I’m super proud to have recorded a good deal of, and to have sang and played bass on this great new record by my longtime friend Lenny Zenith.
Also happy that Billboard Magazine was smart enough to talk to Lenny about it!
Have a listen…
Scott Campbell laid down some drums for Lenny Zenith today at Seaside Lounge.
It’s a cover.
I tried out the new Warm Audio WA-47 as a mono room mic and so far… I’m impressed.
I was actually going to build one of these. But the WA47 uses mostly the same parts I was going to, plus, it’s done, with a warrantee, and cheaper by about 200 beans.
Cat added for scale.
Come sing into it (the mic, not the cat).
A finer, more hospitable bunch of beautiful freaks you’ll never find.
Last night’s show was a hoot in a holler and this afternoon’s should prove to be more of the same.
New bands, new friends, and the best fried softshell crab sandwich I’ve had in a long while.
Well, the cabling I ordered arrived a few days ago so I spent today un-cabling all the temporary stuff and re-cabling in the final configuration.
My body aches, the studio is a damned mess, but it’s (electronically) fully functional!
My old friend and bandmate Perry Serpa stopped by tonight. I helped him polish off a bottle of red and we discussed a new batch of songs for a project he’s looking to finish up. Good to catch up… Good things to come.
Not in my own in shop today. I’m at Ray Ketchem’s Magic Door working on mixing the new Lenny Zenith/tenterhooks record!!!
Here’s Ray at the helm… I’m just shouting “more bass” at him all day.
A while back I recorded and mixed “Live From Long Island City” for D.B. Rielly, an amazing songwriter who I am and honored to play bass for and proud to call my friend. I’m happy to say it’s getting some good press around the globe, and now you can buy it on CDBaby.com.