Ok. That’s a stretch. I totally have a kitchen sink.
This week has been chock-full of different stuff.
The upcoming Francesca Battistelli Christmas record is in the can…well…the stocking, so to speak, all but the parts order. There will be a Mastered for iTunes version available, if you’re an iThing haver. Also CDs at stores, like our forefathers bought music for their CD boom boxes when they walked up hill both ways in the snow. At Christmas. See how that happened? It was an accident.
Also this week, an album for Jeff Sparkman at Trinity Church, a bit of a rocker with some acoustic niceties mixed in. Tuesday was an EP for Matt Boswell, brought by long time regular producer and engineer Jordan Critz. An album by artist Jennifer Shaw, from producer and engineer Paul Marino. A couple of songs for Don Chaffer and his wife’s band Waterdeep (awesome cover tune, by the way) one club bumper for DJ Maj, a punk rock tune from Stages and Stereos for my buddy Lee Dyess at Earthsound Recording…that song will have its own post. It’s interesting, and I want to make sure I’m not blowing anything by talking about it before they do.
Now, it’s back to finishing the Trinity Church recall mixes and getting into Lisa-Marie Fisher’s album. She’s German, doing a pop thing with a little country feel. A little work from my family’s homeland. Isn’t that fun?
Seriously. If you’ve read this far, you must be bored or avoiding something. Maybe, if you’re not doing anything, mosey over to my facebook page and give it a Like. You’ve obviously got a minute to kill on Friday afternoon.
Have a great weekend, and send me some tunes!