and Sean McDonough)
We are not finished with this version yet. Sean is still tweaking.
and tweaking. and tweaking.
with Mr.Cooper (tv theme) :46
Cooper was on ABC for five years. This version was on the last
three years of itís run. Singers are Sherwood Ball, Carmen Carter,
and Oren Waters.
outtake (tv theme demo) :49
This was one of the demos that then my partner, Steve Chesne
and I turned in to the showís producers. David Frangionni is
the real genius behind this abandoned version.
(tv theme) :42
For two years Kirk Cameron had a show on WB Sunday nights. Who
Dies (score) 1:31
You thought he was a bad guy till the end of the film. But,
at the last minute he redeems himself by jumping in front of
a bullet which earns him an honorable, military type death cue
in Matt Warrenís film, Tumbleweed.
This is the end credit music to a short, funny film, Busted,
by Shelly Ryan.
on the Steps
I wrote this simple piece for Baggage in a minute, but
it took forever for me to perform a violin track that was believable.
Lament (score) 1:10
Evan Aronsonís film, Baggage, will eventually get itís
due, I hope.
This is a demo score piece. Love that slo-mo vibe.
This is the obligatory desert / dry gulch car breaks down and
guy starts to walk cue (a la Ry Cooder). My dobro and lap steel
guitar were good pawn shop investments.
the Great Unknown
(Written by Gary Boren, Alan Roy Scott, and Viveka Davis)
Because Viveka was an actress in Kevin Costnerís Message
in a Bottle, we decided to write and pitch a song. Viveka
is a great artist.
a Chicken (score) 2:18
This Enya-esque piece was originally written for Baggage. It
appears as a recurring theme in the movie, but without the vocals.
This theme was also used in Love.com, a movie starring
Celia Ball,. Mike Madsen, and Edgar Allen Poe IV. If I put it
on my first album I guess weíll change the title.
A dark, dramatic cue from Tumbleweed, a movie written
and directed by Matt Warren. Tarantino and Soderberg, lookout.
of the Corn-NOT (score) :43
This is a demo cue for the part V horror series. Thetís my two
oldest kids, Blair and Hannah on vocals.
When Evan Aronson, director of Baggage, asked for a Beck type
cue, this is what I gave him. On subsequent film editing this
cue was orphaned.
Car (driving acoustic) 1:34
Written for Baggage, director, Evan Aronson, asked for a
Leo Kotke type piece. If it didnít have such a weird ass tuning
I would do it at gigs.
Mars (cocktail jazz) 1:29
I wrote it and programmed the drums and bass, but I sure didnít
play the piano track. The acoustic pianist is Tommy Mars,
who played with Frank Zappa on numerous albums. Tommy has brains
spilling out his fingers.
Come Here (score) 1:24
This was from Shelly Ryanís romantic film, Eighth Date. Obviously,
this acoustic cue is in the "Thirty Something" musical
All, Folks! (sitcom Actout) :03
This was one of hundreds of short cues I wrote for tv. The last
two years of Step by Step I got away with producing some very
legit alternative rock pieces. Still, it was just Carol (Suzanne
Sommers) in the kitchen cutting lettuce.