Besides blogging and working for a living in the Insurance and IT fields, Virginia Right! Editor Tom White plays a few instruments and has put together a number of videos and home made music. Some are satire and or parody, others just for fun.
The music is all recorded in a home studio using a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) and a number of instruments including a 1971 Les Paul Deluxe Goldtop electric guitar, a 1964 Epiphone “Paul McCartney” Texan acoustic guitar, a Fender Stratocaster, harmonicas, 2 Alto Saxophones, a Tenor Sax, a Midi Keyboard and several different microphones.
These are various topics and tastes, but we hope you enjoy them and get a message from them.
Where the Hell Was Tim Kaine? – July 2012
A Parody modeled after a Paul Shanklin’s “Who Wants McCain” that is a Parody of CCR’s “Who will stop the Rain”. The iinstruments were all played by Tom White as well as the vocals. The Tim Kaine photo is a version of the “Tax me Timmy” doll which is modeled after Raggedy Andy (or Ann if you wish).
A Million Souls up in Heaven – May 2012
A Video. Music and Lyrics written and performed by Tom White. This is a view of abortion from the perspective of the aborted child. Not about the abortion itself, but the soul in Heaven – as the title says.
Just Like a Real War – March 2011
Parody of Bob Dylan classic “Just Like a Woman”. This song is entitled “Just Like a Real War” and is a commentary on the war President Obama has started with Libya.
The Lyrics were written by Tom White and all instruments and vocals were by Tom White as well. Recorded at WoodShop Studios.
If You Drink the Kool-Aid – October 10, 2010
Ok. A blogger with a keyboard is bad enough. But when you give him a video camera, a 1971 Les Paul Gold Top guitar, acoustic guitars, keyboards and a bass, the results are sure to blow a liberal’s mind.
Obama’s Mama – April, 2010
Parody of Sylvia’s Mother by Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show. Words written by Tom White of Virginia Right! Political Blog. All instruments and music performed and played by Tom White (Giutars, Bass, Keyboards and Vocals).