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Saturday, November 19, 2005

The Evening of the Day, After Day Two

Well we set out to record the bass and drums and some piano on four songs and we accomplished it. The two days in the studio were pretty long but we didn’t mind since it has been such a long time since the last recording. Mark and Todd (our producer and engineer) did a great job at getting some incredible sounds from us. I’ve never heard my bass sound so good! Thanks guys! And the songs we recorded sound even better than we imagined so we’re all quite excited about them now. I can’t wait till we can have them on a disc and ready to go for all of you to hear!

So after a photo shoot on Tuesday, pre production on Wednesday, recording on Thursday and Friday, and meeting with our new internet marketing company today we finally have a bit of time to ourselves again this week. I’m back in Canada, Jeremy and his new bride are taking a short holiday, Jason is finishing off moving into his house and Marc . . . well, I’m not really sure what he does. I guess he’ll be writing more hit songs for everyone to enjoy.

We’ll have a few more pics from the studio up here tomorrow. So until then . . .

GL

4 Comments:

Anonymous Mark said...

Hey guys,

I'm not sure I really ever got to thank the band, but I was fortunate enough to sit in and listen during some of the recording sessions for SMFS at Darkhorse Studios back in January 2003.

The first morning I walked into the studio, Riche Biggs was sitting at the console playing back some 'Starspin' which the band had been tracking the day before. I thought to myself at that moment, "Wow! Does that ever sound catchy ... I can't wait to hear what the third album will sound like, let alone the second!"

Here it is almost 3 years later and it's finally happening! Keep up the great work, I'm certain this album will not disapoint!

10:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Happy Birthday Marc, and good luck writing/thinking of words for new songs...

Hey just to let everyone know the new song "Surrender" is AWESOME!! I was able to hear it at a concert they did in the end of October, so look forward to hearing it on the new CD, I know I am.

Have a fun vacation guys, I myself am back out in Michigan hanging with my bro and sister in law and little Caleb and then comming home for Thanksgiving..

O, and Jeremy, the Wild beat Nashville last night baby!! HA!

Peace guys and God Bless...

-Ciccone

8:38 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice pics. :) And can you guys give us a sample of Surrender sometime onhere? Some of us haven't heard it yet and we are going stir crazy waiting

-Shawn

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