Here’s a Chipmunks-style version of an Andy Paley song. Written and produced by Andy Paley
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This is an instrumental version of a song Andy wrote in the 1970’s. Mike Bolger and James King are featured on trumpet and tenor sax on this recording. Andy’s on piano and organ.
This is an instrumental version of a ballad from the “It’s A SpongeBob Christmas” album. This version features the great Tommy Morgan on harmonica. Tommy’s playing the melody on a regular chromatic harp and in the background you can hear him playing the bass-line on a bass harmonica. Mandy Barnett’s beautiful voice can be […]
Here’s Andy singing and playing a bunch of parts on a song he wrote titled “Butterfly”. Andy played all of the instruments except the accordion which was played by the fantastic Mike Bolger. Written by Andy Paley Produced by Andy Paley
Here’s a 1920’s jazz version of an Andy Paley song which was used as score in a cartoon.
This is the last released track that features Tommy Ramone playing drums with the Ramones. It was recorded in 1977 at Brother Studio in Santa Monica. From Seymour Stein’s liner notes from The Paley Brothers: Complete Recordings: “Joey was sick (actually hospitalized) in LA and Johnny, Dee Dee and Tommy were getting restless sitting around […]
Scroll down to listen to tracks from the album. For power pop fans and aficionados of the mid-to-late-‘70s Boston and downtown New York scenes, news that at last a CD is coming out containing ALL of the sides the Paley Brothers released on the Sire label would be reason enough for rejoicing. But news that […]
Andy in the Press
The Hidden Genius of It's A SpongeBob Christmas Lenny Kaye, eMusic.com
Beauty in Two Dimensions: ‘It’s a Spongebob Christmas!’ Gene Sculatti, Rock's Back Pages
SpongeBob follows 'Best Day Ever' with Christmas album Jim Bessman, Examiner.com
It's a SpongeBob Christmas! Jason Weisberger, BoingBoing.net
SpongeBob Christmas special goes stop-motion Associated Press
Review: 'It's a SpongeBob Christmas!' adds an extra dimension Los Angeles Times