I met drummer Cory Healey while I was living on the couch at the IV Lab in 2008. He drummed on my solo gigs and I had always wanted to do a recording with him. He’s a jazz player with crazy chops and polyrhythms, and he hits hard like a rock drummer. Along with Bob, who had recently parted ways with Company of Thieves, we started jamming on a few of my new ideas.
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To err is human, so to trust is apparently a waste of time.
The Webster Hall men’s room as a physical manifestation of ethical self-consciousness (obsolete since the invention of the video camera).
Good advice comes in unexpected places.
During a recent bout of writer’s block, I was hustling to grab some coffee and get back to the piano when this caught my eye. It made me remember that I once had to wear the corporate noose every day… So I chilled the hell out, enjoyed my coffee, took a long route back, and ended up finishing the song. Thanks to whoever donated their tie to inadvertently help me finish a new tune.
We just finished 3 days at Stereophonic Studios in Chicago, in which we recorded 5 new tracks. This is the same studio where we recorded Pretty Pictures EP – a huge warehouse space on the north side. Being the end of January in Chicago, a small space heater proved to be the most important piece of gear in the place…
Once again Jon Alvin engineered the session, with Bob and myself accompanied by Cory Healey on drums.
America, fuck yeah.