Pcad plays and sings. Just go to that link and hit the play icon. Recorded over about 5 hours at my pal's house in Florida over two days. I laid down the rhythm and lead guitars (and the guitar fills) and the singer from Az's band laid down the backup vocals. One take on the vocals for me, one or two on the guitar parts, we didn't want to go nuts, just for laughs. Could have overdubbed one or two sketchy vocal moments. There was a bass track on this, but that seems to come and go depending on what MP3/4 format you're in. First time I've ever been recorded really. I don't like the sound of my voice, but my pal says everybody feels that way. What's good about hearing your vocals played back @ you is I think it helps you understand how your voice works and what the sweet spot of your vocal range may or may not be. You work with what you have. At any rate, no American Idol auditions for me. I'd like to contribute to the vocals in a group playing situation, that would be fun. Recording is a whole other discipline, very educational to try and work out specific guitar solos over songs, play it clean, etc. I was able to do it for the one in the middle, at the end I just wing it, couldn't get anything organized in the 15 minutes or so I had to practice over the last few bars of the song that day. Ultimately I'd mix down the track and lower the lead vocals, boost the backup vocals and try to resurrect the nice bass line my pal put in there. He may eventually get around to doing that. Go easy on me boys. I suck at this sport. The degree to which I am clueless about this cannot be overstated, but I'm learning as I go. This weekend in FL was like Rock Fantasy Camp for me. It was great. We didn't do the C. Berry duckwalk group exercises however.