Greg’s Music: At This Moment
Greg’s Music: Dile
Dile.mp3One of the more “produced” tracks of Greg’s that we have found. We hope it inspires you to dance…
Greg’s Music: Question
Question by Greg Feldman
Greg sent this song to a friend with the following note: “another project from the Greg Feldman studio, in the sensitive acoustic white boy genre you seem to endorse.”
Greg’s Music: Proud Mary
Proud_Mary.mp3Greg rolls on the river… backing vocals are all Goyo.
From A Friend: Noam Weinstein
Although I did not share Stacy’s good fortune of having Greg as a close friend during college, I was very lucky through her, Gian, and others to cross paths with him at various points over the years, and one of the things that always struck me was how incredibly generous and supportive he was of other artists. In looking over the too-few emails we exchanged, I am ashamed to report that a good 75% of them consist of Greg expressing interest in and enthusiasm for my own musical efforts. Continue reading
Greg’s Music: Better On Me
Better_on_Me.mp3Greg wrote this one in college – the lyrics are wonderfully humorous and vindictive…
Greg’s Music / From A Friend: Michael Levinson
Hi – I’m the husband of Amanda Muñoz, an HMS classmate of Greg’s and a friend both in Boston and in Palo Alto. A fellow amateur musician, I recorded with Greg a couple of times over the years. A lot of people have posted songs by Greg, and I thought I’d add my own – one that I don’t think a lot of people have heard, and one that I think captures the more poignant side of Greg’s musical expression.
Greg’s Music: A Tribute To Dr. Ralph Greco, Director, General Surgery Residency Program at Stanford
We continue to find piles of media that Greg created. Not only did he write and sing songs, but for Dr. Greco he put together this video slideshow.
Greg’s Music: Secret Remix with Mieka Pauley
Secret_Remix_(Mieka_and_Greg).mp3In this track, Greg accompanies singer/songwriter Mieka Pauley with electric guitar on her song “Secret.” Greg and Mieka collaborated regularly on musical performances starting at Harvard College’s Dunster House during their undergraduate days and continuing through the mid 2000s while they both lived in Boston.