I’ve been involved in one kind of music or another all my life and played with a number of bands (including The Pleztones, Virtue Trap, the Pimpernels, and the Waccamaw Dreadnoughts). I write and record songs, and I play multiple instruments (guitar, ukulele, drums, bass, keyboards, and kazoo). On this page, I’ll provide some links where you can purchase my original music along with some links to videos, sound files, and articles. Songs below are Scott Pleasant originals unless otherwise noted.
LINKS TO PURCHASE ORIGINAL SCOTT PLEASANT MUSIC
- Now You Know What It Feels Like (2012 rock/pop CD by the Pleztones, available at Amazon, I-Tunes, and CDBaby)
PREVIEWS OF FUTURE PROJECTS
Lie to Me
Dark New Mexico Blue
CCU FIGHT SONG
Joe Oestreich and I recently wrote new words for the Coastal Carolina University fight song. Yep.
- We’re the Chanticleers (YouTube video of a recording of the song)
- We’re the Chanticleers (PDF document of the words)
- Article in CCU’s Athaneum newsletter about the writing of the song
- Review in CCU student newspaper
- My YouTube Channel (which has numerous ukulele and other videos)
- Article about one of my ukulele presentations
- Girl Next Door (Bonus non-album version for mega-fans!)
- Money on Top (by Dan Ennis)
- Sundown (Gordon Lightfoot cover)
- Come Dancing/Take on Me (Kinks/A-Ha cover)
- 2010 article about Virtue Trap
- ’80s Medley
THE WACCAMAW DREADNOUGHTS
- Cincinnati Skyline (YouTube version, song written by Joe Oestreich)
- Our Beautiful Sun
WRITE IT LIKE DISASTER
This is a free Bandcamp compilation produced by the Southeastern Writing Center Association with 33 songs written and performed by writing center professionals. One of them (“Love Conquers Nothing”) is mine.
- Shoot to Thrill (won a Gibson SG guitar)
- Rock and Roll Train (won an album signed by the whole band)
One of my other weaknesses is the Doobie Brothers.
I won a set of headphones for this video of “Listen to the Music.”
And of course I’m a ukulele nut. I didn’t win anything for these, but I had fun making them:
- Uke Up the Pieces (ukulele version of “Pick Up the Pieces” by the Average White Band)
- Uke House (ukulele version of “Brick House” by the Commodores)
- Why Should It Not Be True?