By Chris Moore:
Where once it was “a session-a-day,” it’s become more like “a session-a-month” for me.
I’m back today with another installment in my 2010 Project acoustic music video series. Today’s selection is one of the most recently written songs, “You Will Thank Me.” It’s an escapist song, one written from the point of view of someone who’s getting out of town, leaving it all behind. I sing “I’m sellin’ out, son,” but I think it’s less of a cop-out or giving up than it is of literally selling out — cashing in and walking away from a table that’s lost any possibility for good fortune.
I love singing and playing this one — it’s probably one of the simplest I wrote for this album — although I did have some trouble playing it, so I recruited Nicole to come sit on the couch and act as audience so that I felt some pressure, like there was something on the line in this performance.
Speaking of performance, I’ve been feeling the itch to play live recently. I’ll go on record here saying that I would be very disappointed if I didn’t play at least one show before December 31 comes and goes. I’ve been playing acoustic and electric, and even practicing bass, so that I’ll be ready to fit in wherever and however the gig calls for.
Have a happy “Hump Day” and hurry back for more soon. (Really: who ever thought of that nickname for Wednesday??)
See you next session!