The following songs are works in progress, bonus tunes, radio shows or just anything thats not on one of our albums yet. It's an insight into what we are currently doing at BMC Studios. Enjoy!

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The first composition written by Brad Ayers and Joe Falardeau. An epic journey back to the 70's progressive style of rock.  
A Sign
(Brad Ayers/Joe Falardeau)
     
A very well produced music video for a nice original tune witten by Mike Bartell recorded at Bogus Music Studios.  
I'm Sorry...Again
(Bartelli)
     
An unfinished song we've started that has a sad, meloncoly vibe to it.  
Curtains (No Vocal)
(Falardeau/Tambs/Ayers)
     
Thought I'd do a heavy cover of Barry Manilow's version of Mandy. Brad Ayers on guitars.  
Mandy
(Scott English/Richard Kerr)
     
Joe Falardeau's 3rd CD has been officially released after 8 1/2 years of song writing. Critically disregarded as one of the top 13 ways to waste 50 minutes of your life. Enjoy!  
Spoonfed
(Joe Falardeau)
     
17 years in the making! CI's 4th album has been released just in time for the 2008 Winter Solstice.  
CI4: Ingnoble Gas
(Joe Falardeau & Bruce Tambs)
     
This is a second version of "Sky High" with me on all vocals, keyboards and synths. My nephew Joe on bass and guitar, although I prefer Evan's version much more.  
Sky High
(JigSaw)
     
My nephews Joe and Evan once again came into the studio from Ohio and we did a cover version of JigSaw's classic "Sky High". This is the original version with Joe on bass and guitar, me on all keyboards and synths and an awesome vocal by Evan I might add. Move over Robert Goulet!  
Sky High
(JigSaw)
     
We've been working on a six song demo for a band called "My Last Breath" that include an amazing singer named Leo and drummer Mike Pecora.  
My Last Breath
(Leo, Mike Pecora and Guests)
     
Another project we've been working on is a song for an artist in the Rochester area, Joe Brucato. He wrote a great song called "Smile" for his upcoming album. The coolest thing about this project was that Tony Levin (John Lennon, King Crimson, Peter Gabriel, ect.) is playing bass on the song.  
Smile
(Joe Brucato)
     
Listen to Bruce Tambs 6th solo album entitled "Places". All instruments played by Bruce himself and the fresh ears of Brad Ayers tackled the chores of mixing and mastering.  
Places
(Bruce Tambs)
     
Well, Falardeau and Tambs are currently working on their much anticipated 4th Studio album together. After riding the wave of success of "2 Way TV", they thought it was time to give their listeners something other than bootlegs to latch onto. Here is the first recording from the yet to be titled LP. Bruce on all guitars, bass, drums, chorus piano and finale piano.  
Any Day Now
(Falardeau/Tambs)
     
At the request of Rob "Spewmeister", I tried to write a grunge song with lots of anger and angst. Didn't happen, but it is my first song with me on rhythm guitar and no keyboards. Jim Pfeiffer on bass and lead guitar.  

Destruct
(Joe Falardeau)

     
Two hours of my life gone forever.  
Leave It (Intro)
(Horn/Rabin/Squire)
     
This is a second version of December 1963 (Oh What A Night) with me on all vocals, keyboards and synths. My nephew Joe on bass and guitar.  
December 1963 (Oh What A Night)
(Bob Gaudio/Judy Parker)
     
My nephews Joe and Evan came into town from Ohio and we did a cover version of the Four Season's classic. This is the original version with both nephews on vocals and Joe on bass and guitar and myself on all keyboards and synths. I've never laughed so much while recording a song.  
December 1963 (Oh What A Night)
(Bob Gaudio/Judy Parker)
     
Mr. Bruce Tambs has just completed his 5th solo album entitled "Stop, Rock & Roll!" with the help of some of his friends. Give it a listen, Bruce plays all the instuments including drums.  
Stop, Rock & Roll!
(Bruce Tambs)
     

This song is about a young man I worked with for a short time, and became very close friends with. He was an excellent songwriter and musician and he was taken from us much too soon. This is my tribute to him.
Jim Pfeiffer - Guitars

 
The Gunslinger
(Joe Falardeau)
     

Vocal and piano version only

 
The Gunslinger
(Joe Falardeau)
   

A song about addiction.
Jim Pfeiffer - Guitars
Bruce Tambs - Bass

 
Punished
(Falardeau/Pfeiffer)
   

Vocal and piano version only

 
Punished
(Falardeau/Pfeiffer)
   

What to do with me...
Jim Pfeiffer - Guitars
Bruce Tambs - Bass

 
Keep Me Alive
(Joe Falardeau)
   

(March 9, 2005)
Jim Pfeiffer returns for a third recording session.

 
Under The Influence
(Jim Pfeiffer)
   

(February 21, 2005)
Jim Pfeiffer returns for a second recording session.

 
I95 South
(Jim Pfeiffer)
   
(February 8, 2005)
Jim Pfeiffer enters the studio to begin "The Jimmy Zone" project.
 
Goin' For the Jugular
(Jim Pfeiffer)
   
A tale similar to Damien Thorn's, a jackal spawn of the devil rises to political power to do the work of evil. Although, in this case our adversary rides the shirt-tail of a husband to gain one of the most powerful seats in our country, does no work at all, stands on the political fence of indecision, then waits for the latest poll results before forming an opinion. Hillary, like Damien, waits quietly in the shadows for the most opportune time to strike. "...for she knows her time is short."  
The Ballad of Hillary
(Falardeau/Tambs)
   
Got a new yamaha plug-in card for my sound card, a vocal harmonizer. Was playing around with it and ended up doing a partial version of "Because" by the Beatles. I played harpsichord for background.  
Because
(Lennon/McCartney)
 
Meet Little Brother is a song about the evils of crime and the inevitability that Big Brother will never catch them all. This is an awesome insight into the talents of Mr. Bruce Tambs on guitar. The song title has since changed to "Face Down" and can be found on the "2 Way TV" album here.  
Meet Little Brother
(Guitars Only)

(Falardeau/Tambs)
   
This is a parody commercial song I wrote for Raymour & Flanigan's furniture store. I created it for my brother-in-law who is an employee there. I would always tease him about them having a sale every day, always being overstocked, possibly infringing copyright laws in their commercials, having private sales for preferred customers (even if you've never purchased from them before), and giving you credit cards that even they don't accept.
 
Raymour & Flanigan's
(Falardeau)
   
In 2001, Bruce and I tried our hand at a cover tune for a Shure Microphone Musical Roots Contest. We picked The Beatles "Cry Baby Cry" because it had all the elements we were looking for. This is the demo I brought over to Bruce's house. I played piano, sequenced bass and accordian, drum loop and vocals.
 
Cry Baby Cry (Demo)
(Lennon/McCartney)
 
This is the version we submitted to Shure.com for the contest. We used the piano and bass, then Bruce added a real accordian, acoustic and electric guitar, and vocals. A different loop was added to give it a modern feel. The final version we were both pleased with is on the "2 Way TV" album here.
 
Cry Baby Cry
(Lennon/McCartney)
 
Bruce Tambs on Syracuse, NY radio station FM 88.3's New Age Morning May 7, 2000. BMC's first radio gig.
 
Snowstorm (Radio)
(Tambs)

Songs In Rough Mix Stages

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Your Breeze (Unfinished Rough Mix)
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Burgundy (Unfinished Rough Mix)
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Burgundy (Unfinished Vocal Track)
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Dinosaur Man (Vocal Chorus Track)
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Alone (Poe Version)
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Joke Songs, Covers & Parodys

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One Of My Turns (Pink Floyd cover intro)
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Imagine (Right Wing Parody)
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Cut That Sucker (South Park-ish Lyrics)
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