trusted theirs and ours on the way to their 2nd The Instinct recorded LP. Donald Freyleue finished up a long awaited 2-song single. Bang-A-Song continued to drive his 2 Roads East. Nate Weaver and Brittany Betts got their Jon Butcher session in. Bang-A-Saturday recorded some more. Telamor laid down the glam. Heavy Denims committed more musical poetry to tape. Lisa Manning had their prayers answered. PRAY for MOJO left the Miller Road Band back home in Ohio to record some solo songs. Geoff Small made music for his Daniel Dye . Electric Ears swung back in. The A Train Orchestra mixed an absolute smash. The Absolute Gentleman sequenced his big 10″. Willie Loco Alexander squeezed out all the juice from a long weekend session. Hot Lemon cut one and done in a fortnight. Chelsea Berry ensembles brought the clarinets and cellos to record their original songs. The Rockport Middle School Chamber Music
‘s own Bang-A-Song released a new record: Warren Babson . We might be biased but WE LOVE IT! Wren Sound . Pick it up via iTunes here
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Satch Kerans is mixing another great collection of songs. Telamor is already at work on LP3. Mary Lou Lord is this close to finishing her next record. Kenny Chambers and the Electric Ears have finished their debut LP and sent it out for mastering. Pocket Tanya is keeping it unreal. Renee and Joe are warming our hearts out. The A-Train Orchestra are getting there fast. Susan Waller transferred tapes taped at the legendary Cameron’s. Pray for Mojo had their prayers answered. Mike Francis of Soul Rebel Project did some extracurricular overdubs for Mr. Babson. Scout did tracks on his own. Alien Psychology featuring Scout are working on tracks together. Jason Carpenter worked on his mixing skills. Chelsea Berry is recording her “living room” record. Megan McKenzie is making SAFETY happen. Jon Butcher is teaching us a thing or two about tone!
And then, right in the cracks between “
In The Studio: July 2014” and “ In The Studio: Aug/Sep/Oct 2014“, came this guy: Linwood “Woody” Becker Goddess. We’re happy to have him!
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Kenny Chambers and the Electric Ears are mixing their monster jams. Telamor are making a more music. The Cape Ann Museum is recording voice overs in preparation for their August reopening. Jon Butcher is making his Stratocaster scream.
Tom Hauck and Telamor are wrapping up LP 2. Jon Butcher is overdubbing on masters and demos. Mary Lou Lord is kicking her Kickstarter album. Kenny Chambers and the Electric Ears are rocking and popping throughout their first record together. Ken Steiner is recording upright for Robert Allen down in FLA. Renee & Joe are growing another album. Satch Kerans is wrapping up another batch of hits.
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The Electric Ears should use earplugs they are jamming so loud! The Daniel Dye and the Miller Road Band record is getting mixed in the box. Sister Kathy’s 20-song-80-minute opus got the kids vocal treatment and has moved on to mix. Paul Catania continues to record Pocket Tanya. Tom Hauck is laying down rekkid #3. Meg Griffin brought Willie Nile in for another Sirius/XM session. Anna Rae is mixing her new record on the board. Dan King just did some analog processing on his KBMG mixes. Lisa Manning is laying down more song poems. Rob Garfield continues to mine his profession for music. The Lindsey Buckingham Appreciation Society and Marina Evans used Studio B for fine tuning.
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Tagged anna rae, Dan King, daniel dye and the miller road band, electric ears, in the studio, kmbg, lisa manning, marina evans, meg griffin, paul catanya, rob garfield, sister kathy, the lindsey buckingham appreciation society, tlbas, Tom Hauck, willie nile