There are certain classic recordings that seem to have a special “something” about them. Was the musicians? The studio gear? Or maybe it was the studio itself? The questions remain unanswered even as the market for classic studio equipment remains … Read More
Jim Ray starts with a discussion of Twitter’s new music app but ends up mostly Twitter itself. I think he’s on to something and that’s why I got started with App.net.
I recently built a Build Your Own Clone Envelope Filter & Fixed Wah pedal. Here’s a quickie recording using that pedal on the lead guitar. Two For The Funky Shuffle by Tommasz on SoundCloud.
Blue Note Records has a nifty timeline of their jazz album covers from 1939 to the present. If you’re interested jazz or visual design, this is a real treasure trove.
It’s been a long time since I’ve recorded something for the holidays, I hope you enjoy. It’s me on guitar with accompaniment by Band In A Box. Please let me know if this doesn’t play for you. Merry Christmas! Rudolph … Read More
You owe it to yourself to listen to Alabama Shakes, my favorite new band. A must-see experience live, too. Here’s a link to some of their videos on YouTube. Go now.
I asked this before, but if you have any information regarding the murder of “Unkle” Roger McCall please contact Officer Renee Nicholls, coordinator of the Rochester Police Department’s Major Crimes Unit at (585) 428-1329. Unkle Roger was the best supporter … Read More
If you’ve never seen him live you might disagree, but Bruce Springsteen is the greatest. There, I said it. No other qualifier.