|Not that anyone cares:
Bruce Argyle does all the parts for these songs: vocals, harmony, bass,
rhythm, lead guitar, and percussion. He records the tracks in his basement
studio and acts as his own sound engineer for the mix.
Bruce works on a song until
he gets bored, which doesn't take long. Then he calls the tune
"done" even if it's still a little raw. So don't expect perfect
Bruce started his music career as a finger-picking singer-guitarist, doing mostly folk rock and ballads.
After not becoming a star, he switched to bass guitar and harmony vocals
-- and earned enough to pay for college, medical school, a wedding and a first kid.
Then Bruce became a
respectable citizen with a job. So the Gibson Ripper bass guitar sat in the closet for 40 years
Now, although the
voice is shot and the fingers are clumsy, the old "rock star" is
back on stage.