Glass Half Full
Here’s some good news for you, dear reader, you who’ve (aptly and hilariously) characterized recent postings as (for example) “a little ‘glass half empty-ish’ or as possessing an “underlying vibe of frustration.”
I’m going into the studio next week to demo my new songs.
Why the sudden action, you ask? Well, firstly, see below. Secondly, long story short, I’ve found my dream label and dream producer, and am endeavoring towards them both. (Ha ha — they’re both in L.A.!) Trampoline Records is Pete Yorn and Wallflower Rami Jaffe label — and they’re accepting submissions. And Aimee Mann guitarist/producer Michael Lockwood has graciously agreed (via email) to have a listen to my demos and consider producing. Consider. So I’m headed into Control One with Kevin Anthony to record these songs solo acoustic:
I’ll Be Waiting
Maybe I’m Wrong
Intent On St. Paul
Never Be The Same