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Help me name my album!

Discussion in 'After Hours Lounge (Off Topic)' started by Chris Knox, Jan 21, 2005.

  1. Chris Knox

    Chris Knox Well-Known Member

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    Too many times I get inquiries from people about what kind of music do/can I play. Whether I am about to audition for a band who needs a guitarist and they want to hear a small sample of my catalog, or someone at work or various other places that just found out that I play and want to hear me (it isn't practical to lug a guitar and amp to work--and I can find no entry in the employee handbook that states it's acceptable) do a song or two, I invariably find myself wanting a high grade sample of my work to just put in their hands and save me all kinds of headaches. So I decided I'm making a cover album.

    I already have a few of the tracks recorded and I am working on mixing & mastering those while I record the rest. I have this idea that I will go all out (I do this way too much) and create a CD insert in Photoshop with graphic and song list, etc. I want it to look as professional as possible.

    All I need is a title for the album.

    Here are the tracks (In order):

    Lenny - SRV
    Midnight Express - Nuno Bettencourt
    Sweet Home Alabama - Lynyrd Skynyrd
    Little Wing - Jimi Hendrix
    La Grange - ZZ Top
    Mary Had A Little Lamb - SRV
    Statesboro Blues - Alman Brothers
    Back in Black - AC/DC
    Panama - Van Halen
    Unchained - Van Halen
    Voodoo Chile - Jimi Hendrix
    Machine Gun - Band of Gypsys


    The only acceptable title I have been able to come up with so far is:

    Everyone's Shit But Mine

    Any other suggestions?
     
  2. george kaplan

    george kaplan Well-Known Member

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    I always thought that the best name for a debut album would be (using you as an example):

    Chris Knox's Greatest Hits, Volume 2 [​IMG]
     
  3. Dheiner

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    Chris, I really like the title you came up with. Although somewhat profane, it's the most original compilation album I've ever heard of.
     
  5. Jamie Goff

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    Odds n' Sods
     
  6. Thi Them

    Thi Them Well-Known Member

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    Knoxing on Wood

    ~T
     
  7. Garrett Lundy

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    "Don't play this album on Bose speakers."
     
  8. Rob Gardiner

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    Unreleased Bonus Tracks
     
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    "Famous by Association"
    or
    "Chris Knox: The Vicarious Guitar Hero"
     
  11. Bob McLaughlin

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    "A Man Named Knox"
     
  12. Philip_T

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    Forte' Knox
    or
    Knox's Forte'
     
  13. RichP

    RichP Well-Known Member

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    What about

    Lessons From The School of Hard Knox


    Do you have anything online we can listen to?
     
  14. John Alvarez

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    "The best shit you'll ever hear"...[​IMG]
    Don't knox it till you hear it...
     
  15. Jeffrey Noel

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    "Knox on wood"

    or

    "Writer's Block"
     
  16. Prentice Cotham

    Prentice Cotham Well-Known Member

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    Knox Mine
    Knox My Songs
     
  17. GARY C

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    Songs from the dead, done and declining [​IMG]

    I do like the tunes BTW, just having fun at their expense.
     
  18. Michael Caicedo

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    I'm just impressed you can play SRV - and willing to put it on a cd. How about "Knox, Out of the box".
     
  19. Marvin

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    Hot Knox (and fazed cookies)
     
  20. Jeff Ulmer

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    Knox Rox
     

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